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'Traumatized' Port Coquitlam residents mourn young bear hit by a car

'Traumatized' Port Coquitlam residents mourn young bear hit by a car

Bears are frequent visitors to the north side of Port Coquitlam and one young bear was accidentally hit by a car, resulting in an outpouring of grief on social media
These two B.C. towns were named among the best in Canada

These two B.C. towns were named among the best in Canada

What's your favourite town in B.C.?
Local artist drops an Imperial Star Destroyer above Vancouver (PHOTO)

Local artist drops an Imperial Star Destroyer above Vancouver (PHOTO)

That's no moon! (Except for the moon in the background)
B.C. Girl Guides resume in-person cookie sales (VIDEO)

B.C. Girl Guides resume in-person cookie sales (VIDEO)

Are you team chocolatey mint or classic vanilla and chocolate?
Windsurfer gets whale-y close to an orca (VIDEO)

Windsurfer gets whale-y close to an orca (VIDEO)

There are at least 3 in the pod
Without a trace: It's been 20 years since Jesokah Adkens, 17, vanished

Without a trace: It's been 20 years since Jesokah Adkens, 17, vanished

Investigators have pursued hundreds of leads over the years.
Demo will see carbon stored under ocean floor off Vancouver Island

Demo will see carbon stored under ocean floor off Vancouver Island

The science of turning CO2 into rock is already being used in Iceland.
The Da Vinci Experience extends ticket sales to 2022

The Da Vinci Experience extends ticket sales to 2022

In response to the ongoing high demand for tickets, the Da Vinci Experience has decided to remain staged at Tsawwassen Mills until Jan. 10 2022.
Massive anti-vaccine card billboard in Port Coquitlam turns heads before swiftly removed

Massive anti-vaccine card billboard in Port Coquitlam turns heads before swiftly removed

B.C.'s vaccine card is requiring double-vaccination against COVID-19 for "discretionary" events on Oct. 24, much to the dislike of several groups and movements.
"Unbelievable” prices detour industrial users from Vancouver

"Unbelievable” prices detour industrial users from Vancouver

Industrial land prices and lease rates soar as vacancy rate falls to a record low of 0.5 per cent in what one expert calls “a deepening crisis”