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The internet just found this Vancouver wheelchair user's stolen bicycle (PHOTOS)

The internet just found this Vancouver wheelchair user's stolen bicycle (PHOTOS)

And it only took 17 minutes!
Five men use turbans to rescue stranger dangerously stuck beside B.C. waterfall

Five men use turbans to rescue stranger dangerously stuck beside B.C. waterfall

Five international students turned their turbans and clothing into a makeshift rescue rope to save a stranger.
Former Richmond teacher's licence suspended after privately messaging students, taking photos and videos

Former Richmond teacher's licence suspended after privately messaging students, taking photos and videos

Photos and videos were taken of female students without consent
LifeLabs workers issue 72-hour strike notice, fair wage increases 'an outstanding issue'

LifeLabs workers issue 72-hour strike notice, fair wage increases 'an outstanding issue'

Unionized workers have issued a 72-hour strike notice over 'unfair' pay.
$50K/year dishwashing job illustrates desperation in restaurant industry

$50K/year dishwashing job illustrates desperation in restaurant industry

A recent job posting titled 'Effects of labour shortage, $50K per annum to wash dishes' has gone viral on social media.
Absolutely massive salmon caught in B.C.

Absolutely massive salmon caught in B.C.

Holy moly those are some big fish
Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs demand banks divest from gas pipeline

Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs demand banks divest from gas pipeline

Letter serves as a 'formal notice' the pipeline project doesn’t have the consent of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.
Health authority seeks injunction to shut down B.C. restaurant not complying with vaccine card mandate

Health authority seeks injunction to shut down B.C. restaurant not complying with vaccine card mandate

"We're disappointed to be at this stage," said B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix.
Despite some capacity and movement restrictions lifting at B.C. venues soon, dancing still off the table

Despite some capacity and movement restrictions lifting at B.C. venues soon, dancing still off the table

When can we hit the dance floor and get footloose and boogie again in B.C.?
Dual Jericho Lands designs could bring up to 18,000 new residents to Point Grey (PHOTOS)

Dual Jericho Lands designs could bring up to 18,000 new residents to Point Grey (PHOTOS)

Which do you like better, the weave or the eagle?