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'70 or 80 people running': Eyewitness gives account of police incident at Metrotown (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

'70 or 80 people running': Eyewitness gives account of police incident at Metrotown (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

There are unconfirmed reports of shots being fired and also "reports of a pipe bomb."
Ocean heat waves could wipe out half of Pacific salmon catch by 2050

Ocean heat waves could wipe out half of Pacific salmon catch by 2050

77 per cent of the fish and seafood harvested around the world is expected to decrease in the coming decades, including a precipitous drop in sockeye salmon. Could tuna be a bright spot?
The Weather Network releases October forecast for B.C.

The Weather Network releases October forecast for B.C.

Looks like things might be a tad chilly 🥶
In streaming series Maid, you'll recognize locations from all over Greater Victoria

In streaming series Maid, you'll recognize locations from all over Greater Victoria

The story is based on Stephanie Land's New York Times best-seller, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive.
You can get slapped with a $121 fine for not having winter tires on most B.C. highways

You can get slapped with a $121 fine for not having winter tires on most B.C. highways

Winter tires are required on most routes in B.C. starting Oct. 1.
TransLink slashes fares for HandyDART users

TransLink slashes fares for HandyDART users

Users can also do contactless payment
Reconciliation initiative aims to make up for 'rent-free' living

Reconciliation initiative aims to make up for 'rent-free' living

The initiative is starting with a pilot project in Greater Victoria.
Crowds gather at Vancouver Art Gallery to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (VIDEO)

Crowds gather at Vancouver Art Gallery to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (VIDEO)

Hundreds showed up to commemorate the occasion.
B.C. court denies restaurateurs' lawsuit over Stanley Park bike lane

B.C. court denies restaurateurs' lawsuit over Stanley Park bike lane

Owners of the Teahouse, Stanley Park Pavilion and Prospect Point Bar and Grill took the Vancouver Park Board to court over its decision to convert a Stanley Park roadway into a bike lane
Treat Truth and Reconciliation Day as Remembrance Day

Treat Truth and Reconciliation Day as Remembrance Day

'In today's world, future generations of Indigenous children are finally starting to relearn their lost language, and they take part in their culture.'
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