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EDITORIAL: Canada not immune from what happened at U.S. Capitol

EDITORIAL: Canada not immune from what happened at U.S. Capitol

Like so many, we watched the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol in horror – but not exactly shock. We say this because the online radicalization of the mob that perpetrated it has been going on in plain sight for a long time.
North Van District approves 481 units in two major developments

North Van District approves 481 units in two major developments

'We’re catching up on decades and decades of disinvestment in rental housing.'
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. keep falling, as new vaccinations slow down

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. keep falling, as new vaccinations slow down

Only 2,392 new vaccinations have been provided in the past two days, according to the government
Cap Care Centre outbreak one of the worst in B.C.

Cap Care Centre outbreak one of the worst in B.C.

142 people - including staff and residents - at the West Van care home contracted the virus; 26 residents died
Here's why someone erected a giant mastodon sculpture on a B.C. island

Here's why someone erected a giant mastodon sculpture on a B.C. island

And why the artist doesn't want you to know where it is hidden.
Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Special report: Restaurants, hotels, destinations and other ventures suffer severe business losses
British Columbians can now book Service BC appointments online

British Columbians can now book Service BC appointments online

Through Service BC, people can access programs and services offered by the B.C. government
UPDATED: 'Suspicious package' forced closure of Waterfront Station Tuesday morning

UPDATED: 'Suspicious package' forced closure of Waterfront Station Tuesday morning

The station has reopened and SeaBus service has been restored.
Novice backcountry users a concern this winter

Novice backcountry users a concern this winter

Avalanche Canada, BC Search and Rescue and WorkSafeBC issue warning to inexperienced recreationalists
Bobcat spotted chilling on shed roof in North Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Bobcat spotted chilling on shed roof in North Vancouver (PHOTOS)

A hobby photographer has shared stunning photos of a bobcat sitting on his backyard shed roof in Lower West Lynn.