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Vancouver Aquarium closes programming amid 'financially challenging' time

Vancouver Aquarium closes programming amid 'financially challenging' time

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Aquarium is closing to the public, putting its programming on pause while it attempts to recover from the financial devastation of COVID-19.
You can escape reality for this chic chalet just 25 minutes from Whistler!

You can escape reality for this chic chalet just 25 minutes from Whistler!

The 2020 PNE Prize Home — a 3,188 square-foot modern masterpiece in Sunstone Pemberton — could be yours!
Winds fan flames of B.C. wildfire as crews race to battle the blaze

Winds fan flames of B.C. wildfire as crews race to battle the blaze

CANAL FLATS, B.C. — Wind gusts fanned the flames of a wildfire near a village at the southern end of Columbia Lake in British Columbia late Saturday, increasing the size of the blaze by about four square kilometres.
19 members of Squamish Nation test positive for COVID-19

19 members of Squamish Nation test positive for COVID-19

"I know that it is scary, but we will get through this," says Squamish Nation co-chair
Baby Jessica: Infant abandoned in B.C. ditch grows up and tracks down her parents

Baby Jessica: Infant abandoned in B.C. ditch grows up and tracks down her parents

On April 14, 1986, a shivering infant, her umbilical cord still attached, was found in a bag in a ditch on Triangle Mountain

Vehicle catches fire after late Saturday collision in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say they are investigating a Saturday night collision in Surrey, B.C. They say the force of the collision caused one vehicle to catch fire.

Abbotsford police investigate late Saturday shooting at residential driveway

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police are investigating after shots were fired late Saturday in a residential driveway in Abbotsford, B.C. Abbotsford police say they spoke to a 22-year-old man and his girlfriend who were in their vehicle in the driveway.
B.C. pharmacist fined $25K for buying stolen meds

B.C. pharmacist fined $25K for buying stolen meds

The Salmon Arm pharmacist has also been banned from the profession for a year, and must take an ethics course and exam.
Beware of this cannabis company with a Metro Vancouver address, says BBB

Beware of this cannabis company with a Metro Vancouver address, says BBB

Consumers allege that they made purchases of cannabis and cannabis products through the company's website and either received something they did not order or nothing at all.
Former B.C. cab driver accused of indecent act gets one year of probation, avoids criminal record

Former B.C. cab driver accused of indecent act gets one year of probation, avoids criminal record

Gagandeep Singh Sidhu was arrested in May 2019 and charged with sexual assault, but plead guilty to the lesser charge of committing an indecent act in a public place