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Crime Stoppers releases Canada's 'most wanted' mugshots

Crime Stoppers releases Canada's 'most wanted' mugshots

Anyone who provides information could be eligible for a reward of up to $2000 upon arrest and charge.
Four Vancouver plazas approved for pilot project allowing outdoor drinking

Four Vancouver plazas approved for pilot project allowing outdoor drinking

VANCOUVER — Residents will soon have four new outdoor locations in Vancouver to enjoy a beer or glass of wine. Vancouver council has approved a pilot project allowing alcohol consumption in four city plazas.
Sizzling temperatures, high humidity, prompt heat warnings across West

Sizzling temperatures, high humidity, prompt heat warnings across West

VANCOUVER — Residents across much of southern Alberta, central and southeast Saskatchewan and British Columbia's southern Interior are sweltering through a hot spell.
Mariam Nasrri is taking a stand as a voice for the voiceless through her creativity and courage

Mariam Nasrri is taking a stand as a voice for the voiceless through her creativity and courage

Mariam Nasrri is the 2020 Courage to Come Back award recipient in the Medical category.
Grenade discovered in Burnaby highrise during drug bust

Grenade discovered in Burnaby highrise during drug bust

Police arrested two people when the search warrants were executed.
Homicide investigation after human remains found in vehicle in Burnaby, B.C.

Homicide investigation after human remains found in vehicle in Burnaby, B.C.

BURNABY, B.C. — Homicide detectives are investigating the discovery of a body in a vehicle in Burnaby, B.C.

Three people compete in B.C. Green Party leadership race

VICTORIA — Three candidates have been officially approved to run for leadership of the British Columbia Green Party, as they look to replace former leader Andrew Weaver. Sonia Furstenau already has a seat in the B.C.

B.C.'s COVID infections jump by 41 with more cases at packing plant, Haida Gwaii

VANCOUVER — There are more COVID-19 infections from outbreaks at a British Columbia berry packing plant and on Haida Gwaii, contributing to the provincial total of 41 new cases announced Wednesday.
Flu vaccine orders up in B.C. amid COVID fears

Flu vaccine orders up in B.C. amid COVID fears

What happens when our winter flu season meets the COVID-19 pandemic?
LifeLabs, privacy commissioners at odds over release of data breach report

LifeLabs, privacy commissioners at odds over release of data breach report

LifeLabs was hit last year by a ransomware attack affecting millions of Canadians