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B.C. gamblers still backing Trump to win U.S. election

B.C. gamblers still backing Trump to win U.S. election

B.C. was the first province in Canada to offer novelty betting on the U.S. election back in 2014. Now players are wagering on a Trump second term.
Vancouver's Downtown Eastside pop-up wants your old clothes for a good cause

Vancouver's Downtown Eastside pop-up wants your old clothes for a good cause

Do you have clothes, accessories, or blankets that you don't use anymore?
Ship of BC Ferries passengers stranded for hours Tuesday

Ship of BC Ferries passengers stranded for hours Tuesday

The stalled Queen of Alberni docking is due to a 'mechanical issue' within the vessel's gear box, says BC Ferries spokesperson
The Canucks have an under-the-radar option for a top-six winger: Adam Gaudette

The Canucks have an under-the-radar option for a top-six winger: Adam Gaudette

The Canucks' missing top-six winger might be their third-line centre.
Canucks launch charity 50/50 raffle with $1M jackpot in the works

Canucks launch charity 50/50 raffle with $1M jackpot in the works

The winner is guaranteed at least $500,000 in winnings – but organizers say $1 million is more likely, and the Canucks Autism Network will win big, too.
B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency again

B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency again

B.C. is already in the longest state of emergency in provincial history.
Vancouver veterans mourn cancellation of in-person Remembrance Day ceremonies

Vancouver veterans mourn cancellation of in-person Remembrance Day ceremonies

Poppy fundraising expected to come up short but 'the real tragedy' is not being able to gather with veterans for Remembrance Day due to COVID-19
B.C. confirms 217 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 13,588

B.C. confirms 217 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 13,588

5,101 people are under active public health monitoring as a result of identified exposure to known cases.
For two days, a random woman in East Vancouver was forwarded calls for Whistler RCMP

For two days, a random woman in East Vancouver was forwarded calls for Whistler RCMP

Phone line mix-up ‘very unique and unusual situation,’ says detachment head 
'100% worth it': Man says he was yelled at for removing white supremacy flyer at SkyTrain

'100% worth it': Man says he was yelled at for removing white supremacy flyer at SkyTrain

He says was yelled at by a white supremacist while he was taking down a flyer that read, "BC is now the most antiwhite place on Earth."