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Ikea just dropped a sweet new plant-based treat at Canadian stores

Ikea just dropped a sweet new plant-based treat at Canadian stores

The Swedish furniture giant just released a sweet new menu item that customers have been clamouring for.
You can view the largest bald eagle gathering in the world in B.C.

You can view the largest bald eagle gathering in the world in B.C.

Over 35,000 eagles pass through the lower Fraser Valley annually.
'Disturbing' sign about dog poop threatens neglectful owners in Kitsilano (PHOTO)

'Disturbing' sign about dog poop threatens neglectful owners in Kitsilano (PHOTO)

The public declaration threatening certain dog owners with bodily harm was placed right next to a large pile of poop
Vancouver to receive $51.5 million to fight homelessness

Vancouver to receive $51.5 million to fight homelessness

Mayor Kennedy Stewart: ‘I’m happy this morning.’
Put these 5 new Vancouver food trucks on your radar for must-try eats

Put these 5 new Vancouver food trucks on your radar for must-try eats

On your marks, get set, go eat!
BCCDC identifies 3 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC identifies 3 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

Any travellers returning to B.C. are encouraged to check the public health agency's website for updates about flights identified for the risk of exposure.
Registered sex offender back behind bars after two Vancouver women groped in broad daylight

Registered sex offender back behind bars after two Vancouver women groped in broad daylight

32-year-old Daniel Ghoukassian was convicted for violent sexual attacks on strangers six years ago, police are calling the recent pair of assaults 'disturbing'
'Native Girl' costume pulled from shelves at store north of Vancouver

'Native Girl' costume pulled from shelves at store north of Vancouver

“This is cultural appropriation,” decried a local.
Beloved Burnaby pancake house closes doors amid skyrocketing rents

Beloved Burnaby pancake house closes doors amid skyrocketing rents

Some un-waffle news for Burnaby breakfast fans to wake up to...
Metro Vancouver's biggest free holiday lights display goes dark this year due to COVID-19

Metro Vancouver's biggest free holiday lights display goes dark this year due to COVID-19

Coquitlam’s popular Lights at Lafarge has been shut down this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.