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Metro Vancouver was record-breakingly cold this weekend

Metro Vancouver was record-breakingly cold this weekend

Vancouver International Airport faced the coldest Oct. 25th it's had 101 years
Vancouver's 'Juneteenth' march organizer crowned Miss Universe Canada (VIDEO)

Vancouver's 'Juneteenth' march organizer crowned Miss Universe Canada (VIDEO)

"Know that hate is taught; therefore we can unlearn it. So let’s do that! Let’s get back to our truest essence, which is love."
One of Vancouver's top brunch-only spots now turns into a wine bar at night

One of Vancouver's top brunch-only spots now turns into a wine bar at night

Known for offering a daily brunch people line up for, this popular downtown spot is now opening its doors After Dark
Man behind controversial J.K. Rowling billboard arrested at Vancouver protest – but not for protesting

Man behind controversial J.K. Rowling billboard arrested at Vancouver protest – but not for protesting

He says he was downtown 'to have conversations' with people and protesters
Goodbye, sun: Vancouver forecast calls for a chance of rain every day this week

Goodbye, sun: Vancouver forecast calls for a chance of rain every day this week

Keep your umbrella handy. ☔️
Elias Pettersson proves he can do everything — including play goalie (VIDEO)

Elias Pettersson proves he can do everything — including play goalie (VIDEO)

Pettersson's list of talents keeps expanding, from juggling while on a unicycle to being an Instagram model.
Kickass, nice: After two years, one of Vancouver's OG food trucks is gearing up to roll again

Kickass, nice: After two years, one of Vancouver's OG food trucks is gearing up to roll again

Known for its bold pan-Asian eats served with a side of sass, the popular kitchen on wheels is revving up for a relaunch.
'Unsafe icy weather' sees Grouse Grind remain closed Monday

'Unsafe icy weather' sees Grouse Grind remain closed Monday

Temperatures on the mountain are expected to dip as low as -2 degrees Celsius Monday
North Vancouver teen selling mini picnic tables for squirrels to raise money for charity

North Vancouver teen selling mini picnic tables for squirrels to raise money for charity

“He’s always done charitable things,” said the boy's mom.
B.C. went to the polls for a historic election of firsts. What happens next?

B.C. went to the polls for a historic election of firsts. What happens next?

It was the first time the province held an election during a pandemic, the first time an NDP premier was re-elected and the first time the NDP won a riding in Langley.