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Tim Hortons is scrapping Roll Up The Rim cups due to the coronavirus

Tim Hortons is scrapping Roll Up The Rim cups due to the coronavirus

Now is "not the right time for team members...to collect rolled up tabs that have been in people's mouths."
Man dies after being pepper sprayed, shocked and batoned by Whistler police

Man dies after being pepper sprayed, shocked and batoned by Whistler police

Officers were responding to calls about an intoxicated man causing a disturbance at a local business
IWTG: Defensive breakdowns and bad breaks prove costly for Canucks in loss to Blue Jackets

IWTG: Defensive breakdowns and bad breaks prove costly for Canucks in loss to Blue Jackets

"This one hurts, to be honest. This was one of those games where we could have made up some ground."
Metro Vancouver woman, 24, with MS sets up fundraiser for life-altering treatment

Metro Vancouver woman, 24, with MS sets up fundraiser for life-altering treatment

"This is really my only option if I want to stop MS from taking over my life."
Poll illustrates the ongoing death-penalty divide in North America

Poll illustrates the ongoing death-penalty divide in North America

Earlier this month, Research Co. asked Canadians and Americans about their feelings on capital punishment, as well as the proper sentence for a person who has been convicted of murder.
See the breathtaking views $38M can buy in Vancouver (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

See the breathtaking views $38M can buy in Vancouver (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

This multi-million dollar Coal Harbour property has dreamlike views.
This college is hosting one of B.C.'s first 'menstruation fairs'

This college is hosting one of B.C.'s first 'menstruation fairs'

Because "menstruation should not be a dirty little secret..."
Where to find Burnaby’s most incredible ice cream sundae

Where to find Burnaby’s most incredible ice cream sundae

They haven’t reinvented the ice cream sundae either—they've just perfected it. 🍨
Scary moments as unoccupied TransLink bus rolls away in Metro Vancouver

Scary moments as unoccupied TransLink bus rolls away in Metro Vancouver

Nobody was hurt in an incident Saturday in which a rolling transit bus took out a power pole in Metro Vancouver.
This B.C. group is rallying support for a series of new trails in Squamish

This B.C. group is rallying support for a series of new trails in Squamish

The B.C. Mountaineering Club is hoping to rally public support for five new trailheads.