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Canucks trade Philip Holm to Vegas for Brendan Leipsic

Canucks trade Philip Holm to Vegas for Brendan Leipsic

Is Leipsic the 2018 version of Linden Vey?
Trial begins over fuel spill in English Bay, one defendant doesn't show up

Trial begins over fuel spill in English Bay, one defendant doesn't show up

A spill response boat secures a boom around the bulk carrier cargo ship MV Marathassa after a bunker fuel spill on Burrard Inlet in Vancouver, B.C., on April 9, 2015.
MEC faces calls to drop outdoor brands owned by U.S. gun manufacturer

MEC faces calls to drop outdoor brands owned by U.S. gun manufacturer

Mountain Equipment Co-op says it will be meeting today to discuss future plans for several well-known outdoor brands owned by major U.S. ammunition and gun manufacturer Vista Outdoor Inc.
Kevin Smith has massive heart attack, Rio fundraiser fate uncertain

Kevin Smith has massive heart attack, Rio fundraiser fate uncertain

Last week we shared the news that Clerks director Kevin Smith had committed to doing a fundraiser at the Rio Theatre in an attempt to help the owners purchase the building. In fact the first one sold out so fast that he committed a second one.
Atwal says he bowed out of event in India to save Trudeau embarrassment

Atwal says he bowed out of event in India to save Trudeau embarrassment

PM Justin Trudeau.
Navy ship spills 30,000 litres of fuel into the Strait of Georgia, cleanup underway

Navy ship spills 30,000 litres of fuel into the Strait of Georgia, cleanup underway

HMCS Calgary returns to Victoria Friday Oct. 24, 2008. Federal crews are keeping an eye on a 30,000-litre fuel spill from a navy ship in the waters between Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland.
Dog killed in possible electrocution at Lonsdale Quay

Dog killed in possible electrocution at Lonsdale Quay

photo supplied Mark Teasedale, North Shore News First responders are dealing with a possible electrocution of a dog at Lonsdale Quay Friday. “We’re looking into an incident down at Lonsdale Quay – possibly live wires,” said Staff Sgt. Philip Yong.
Mom of Lower Mainland fentanyl victim opens recovery centre

Mom of Lower Mainland fentanyl victim opens recovery centre

Michelle Jansen describes the recovery centre she is opening in Penticton in memory of her son, Brandon, who died accidentally of a fentanyl overdose in 2016.
Richmond lawyer being probed for missing millions considers mayoral bid

Richmond lawyer being probed for missing millions considers mayoral bid

Guo said she has paid back all the missing 7.5 million but the Law Society of BC said part of it is still outstanding
B.C. girl hopes DNA drive will help her find birth parents in China

B.C. girl hopes DNA drive will help her find birth parents in China

Isabelle Smit, 10, is photographed with her mother Kristen Lundgren in Esquimalt, B.C., on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. Through an online video the mother and daughter are hoping to find Isabelle’s birth parents or relatives.