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Death threats aimed at Trans Mountain pipeline protesters in Burnaby

Death threats aimed at Trans Mountain pipeline protesters in Burnaby

Elders of the Tsleil-Waututh commissioned the construction of this “watch house” in March outside the Trans Mountain terminal in Burnaby, built on the path of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion.
Vancouver home sales reach 17-year low for April last month: REBGV

Vancouver home sales reach 17-year low for April last month: REBGV

Builders work on a new home in North Vancouver, B.C. Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says market conditions in the city are changing as sales in April reached a 17-year low for that month.
Vancouver's record-breaking homeless population at 2,181 people

Vancouver's record-breaking homeless population at 2,181 people

The city’s homeless count conducted over two days in March found there were 2,181 people living without a home.
Trudeau won't say whether Liberals will delay cannabis legalization

Trudeau won't say whether Liberals will delay cannabis legalization

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rises during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
Health Canada mandates warning sticker on all prescription opioids

Health Canada mandates warning sticker on all prescription opioids

Health Canada is making warning stickers and patient information handouts mandatory with all opioids dispensed at pharmacies or in doctor’s offices starting in October.
The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Vancouver is shutting down in 2020

The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Vancouver is shutting down in 2020

Photo Shutterstock It was announced today that the Four Seasons is "concluding its management of Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, effective January 31, 2020".
Three orphaned river otters released back into the wild

Three orphaned river otters released back into the wild

Photo BC SPCA Three young river otters have been released into the wild after spending about a year at the BC SPCA's Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre (Wild ARC).
VIDEO: 11 ridiculously cute rescue ducklings

VIDEO: 11 ridiculously cute rescue ducklings

Last week the baby mallard ducklings above lost their mother after she was hit by a car. A passerby called the BC SPCA who came and scooped em up, rescuing them.
Dead 600 pound "garbage bear" to be on permanent display at Coquitlam city hall

Dead 600 pound "garbage bear" to be on permanent display at Coquitlam city hall

This suspected “garbage” bear — struck by a car off Chilko Drive in Coquitlam, in October 2016, and euthanized two days later — will be on permanent display in the lobby of Coquitlam city hall as early as next week.
North Vancouver driver charged in fatal crash with cyclist

North Vancouver driver charged in fatal crash with cyclist

Floral tributes surround a “ghost bike” memorial on Shavington Street for a cyclist killed in a nearby collision, in this image taken days after the July 2017 crash.