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Two-year investigation into Vancouver slaying nets second-degree murder charges

Two-year investigation into Vancouver slaying nets second-degree murder charges

Second-degree murder charges have been laid against two men accused of a January 2016 slaying in Vancouver. Surrey residents Gage McPake and Cody Stuiver are expected to appear in a Vancouver courtroom next Monday.
Navy detonates explosive device found washed ashore in Tsawwassen

Navy detonates explosive device found washed ashore in Tsawwassen

Device found by resident walking along the beach
47-yr-old woman arrested in Burnaby for blocking way to Kinder Morgan tank farm

47-yr-old woman arrested in Burnaby for blocking way to Kinder Morgan tank farm

Photograph By Jennifer Moreau Two pipeline protesters have been arrested in two days outside of the Kinder Morgan tank farm on Burnaby Mountain, and more arrests are anticipated by the group.
JUNOfest celebrates Canadian music at 15 venues across Vancouver

JUNOfest celebrates Canadian music at 15 venues across Vancouver

Maestro Fresh Wes will ensure the proper sliding of your backbone at his March 24 JUNOfest gig at the Rickshaw Theatre
Fanatical birder photographs 54 species of birds over 3 days in Vancouver

Fanatical birder photographs 54 species of birds over 3 days in Vancouver

Ottawa-based photographer birder and photographer, Laura (AKA The Afternoon Birder ) leads a pretty great life.
RBC issues warning over foreign money in real estate

RBC issues warning over foreign money in real estate

Foreign money “distorting” the country’s biggest housing markets is bad for Canada, RBC’s CEO warned
VIDEO: Man's sailboat surrounded by playful porpoises off UBC

VIDEO: Man's sailboat surrounded by playful porpoises off UBC

A B.C. boater had an unexpected escort during a recent sailboat trip between the University of British Columbia and Bowen Island. Alex Millar said he suddenly found himself surrounded by a pod of Dall's porpoises.
Activists block tree removal at pipeline construction site

Activists block tree removal at pipeline construction site

Some protesters are trying to stall the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by making sure a few dozen trees aren't chopped down.
West Van grandma sues Airbnb over 'pot ghetto' stay

West Van grandma sues Airbnb over 'pot ghetto' stay

Rental was a frat house atmosphere where pot smoke wafted through her suite and dozens of partygoers showed up to play beer pong outside
Top 10 scams targeting Canadians in 2017

Top 10 scams targeting Canadians in 2017

Don’t get scammed! Shutterstock photo The Better Business Bureau released the top 10 scams that targeted Canadians in 2017 today. Last year, the riskiest scam was related to online purchases with more than $13 million loss.