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Baby beluga rescued in Alaska getting cared for by Vancouver Aquarium staff

Baby beluga rescued in Alaska getting cared for by Vancouver Aquarium staff

Experts from aquariums around North America have travelled to Alaska to help care for a stranded newborn beluga whale.
West Vancouver bans aggressive dog

West Vancouver bans aggressive dog

A dog sign at Ambleside Park in West Vancouver. District council voted Monday to uphold a decision to revoke a dog’s licence, citing multiple infractions.
B.C.-based submarine deployed to Asia-Pacific

B.C.-based submarine deployed to Asia-Pacific

The HMCS Chicoutimi seen departing Thursday, March 2, 2017, during Prime Minister Trudeau’s visit to CFB Esquimalt. The sub has been deployed to the Asia-Pacific region.
Man acquitted in terror-related case remains locked up during immigration review

Man acquitted in terror-related case remains locked up during immigration review

VANCOUVER - A man acquitted of terrorism-related charges will remain locked up in British Columbia after the Immigration and Refugee Board ruled he poses a danger to the public.
Siwash honours Chinook language’s role in our history: author

Siwash honours Chinook language’s role in our history: author

Siwash Rock. Photo Dan Toulgoet In the days when Chinook was commonly spoken along the Pacific Northwest, the Chinook word “Siwash” was not a derogatory term, says a Vancouver historian.
Vancouver is home to Canada's most pampered dogs and cats

Vancouver is home to Canada's most pampered dogs and cats

Vancouver has gone to the dogs, and Burnaby thinks that's just purr-fect.
One more chance to take part in pipeline hearings

One more chance to take part in pipeline hearings

Photo SUBMITTED The detailed route hearings for the segment of the Trans Mountain pipeline that will go through Burnaby will begin in January 2018, the National Energy Board announced on Thursday. The exact dates will be made available after Nov. 14.
Vancouver's construction community rallies behind business destroyed by fire

Vancouver's construction community rallies behind business destroyed by fire

While firefighters continued to deal with the fire that destroyed Metal and Wood Products on Wednesday morning, Peter Spotzl met with his staff on the street. He hopes to have the business up and running as soon as possible.
Expert calls on Liberals, Tories, NDP to join forces during overdose crisis

Expert calls on Liberals, Tories, NDP to join forces during overdose crisis

Donald MacPherson poses in this undated handout photo.
Your online dating life is getting an assist from the VPD

Your online dating life is getting an assist from the VPD

They were looking for love online — but that was the last thing they found.