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Strong northern lights are expected to be visible in Metro Vancouver this weekend

Strong northern lights are expected to be visible in Metro Vancouver this weekend

Northern Lights over North Vancouver. Shutterstock Aurora lovers, there is a high possibility to see strong aurora light across Canada this weekend, thanks to a unique phenomenon known as “equinox cracks” and the effects of an immense coronal hole.
Answer to cities' parking woes could be found at fire hydrants: fire chief

Answer to cities' parking woes could be found at fire hydrants: fire chief

Lucky, a border collie, snaps at water spraying from a hose connected to a fire hydrant while out for a walk with his owner Shane Thiverge in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday. December 30, 2010.
B.C. puts up $300k to study high speed train travel from Vancouver to Seattle

B.C. puts up $300k to study high speed train travel from Vancouver to Seattle

Premier John Horgan joined Washington State Gov.
Kinder Morgan pipeline protester arrested for locking herself to truck in Burnaby

Kinder Morgan pipeline protester arrested for locking herself to truck in Burnaby

In March, this protester was arrested by police and later charged with mischief for locking herself to a rock truck outside Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby Terminal.
B.C. government, Metro Vancouver mayors agree on $7B transit expansion

B.C. government, Metro Vancouver mayors agree on $7B transit expansion

Photo by Dan Toulgoet The British Columbia government has come to an agreement with Metro Vancouver mayors to move ahead on a $7 billion transit expansion for the region.
Burnaby man charged in purse snatchings aimed at elderly women

Burnaby man charged in purse snatchings aimed at elderly women

A 33-year-old Burnaby man has been charged in connection with a rash of North Burnaby purse snatchings aimed mostly at elderly women.
Eyewitness account of incident at East Vancouver McDonald’s where man lit himself on fire

Eyewitness account of incident at East Vancouver McDonald’s where man lit himself on fire

Today the corner of Commercial Drive and East 10th Avenue is much calmer than it was last night, March 15, when a man doused himself with gasoline at a McDonald’s restaurant and lit himself on fire.
Province announces tipline to report real estate misconduct

Province announces tipline to report real estate misconduct

The Real Estate Council of British Columbia Thursday announced the launch of an anonymous tipline “to enhance consume protection in British Columbia’s real estate market.” There is now a way for the public to report shady real estate deals.
Mall becoming crime destination: Delta police

Mall becoming crime destination: Delta police

File photo The Tsawwassen Mills mall is fast becoming a destination for out of town crime seekers. That was the message brought forward by Delta police Supt. Harj Sidhu at the March Delta police board meeting.
Washington state is "allied" with B.C. on Trans Mountain pipeline: governor

Washington state is "allied" with B.C. on Trans Mountain pipeline: governor

The governor of Washington says his state is "allied" with British Columbia in questioning whether the Trans Mountain pipeline should be expanded.
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