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Vancouver police looking for man associated with Lower Mainland gang conflict

Vancouver police looking for man associated with Lower Mainland gang conflict

Vancouver police are appealing to the public in the search for a wanted man with links to the Lower Mainland’s ongoing gang conflict.
These 2 breathtaking Vancouver pools are extending their summer schedules

These 2 breathtaking Vancouver pools are extending their summer schedules

The Vancouver Park Board has announced that both the New Brighton and Kitsilano pools are staying open until Sunday, Sept. 15.
B.C. anti-gang units target 10-year-olds amid middle-class gang problems

B.C. anti-gang units target 10-year-olds amid middle-class gang problems

B.C. is facing what some law enforcement officials have called a unique and unprecedented gang problem, including middle class kids lured by the lifestyle.
Funeral to be held today for Metro Vancouver teen whose apparent overdose was filmed

Funeral to be held today for Metro Vancouver teen whose apparent overdose was filmed

A celebration of life is set to be held today for a 14-year-old British Columbia boy whose apparent drug overdose death was captured on video and posted to social media.
Vancouver’s hotel crunch set to drive up room rates

Vancouver’s hotel crunch set to drive up room rates

A record 6.14 million international visitors are expected to visit B.C. this year, but the number of available hotel rooms is not keeping up – particularly in Vancouver.
Smooth-talking con man preying on Vancouver seniors, says police

Smooth-talking con man preying on Vancouver seniors, says police

Vancouver police is warning local seniors to be wary of a smooth-talking scammer who has been talking his way into homes across the city and making off with cash and valuables.
Vancouver Rape Relief centre targeted with vandalism, threats over transgender controversy

Vancouver Rape Relief centre targeted with vandalism, threats over transgender controversy

Vancouver Rape Relief says threats and vandalism against the organization have ramped after a Vancouver city council funding decision.
ICBC launches new driver-based point system

ICBC launches new driver-based point system

ICBC is rolling out a new driver-based insurance model that will “represent (a driver’s) risk on the road” as of September 2019.
Massive Aritzia Warehouse Sale lineup winds around Vancouver Convention Centre

Massive Aritzia Warehouse Sale lineup winds around Vancouver Convention Centre

People have shared snaps on social media of throngs of eager fashionistas lined up around the Convention Centre for the annual Aritzia Warehouse Sale.
Vancouver developer takes city to court over rejected Chinatown proposal

Vancouver developer takes city to court over rejected Chinatown proposal

The Vancouver company behind a contentious Chinatown development application that was rejected by the city is seeking a judicial review of the decision made nearly two years ago.