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Park board motion aimed at women’s safety at big events

Park board motion aimed at women’s safety at big events

Park board commissioner Catherine Evans is bringing forward a motion next week aimed at increasing safety at concerts and major events in the city.
'It's really frustrating:' Sikh Canadian dismayed by extremism allegations

'It's really frustrating:' Sikh Canadian dismayed by extremism allegations

Jaspreet Bal, an educator and member of the board of directors of the Sikh Feminist Research Institute, is pictured in a handout photo.
B.C. protesters rally for and against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline plan

B.C. protesters rally for and against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline plan

Scott McBride, of Nanaimo, B.C., holds a caricature of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a protest against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Burnaby, B.C., on Saturday March 10, 2018.
Vancouver police investigate alleged parental abduction of boy, 9

Vancouver police investigate alleged parental abduction of boy, 9

Emerson Cusworth, 9, is seen in this undated three photo police handout combination image along with his mother Shawana Chaudhary.
No adverse effects from 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster on B.C. coast: researchers

No adverse effects from 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster on B.C. coast: researchers

Shutterstock Researchers at Simon Fraser University say the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan has presented no adverse effects on British Columbia's coast.
Three people facing 58 charges following fraud and theft

Three people facing 58 charges following fraud and theft

Some of the stolen credit cards that were seized Three people are now facing a combined 58 charges in relation to alleged stolen property and identity theft activities based out of a house in Tsawwassen.
Dog rescued after being trapped in neighbour's empty house for 23 days

Dog rescued after being trapped in neighbour's empty house for 23 days

Chase the dog survives by drinking water from the bathroom toilet
B.C. protesters rally against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline plan

B.C. protesters rally against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline plan

A tanker fills up at the Kinder Morgan Westridge Marine Terminal on the Burrard Inlet. File photo Indigenous leaders and environmentalists beat drums and sang as they protested Kinder Morgan's $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline in southern B.C.
Amid opioid crisis, city calls for decriminalization of possession for all drugs

Amid opioid crisis, city calls for decriminalization of possession for all drugs

Photo Dan Toulgoet A policy shift that’s unprecedented in Vancouver’s recent past has the city calling for the decriminalization of possession for all drugs.
Vancouver actor Michael Coleman denies allegations of sexual harassment

Vancouver actor Michael Coleman denies allegations of sexual harassment

Vancouver actor Michael Coleman is denying sexual harassment allegations levelled against him.
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