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Dog owners warned about repeated dumpings of suspicious meat in Metro Vancouver park

Dog owners warned about repeated dumpings of suspicious meat in Metro Vancouver park

Delta police are continuing to investigate several reports of suspicious meat being dumped along the trails in North Delta’s Watershed Park.
BMX rider tragically dies performing stunt on Vancouver seawall

BMX rider tragically dies performing stunt on Vancouver seawall

A man has died after attempting a stunt on a BMX bike on the seawall near the Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre on Sunday, Aug. 11.
Gouging, government policies blamed for B.C. gas price spikes

Gouging, government policies blamed for B.C. gas price spikes

Reports by a variety of experts offer dozens of explanations for why Vancouver has the highest gasoline prices in North America.
Cruise ships dump 1 billion litres of grey water off B.C.'s coast each year

Cruise ships dump 1 billion litres of grey water off B.C.'s coast each year

Cruise ships dump more than one billion litres of grey water off B.C.'s coast every year, a new study by World Wildlife Fund Canada charges.
Strathcona businesses urge action on Oppenheimer Park tent city

Strathcona businesses urge action on Oppenheimer Park tent city

The majority of businesses in and around Oppenheimer Park say something needs to be done about the ever-growing number of campers in the park.
Popular Playland ride shuts down indefinitely, 'showers oil' on patrons

Popular Playland ride shuts down indefinitely, 'showers oil' on patrons

Playland's popular pendulum ride, The beast, broke down on Monday, Aug. 12, and visitors in the line were showered with oil but no one was injured.
Deal alert: You can fly from Abbotsford to Puerto Vallarta for $99 CAD right now

Deal alert: You can fly from Abbotsford to Puerto Vallarta for $99 CAD right now

Right now, WestJet’s discount carrier, Swoop, offers a number of incredible prices on flights down south in their "$99 or less sale."
Metro Vancouver woman killed in head-on crash in Horseshoe Bay

Metro Vancouver woman killed in head-on crash in Horseshoe Bay

One woman is dead and police are investigating following a head-on crash in Horseshoe Bay Sunday afternoon.
Kits beach closed to swimming due to high levels of E. Coli

Kits beach closed to swimming due to high levels of E. Coli

While the Vancouver weather forecast calls for sunshine and toasty weather, Kits beach has closed again for swimming due to high levels of E. Coli.
Still no answers for family of man killed by Vancouver Police four years ago

Still no answers for family of man killed by Vancouver Police four years ago

Family and friends of Myles Gray will mark the fourth anniversary of his death with no idea whether the people they hold responsible will face charges.