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Vancouver firefighters respond to bushfire reports in Stanley Park

Vancouver firefighters respond to bushfire reports in Stanley Park

Vancouver Fire responded to reports of a smouldering bushfire near Tisdall Walk in Stanley Park in the morning on Tuesday, July 9.
This candlelit vigil will protest the incarceration of kids at the United States border

This candlelit vigil will protest the incarceration of kids at the United States border

On Friday July 12, 2019, Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Detention Camps, will bring thousands of people to locations worldwide.
Sexual assaults in Vancouver reach 1,431 over three years

Sexual assaults in Vancouver reach 1,431 over three years

The number of reported sexual assaults to Vancouver police reached a total of 1,431 between 2016 and 2018, with the largest number responded to in the downtown central business district.
Son of notorious murdered ex-Hells Angel sentenced for sprawling lower mainland crime spree

Son of notorious murdered ex-Hells Angel sentenced for sprawling lower mainland crime spree

The son of an ex-Hells Angel and a partner in crime pleaded guilty in April to six robberies, five counts of using an imitation firearm to commit a serious offence, one count of assault causing bodily harm and one count of possessing an illegal firearm.
Settlement reached in class-action sexual harassment lawsuit against RCMP

Settlement reached in class-action sexual harassment lawsuit against RCMP

Three women who shared their stories of sexual harassment as part of a class-action lawsuit against the RCMP have shown great courage so others who may have endured similar experiences can come forward, a lawyer said Monday.
UBC banned from 2019 Pride Parade due to 'transphobic' speaker

UBC banned from 2019 Pride Parade due to 'transphobic' speaker

The Vancouver Pride Society has rescinded the University of British Columbia entry from the 2019 Pride Parade due to a recent campus talk.
UPDATED: Two dangerous inmates escape B.C. prison, one is convicted murderer

UPDATED: Two dangerous inmates escape B.C. prison, one is convicted murderer

Two inmates escaped from William Head Institution in Metchosin on Sunday night. The men are considered dangerous and if spotted, should not be approached.
Spy agency CSIS allegedly gave oil companies surveillance data about pipeline protesters

Spy agency CSIS allegedly gave oil companies surveillance data about pipeline protesters

The B.C. Civil Liberties Association released documents from CSIS suggesting the spy agency illegally spied on Indigenous groups and environmentalists opposed to the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline project.
This sacred Canadian place is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site

This sacred Canadian place is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site

An ancient sacred place in Alberta, Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi, is the latest Canadian entry to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Vancouver Police apprehend high-risk sex offender who didn't return to halfway house

Vancouver Police apprehend high-risk sex offender who didn't return to halfway house

Authorities in Vancouver have arrested a high-risk sex offender who failed to return to his halfway house last Tuesday night.