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One in 10 West Vancouver homes is foreign-owned

One in 10 West Vancouver homes is foreign-owned

One house out of every 10 in West Vancouver is owned by foreigners, according to recent data from the federal Canadian Housing Statistics Program.
Vancouver Native Health Society ordered to pay up in wrongful dismissal suit

Vancouver Native Health Society ordered to pay up in wrongful dismissal suit

The Vancouver Native Health Society has been ordered to pay a former employee two years’ salary and $30,000 in damages in a wrongful dismissal case.
Vancouver Sun Run: All the road closures in effect this Sunday

Vancouver Sun Run: All the road closures in effect this Sunday

The Vancouver Sun Run takes place this weekend on Sunday, April 14 and a number of streets will be closed off during the morning.
Police hunt for psych patient who failed to return to Metro Vancouver facility

Police hunt for psych patient who failed to return to Metro Vancouver facility

A patient at the forensic psychiatric hospital is unlawfully at large, according to Coquitlam RCMP.
Explosion and fire at Surrey pub deemed suspicious

Explosion and fire at Surrey pub deemed suspicious

RCMP in Surrey, B.C., say an explosion and fire at a local pub is suspicious and may have left a local man with life-threatening injuries.
RCMP arrest man in Richmond after road rage incident

RCMP arrest man in Richmond after road rage incident

An RCMP helicopter followed a road rage suspect from Langley to Richmond on Tuesday, which led to the arrest of a 22-year-old man.
Metro Vancouver gas prices set to soar past record high this week

Metro Vancouver gas prices set to soar past record high this week

Metro Vancouver gas prices broke the all-time record high this week with some stations climbing above 164.9 cents per litre.
Park board commissioner wants to put Vancouver golf courses under the microscope

Park board commissioner wants to put Vancouver golf courses under the microscope

One park board commissioner wants to take a closer look at Vancouver’s public golf courses, and whether golf is the best use for 15 per cent of the city’s park land.
B.C. introduces law to require cars, trucks sold by 2040 be zero emission

B.C. introduces law to require cars, trucks sold by 2040 be zero emission

All light-duty cars and trucks sold in British Columbia would have to be zero-emission by 2040 under legislation tabled Wednesday.
Vancouver businessman denies all charges in college admissions scandal

Vancouver businessman denies all charges in college admissions scandal

A Vancouver businessman accused of participating in a college-admissions cheating scheme in the United States is denying the charges.