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Donor found for Vancouver hockey coach whose young team launched video search for a kidney

Donor found for Vancouver hockey coach whose young team launched video search for a kidney

The coach of a Vancouver peewee hockey team says his search for a life-saving organ donor has been successful.
Fire and explosion rocks Metro Vancouver house, investigators yet to determine cause

Fire and explosion rocks Metro Vancouver house, investigators yet to determine cause

Fire investigators are waiting to enter a house in Surrey, B.C., to determine the cause of a blaze and explosion.
Canadian Arctic has all the mineral ingredients for prized blue gemstones

Canadian Arctic has all the mineral ingredients for prized blue gemstones

Baffin Island holds some of its treasures in plain sight with rocks that produce rare gems sitting exposed to the elements, scientists say.
Spraying for Japanese beetle in Vancouver parks starts this weekend

Spraying for Japanese beetle in Vancouver parks starts this weekend

Vancouver Park Board is set to resume the fight against the Japanese beetle, an invasive species first discovered in the False Creek area in 2017.
British Columbia bearing 'brunt' of impact from Huawei arrest: Horgan

British Columbia bearing 'brunt' of impact from Huawei arrest: Horgan

Premier John Horgan says British Columbia is bearing the brunt of the impact of Canada’s tense relationship with China over the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
North Vancouver shooting victim remembered as 'sweet' and loyal friend

North Vancouver shooting victim remembered as 'sweet' and loyal friend

A childhood friend of the victim in a North Vancouver shooting says friends are at a loss to understand why someone targeted her for killing.
Burnaby man who harassed ex-wife on revenge website arrested for probation breach

Burnaby man who harassed ex-wife on revenge website arrested for probation breach

A Burnaby man who spent time in jail for criminally harassing his ex-wife through thousands of emails and a revenge website has been arrested.
All B.C. schools will have free menstrual products by end of 2019

All B.C. schools will have free menstrual products by end of 2019

All B.C. public schools will be required to provide free menstrual products for students in school washrooms by the end of 2019.
B.C. eyes smaller pot growers to fight product shortage

B.C. eyes smaller pot growers to fight product shortage

B.C. has a marijuana shortage. At least that’s the story with government-sanctioned cannabis products in the wake of the national legalization.
B.C. government to consider ‘relief’ for record gas prices: Horgan

B.C. government to consider ‘relief’ for record gas prices: Horgan

Premier John Horgan says the B.C. government will consider "some relief" for those who can't afford record high gas prices.