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Vancouver police officer charged with dangerous driving

Vancouver police officer charged with dangerous driving

A Vancouver police officer is facing a charge of dangerous driving after an on-duty collision last year that seriously injured a pedestrian.
White Rock pier repair could cost a whopping $16.2 million

White Rock pier repair could cost a whopping $16.2 million

In December, powerful winds cut the White Rock pier in half during a massive storm. Now, a report says that the pier could cost over $16 million to repair.
Vancouver restaurant owners think beyond salary to recruit, retain staff

Vancouver restaurant owners think beyond salary to recruit, retain staff

Restaurant owners are using innovative strategies to recruit and retain workers as they grapple with B.C.’s 4.4 per cent unemployment rate.
$20 million in annual funding allocated for First Nations language and culture programs

$20 million in annual funding allocated for First Nations language and culture programs

The $20 million will go towards supporting First Nations language and culture programs and the introduction of an all-day junior kindergarten program.
Sir Paul McCartney to play epic show in Vancouver this July

Sir Paul McCartney to play epic show in Vancouver this July

He's one of the most famous people on the planet, and this summer Sir Paul McCartney will play an epic concert in Vancouver.
Cops hunting for washroom pervert suspect in Richmond

Cops hunting for washroom pervert suspect in Richmond

Richmond RCMP are asking for help in identifying a 'washroom pervert' suspected of photographing a woman in a casino washroom.
Colleagues of Vancouver men caught in teen sex sting ‘shocked and heartsick’

Colleagues of Vancouver men caught in teen sex sting ‘shocked and heartsick’

Colleagues of a former private school teacher and school trustee were still reeling Thursday after Vancouver police announced the arrest of 47 men who were allegedly willing to purchase sex from girls between the ages of 15 and 17.
Burnaby resident raising money for dog burned in acid attack

Burnaby resident raising money for dog burned in acid attack

A GoFundMe campaign has been organized by a Burnaby resident to help out the dog that was the victim of an acid attack in Iran.
‘Dr. Lipjob’ avoids jail; doctors issue warning for users of Botox and fillers

‘Dr. Lipjob’ avoids jail; doctors issue warning for users of Botox and fillers

After a Botox- and cosmetic filler-provider known as ‘Dr. Lipjob’ barely avoided jail for contempt of court, B.C.’s College of Physicians and Surgeons is warning people seeking dermal fillers or Botox treatments to avoid unlicenced practitioners.
RCMP search for single suspect in 3 separate groping incidents in Metro Vancouver

RCMP search for single suspect in 3 separate groping incidents in Metro Vancouver

RCMP are warning the public about a 'Surrey groper' who they believe is the suspect in three incidents of groping at three separate retail stores.