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Airlines may have to compensate passengers up to $2,400 for delays, cancellations

Airlines may have to compensate passengers up to $2,400 for delays, cancellations

Air passengers who are bumped from overbooked flights or forced to sit through long delays could receive up to $2,400 in compensation under proposed regulations for the government's long-promised passenger bill of rights.
Winter alert: Vancouver forecast calling for a chance of snowfall this week

Winter alert: Vancouver forecast calling for a chance of snowfall this week

While the department isn't calling for snow on the big day, the Metro Vancouver weather forecast includes a chance of flurries this week.
We're finally going to know what's going to happen to the Massey Tunnel

We're finally going to know what's going to happen to the Massey Tunnel

The long awaited technical review on the future and fate of the George Massey tunnel will be released Monday, Dec. 17.
'Intoxicated' man dies after falling from Victoria bridge

'Intoxicated' man dies after falling from Victoria bridge

Police in British Columbia's capital say a man has died after climbing the railing of a bridge and losing his balance.
Vancouver is the least likely Canadian city to see a white Christmas, report finds

Vancouver is the least likely Canadian city to see a white Christmas, report finds

According to Environment Canada's White Christmas historical data, Vancouver is the least likely city in the country to see snowfall on the big day.
Hundreds of extremely bright, colourful "fireball" meteors set to dazzle Vancouver

Hundreds of extremely bright, colourful "fireball" meteors set to dazzle Vancouver

Vancouverites saw the dazzling Geminid meteor shower in December; however, locals will get to enjoy the Quadrantid meteor shower in January.
Vancouver almost received an average December's total rainfall in just one week

Vancouver almost received an average December's total rainfall in just one week

If you thought that there was a little more rainfall in Vancouver last week than usual, you'd be correct - Vancouver saw one of its wettest weeks on record.
More weddings should happen at Vancouver's city hall, says councillor

More weddings should happen at Vancouver's city hall, says councillor

Vancouver city councillor Melissa De Genova wants to set up a program hat promotes affordable weddings for couples who want to get married at city hall.
ICBC applies for significant hike on all basic insurance rates in B.C.

ICBC applies for significant hike on all basic insurance rates in B.C.

ICBC is submitting an application to increase its basic insurance rates by 6.3 per cent. If approved, the new rates would come into effect on April 1, 2019.
Several B.C. salmon farms to be shut down between now and 2023

Several B.C. salmon farms to be shut down between now and 2023

Four salmon farms in the Broughton Archipelago will be shut down by the provincial and federal governments in 2019, and another 13 could be phased out by 2023.