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Snow way! Metro Vancouver forecast includes several chances for flurries

Snow way! Metro Vancouver forecast includes several chances for flurries

There are plenty of possibly frosty days in the mix.
B.C. renter caused explosion with portable gas stove, lawsuit alleges

B.C. renter caused explosion with portable gas stove, lawsuit alleges

Xiaolu Niu claimed the fire caused the sprinklers to go off, resulting in damage to the rental unit and adjacent suites.
I Watched This Game: Canucks lack 'B-A-L-L-S' in loss to Kraken

I Watched This Game: Canucks lack 'B-A-L-L-S' in loss to Kraken

"I don’t care what our record is," said Rick Tocchet. "It’s been a little bit disturbing, some of the efforts from some of the guys right now."
Vancouver mayor created 'discriminatory work environment' in denying new mom remote attendance

Vancouver mayor created 'discriminatory work environment' in denying new mom remote attendance

Integrity commissioner recommends letter of reprimand for Ken Sim over controversy involving park commissioner Laura Christensen.
B.C. man appears on murder charge tied to fatal stabbing

B.C. man appears on murder charge tied to fatal stabbing

Jonathan James Bulloch was stabbed on May 27, 2023 after an altercation near Davie and Bute streets. He later died in hospital.
B.C. masseur pleads not guilty to four counts of sexual assault

B.C. masseur pleads not guilty to four counts of sexual assault

Jun Dong Gao, 49, has elected to be tried by a provincial court judge.
Vancouver council to vote on $2.7M to help prevent gang recruitment

Vancouver council to vote on $2.7M to help prevent gang recruitment

Money comes via federal government's "building safer communities fund."
Fun events to check out in Vancouver this weekend: February 23-25

Fun events to check out in Vancouver this weekend: February 23-25

Move over, Fan Expo -- a new costume party is in town.
'Every once in a while, we get those python calls': Vancouver critter company talks rabies, pest damages

'Every once in a while, we get those python calls': Vancouver critter company talks rabies, pest damages

"A symptom of rabies is an 'oddly friendly' animal."
Toronto nudges out Vancouver with Canada’s highest hotel prices

Toronto nudges out Vancouver with Canada’s highest hotel prices

Higher room rates may have deterred some from travelling as hotel occupancy has fallen