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Former B.C. Mountie who killed herself was agent for change within 'toxic' force

Former B.C. Mountie who killed herself was agent for change within 'toxic' force

The RCMP logo is seen outside Royal Canadian Mounted Police “E” Division Headquarters, in Surrey, B.C., on April 13, 2018.
Vancouver diver spent nine days in Thailand cave as part of soccer team rescue

Vancouver diver spent nine days in Thailand cave as part of soccer team rescue

Vancouver technical diver Erik Brown, pictured on the left, was part of the team of international divers that helped rescue a soccer team and their coach trapped in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave system.
Senior that went overboard on Vancouver-bound cruise ship found dead

Senior that went overboard on Vancouver-bound cruise ship found dead

Photo Petty Officer 2nd Class Ali Flockerzi U.S. Coast Guard District 13 A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) helicopter crew has recovered the body of a 73-year-old man that went overboard near Cape Flattery on a cruise ship early Tuesday morning (July 10).
Vancouver daycare centre receives funding to stay open

Vancouver daycare centre receives funding to stay open

Photo Shutterstock The Phil Bouvier Family Centre daycare at 717 Princess Street was supposed to close this month but has received funding from the city and Central City Foundation to stay open.
A Greater Vancouver condo is now the ‘price of a house four years ago’

A Greater Vancouver condo is now the ‘price of a house four years ago’

Despite real estate market activity slowing across Greater Vancouver, condo prices continue to skyrocket, according to an agent survey report released July 10.
Flower that smells like rotting flesh to bloom at the Bloedel Conservatory

Flower that smells like rotting flesh to bloom at the Bloedel Conservatory

Photo Shutterstock A tropical plant called the corpse flower is getting ready to bloom at the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park.
Vancouver Greens propose moratorium on demolition of purpose-built rental buildings

Vancouver Greens propose moratorium on demolition of purpose-built rental buildings

In June, council approved a “Measures to Retain the Rental Housing Stock” report, which included asking staff to investigate ways to encourage reinvestment in existing stock, but the Greens Adriane Carr maintains that while solutions are being sought
Move over Vancouver: Canada has a new hotspot for pricey real estate

Move over Vancouver: Canada has a new hotspot for pricey real estate

Canada’s prime market for high-priced real estate until recently, Vancouver has been unceremoniously knocked off that perch, according to the findings of a Sotheby’s report published July 10.
Fentanyl lab and drug ring broken up, Coquitlam RCMP say

Fentanyl lab and drug ring broken up, Coquitlam RCMP say

Handcuffs/Shutterstock A Coquitlam drug trafficking ring dealing in deadly fentanyl has been eradicated, Coquitlam RCMP say, after police raided a Burnaby drug lab and a precursor chemical warehouse in Port Coquitlam late last month and arrested two
Canada Post worked with the Vancouver Aquarium on new shark stamps

Canada Post worked with the Vancouver Aquarium on new shark stamps

Photo Canada Post Canada Post is launching a stamp collection featuring five sharks that live in Canadian waters.