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Green Party goes above and beyond, selecting candidates for council, school and park board

Green Party goes above and beyond, selecting candidates for council, school and park board

green council nominees Green Party candidates for council: Adriane Carr, Pete Fry, David Wong and Michael Wiebe.
Canada's goal is to become world's cleanest producer of LNG: Carr

Canada's goal is to become world's cleanest producer of LNG: Carr

Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr rises during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 29, 2018.
UPDATE: Woman with special needs that went missing has been found

UPDATE: Woman with special needs that went missing has been found

VPD photo UPDATE: Women with special needs that was missing has been found. Previous story: Vancouver police are searching for a missing 26-year-old woman who has the mental capacity of a seven-year-old. Veronica Opal Ewin was last seen at 3 a.m.
TransLink: expect late night service delays on Expo Line starting July 2

TransLink: expect late night service delays on Expo Line starting July 2

Photo by Dan Toulgoet TransLink has announced that work on its Expo Line rail replacement project will start Monday evening (July 2) and commuters should expect late-night delays.
These people invited Mt Pleasant's doggos to celebrate their Chihuahua

These people invited Mt Pleasant's doggos to celebrate their Chihuahua

Dale Day poster, as seen in Mt Pleasant. Photo Katie Cubitt If you were walking around Mt Pleasant this week you might have noticed some interesting posters.
Program teaches Vancouver students about mental health and well-being

Program teaches Vancouver students about mental health and well-being

Adam’s Apples launched the first Core Connector pilot at Vancouver Technical Secondary School Youth in Vancouver are participating in a pilot project called Core Connectors to teach them about mental health and how to support friends who are struggli
Here's how to not be a dummy who starts a wildfire this long weekend

Here's how to not be a dummy who starts a wildfire this long weekend

Photo Bob Kronbauer The government sent out a notice this morning asking you to " do your part to prevent wildfires " this long weekend.
Disabled B.C. teen out for sail dies after accident witnessed by mother

Disabled B.C. teen out for sail dies after accident witnessed by mother

Gabriel Pollard, 16. His mother Carrie Pollard says of the tragic incident: “He kept saying: ‘Mama, I’m scared,’ and that’s the last thing he said to me.
CONTAGION Part 4 of 6: Cheap drugs for Canada may fuel resistance

CONTAGION Part 4 of 6: Cheap drugs for Canada may fuel resistance

- Part 1: How Canada ‘dropped the ball’ on drug resistance - Part 2: Drug resistance takes devastating human toll - Part 3: Antibiotics in agriculture add to growing superbug threat
Predictions of pipeline protest violence derided by organizers from both sides

Predictions of pipeline protest violence derided by organizers from both sides

Pro-pipeline activist Cody Battershill on Scotsman’s Hill in Calgary, Alta., Wednesday, June 27, 2018.