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Federal government and First Nations to approve B.C. fish farms: province

Federal government and First Nations to approve B.C. fish farms: province

Atlantic salmon being raised at a B.C. fish farm.
An actual shark was spotted swimming in shallow water near Kits Beach

An actual shark was spotted swimming in shallow water near Kits Beach

Back in 2013 the Vancouver Aquarium launched their Sharks and Rays Exhibit with a stunt that fooled a few people.
Oregon family found safe after abandoning their car in remote northwest B.C.

Oregon family found safe after abandoning their car in remote northwest B.C.

Jeffery Phan and Michelle Lesaca, both 24, are seen with their three-year-old daughter and two-year-old son in this undated handout photo.
Michelle Kim's new novel is a story of childhood friendship in Surrey

Michelle Kim's new novel is a story of childhood friendship in Surrey

Michelle Kim Photo Melissa Shaw Filmmaker, writer and director Michelle Kim recently released her new young adult novel, Running Through Sprinklers about two childhood friends growing up in Surrey.
Canucks sign goaltender Richard Bachman to two-year, two-way contract

Canucks sign goaltender Richard Bachman to two-year, two-way contract

Richard Bachman. Photo Canucks The Vancouver Canucks have signed goaltender Richard Bachman to a two-year, two-way contract. The 30-year-old posted a 13-13-5 record with a .902 save percentage and 2.
B.C. Appeal Court rules lottery winner must be paid back $600,000 loan

B.C. Appeal Court rules lottery winner must be paid back $600,000 loan

Money/ Shutterstock A dispute over whether $600,000 was a loan or a gift from a lottery winner has been settled by the British Columbia Court of Appeal in favour of the gambler. Enone Rosas won $4.
Canuck the Crow's babies have all died

Canuck the Crow's babies have all died

Canuck the Crow. Photo supplied In May V.I.A. reporter Melissa Shaw shared the story about Vancouver's most famous crow, Canuck, becoming a father with his girlfriend Cassiar (Vancouver's second most-famous crow).
TransLink is planning a big cut in SeaBus fares

TransLink is planning a big cut in SeaBus fares

The SeaBus departs North Vancouver. File photo by Cindy Goodman/North Shore News A trip across Burrard Inlet aboard the SeaBus could become significantly cheaper in the coming years.
North Vancouver crews rescue two from Capilano River

North Vancouver crews rescue two from Capilano River

District of North Vancouver fire crews prepare to lift two stranded boaters to safety on the Pipeline Trail bridge over the Capilano River.
12 brave, bold women are being honoured for their film and TV work

12 brave, bold women are being honoured for their film and TV work

WIFTV The 20th annual Women in Film + Television Vancouver (WIFTV) Spotlight Awards celebrated the accomplishments of 12 women working in an industry where they face numerous challenges.