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Natural gas rates to remain the same in Metro Vancouver: FortisBC

Natural gas rates to remain the same in Metro Vancouver: FortisBC

Natural gas rates to remain the same in Metro Vancouver. Photo courtesy / FortisBC When most costs of living are rising, natural gas bills will not.
What makes you happy? Here's what some of our readers said

What makes you happy? Here's what some of our readers said

Shutterstock photo Today is the UN International Day of Happiness and we asked you the question: "What makes you happy?" We got a total of 19 responses through social media, which made us happy and of course made this story possible.
Music industry insiders offer tips for taking care of business

Music industry insiders offer tips for taking care of business

Ashwin Sood, shown here in his West Vancouver studio, will impart his 30-plus years of knowledge in the music biz as part of the Reboot Lab forum on Thursday, March 22.
Painting of B.C. lake by Winston Churchill sells at auction for over $87,000

Painting of B.C. lake by Winston Churchill sells at auction for over $87,000

A painting by Sir Winston Churchill of Lake Emerald, Canada is seen in this undated handout photo.
VIDEO: Sea lion with nylon rope around its neck rescued by Vancouver Aquarium

VIDEO: Sea lion with nylon rope around its neck rescued by Vancouver Aquarium

SCREENGRAB from Ocean Wise video A Steller sea lion that had a thick piece of braided plastic cutting deeply into its neck has been saved by the Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre.
A record-setting 10.3 million people visited Vancouver in 2017

A record-setting 10.3 million people visited Vancouver in 2017

According to Tourism Vancouver's figures for overnight visitation in 2017, we welcomed 10,345,867 people to Metro Vancouver.
SFU sea sponge research identifies chemical compound to treat HIV

SFU sea sponge research identifies chemical compound to treat HIV

Jaspis coriacea sponge – source of bengamide A A research team at Simon Fraser University has identified a compound found in sea sponges that could be developed into future treatment therapies for HIV.
Seawall along South False Creek reopens

Seawall along South False Creek reopens

Cyclists and pedestrians are back on the Seawall along South False Creek between Stamps Landing and Granville Island.
Vancouver-based Canada's Got Talent stars bring magic to River Rock Casino

Vancouver-based Canada's Got Talent stars bring magic to River Rock Casino

Will Tsai, performing magic show — Close-Up Magician Brings Dead Fish Back to Life Coming up next month, three Vancouver magicians are putting up a Vegas-style production, Fate 2: The Dance and Illusions of Oslen, at Richmond’s River Rock Casino to r
A brief look at provincial approaches to recreational cannabis sales

A brief look at provincial approaches to recreational cannabis sales

Medical marijuana is shown in Toronto, November 5, 2017. Manitoba on Tuesday tabled legislation outlining its plans for the sale of cannabis once the federal government legalizes marijuana later this year.