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CNN says FBI is "interested" in Ivanka Trump's business deal with Vancouver's Trump tower

CNN says FBI is "interested" in Ivanka Trump's business deal with Vancouver's Trump tower

Eric, Ivanka, Don Jr. and Donald Trump were in Vancouver in June 2013 to announce the new Trump hotel and tower.
Four Vancouver finalists in national showcase of female entrepreneurial talent

Four Vancouver finalists in national showcase of female entrepreneurial talent

Sixth annual Mompreneur Awards salute Canadian women balancing demands of raising a family with running a business
Vancouver Feb. home sales fall amid mortgage, interest rate changes

Vancouver Feb. home sales fall amid mortgage, interest rate changes

A real estate sold sign is shown outside a house in Vancouver, Tuesday, Jan.3, 2017.
Vancouver-filmed Ghost Wars is now on Netflix

Vancouver-filmed Ghost Wars is now on Netflix

First season shoots interior shots in old downtown post office while Fort Langley and Squamish double as remote Alaskan town
Richmond RCMP vow to catch librarian kicker

Richmond RCMP vow to catch librarian kicker

Cpl. Dennis Hwang of Richmond RCMP Richmond Mounties are vowing to catch the man who is shown, on video, to have kicked a senior librarian in the stomach at a community meeting for housing homeless people Wednesday evening.
Canucks sign a new player who has THE BEST HOCKEY DAD EVER

Canucks sign a new player who has THE BEST HOCKEY DAD EVER

Welcome to Vancouver, Mr Lind
Vancouver's housing crisis is helping stuck-in-time Merritt get a rainbow crosswalk

Vancouver's housing crisis is helping stuck-in-time Merritt get a rainbow crosswalk

Mayor and council of the community won't support it, so the public stepped in
BCUC rejects BC Hydro one-year rate freeze

BCUC rejects BC Hydro one-year rate freeze

BC NDP promised in 2017 election campaign that rates would be frozen
Unexploded mortar found near North Vancouver trails

Unexploded mortar found near North Vancouver trails

Explosives detection contractors have found a three-inch mortar shell
Jail sentence for Indigenous woman doesn't seem right: B.C. judge

Jail sentence for Indigenous woman doesn't seem right: B.C. judge

A judge in British Columbia has sentenced an Indigenous woman to four years in prison for manslaughter, but says it doesn't seem right that incarceration was the best available option.