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5 amazing illustrations of Vancouver by Vancouver artists

5 amazing illustrations of Vancouver by Vancouver artists

Vancouver is full of professional artists who take part in maker markets and art shows, but there are still many artists who fall between the cracks of the galleries, comic cons, and craft fairs. That’s where ArtBreakers comes in.
Pets rescued after fire adjacent Mt Pleasant's "Dog Hotel"

Pets rescued after fire adjacent Mt Pleasant's "Dog Hotel"

File photo of Vancouver firefighters at work: Bob Kronbauer A fire has torn through a metal shop in the industrial zone in Mt Pleasant near the Olympic Village this morning. The blaze broke out at around 5 a.m.
RCMP allege fentanyl pipeline crosses Richmond

RCMP allege fentanyl pipeline crosses Richmond

40,000 fentanyl pills seized in a Richmond apartment in Feb. 2016. Photo submitted by RCMP Oct. 3, 2017 The illegal trade of the deadly opioid fentanyl continues to flow through the Island City by Nature.
20 small-breed dogs rescued by BC SPCA from breeder (PHOTOS)

20 small-breed dogs rescued by BC SPCA from breeder (PHOTOS)

20 dogs living in squalid conditions at a Chilliwack property are now in the care of the BC SPCA following the execution of a search warrant on a breeder.
Feds 'never did the work' to understand Indigenous concerns on pipeline: lawyer

Feds 'never did the work' to understand Indigenous concerns on pipeline: lawyer

VANCOUVER - Canada's decision to approve an expansion for the Trans Mountain pipeline was a "one-way street" that ignored the economic and title rights of Indigenous people, a lawyer said Monday in the Federal Court of Appeal.
Everything you need to know about the upcoming byelection

Everything you need to know about the upcoming byelection

Advance voting for the Oct. 14 byelection is on Oct. 4 and 10. File photo Dan Toulgoet Byelection day is nearing in Vancouver and residents can start casting a ballot as early as this week. General election day isn’t until Oct.
Teenager has Mercedes impounded after clocking in at twice the speed limit

Teenager has Mercedes impounded after clocking in at twice the speed limit

A young Delta driver has had his luxury ride impounded and is facing a speeding ticket worth almost $500 after being clocked by West Vancouver police zooming at 175 kilometres per hour in a 90 km/h highway zone.
First look inside Parq Vancouver casino resort

First look inside Parq Vancouver casino resort

The entrance to Parq Vancouver. Photo Christopher Morris After more than a decade of negotiations, public consultations and research, Parq Vancouver casino resort opens to the public for the first time tonight, Sept. 29, at 11 p.m.
Kinder Morgan seeks 'relief' from NEB ruling

Kinder Morgan seeks 'relief' from NEB ruling

Spawning deterrents are used to avoid serious harm to fish during construction. A special mat is placed in the waterway. It prevents fish from spawning in the area and, thus, minimizes mortality to eggs and larvae during construction.
Vancouver gets $66 million for 600 modular homes

Vancouver gets $66 million for 600 modular homes

Premier John Horgan, along with cabinet ministers Selina Robinson and Shane Simpson, toured a modular housing display suite Friday at Robson Square.