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Trio of “roving bachelor” river otters build new pad in the middle of Richmond

Trio of “roving bachelor” river otters build new pad in the middle of Richmond

Three river otters in a land-locked lagoon near Richmond’s City Centre A trio of “roving bachelor” river otters has requisitioned a relatively new, inner-city lagoon — a “rare” and “amazing” event, according to a local biologist, who was among the fi
Loblaw places restrictions on gift card offer after bread price-fixing scheme

Loblaw places restrictions on gift card offer after bread price-fixing scheme

Various brands of bread sit on shelves in a grocery store in Toronto on Wednesday Nov. 1, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Doug Ives Consumers who receive a $25 Loblaw Companies Ltd.
Mount St. Helens tweets "I'M BACK BITCHES" after 40 earthquakes occur

Mount St. Helens tweets "I'M BACK BITCHES" after 40 earthquakes occur

Mount St Helens in Washington state. Photo Shutterstock It's been brought to our attention that several mountains south of the border have been actively squabbling over the past few days.
Pedestrian seriously injured in crash with VPD vehicle near Knight and 20th

Pedestrian seriously injured in crash with VPD vehicle near Knight and 20th

File photo A pedestrian is in hospital with serious injuries following a crash with a police vehicle near Knight and 20th Avenue. Police say in a news release that an on-duty officer collided with the pedestrian on Saturday night.
Richmond and Coquitlam mixed about revamping ban on self-service gas stations

Richmond and Coquitlam mixed about revamping ban on self-service gas stations

A motorist reaches for the pump at a gas station in Toronto on Thursday, February 24, 2011.
B.C. government to crack down on ticket scalpers

B.C. government to crack down on ticket scalpers

Solicitor General Mike Farnworth: “We’re looking at what other jurisdictions have been doing in regard to ticket resale legislation, including Ontario and the U.K.” The B.C.
Girls' deaths in B.C. prompt debate about judges and domestic violence

Girls' deaths in B.C. prompt debate about judges and domestic violence

Hundreds of people hold candles in support and memory of Aubrey Berry, 4, and her sister Chloe, 6, during a vigil held at Willows Beach in Oak Bay, B.C., on Saturday, December 30, 2017.
Wayward Alaskan eagle monitored by researchers found in Kamloops

Wayward Alaskan eagle monitored by researchers found in Kamloops

Larissa Deneault holds a golden eagle at an animal rehabilitation centre in Kamloops, B.C. in a handout photo.
North Vancouver MLAs lobby for more SeaBus hours

North Vancouver MLAs lobby for more SeaBus hours

The SeaBus departs North Vancouver making its way to Waterfront Station. file photo North Shore News North Vancouver’s two MLAs are lobbying TransLink for extend hours of SeaBus service.
Freezing rain, poor road conditions forecast for many areas of B.C.

Freezing rain, poor road conditions forecast for many areas of B.C.

Shutterstock Freezing rain spreading across numerous parts of B.C. is expected to cause dangerous driving conditions ahead of the weekend.