Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

Local News

B.C. COVID-19 ICU patient count at two-month high

B.C. COVID-19 ICU patient count at two-month high

Most pandemic data metrics have been relatively flat in past month
This week at The Nat: Tri-City? More like 'tri' harder!

This week at The Nat: Tri-City? More like 'tri' harder!

This week, the Tri-City Dust Devils roll into town to take on our beloved C’s.
Watch: Burnaby RCMP investigating alleged skate blade-to-the-face during hockey brawl

Watch: Burnaby RCMP investigating alleged skate blade-to-the-face during hockey brawl

Video of a Burnaby Adult Safe Hockey League game at the Scotia Barn on July 29 appears to show one player kick another in the face with a skate.
B.C. expected to stay hotter than average through September

B.C. expected to stay hotter than average through September

The superintendent of predictive services with the BC Wildfire Service said "this fire season is trending similar to 2020 and 2011, so far."
B.C. is auctioning off an old streetcar in Vancouver and it could go for just over $100

B.C. is auctioning off an old streetcar in Vancouver and it could go for just over $100

Terms and conditions most definitely apply
'I'm worried': Parent fears child services investigation following alleged altercation with VPD officer

'I'm worried': Parent fears child services investigation following alleged altercation with VPD officer

"A police officer recorded me and tried in that recording to bait me into saying things about my family situation as if to build up a body of evidence," claims a Vancouver dad.
Here's how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Metro Vancouver this August

Here's how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Metro Vancouver this August

Another Metro Vancouver city has edged out Vancouver to become the most expensive market in Canada.
Steveston's mini castle built for local swans

Steveston's mini castle built for local swans

Plans to fix the castle not a priority for SHA at the moment.
UBC student reimagines old Burnaby oil refinery as community space

UBC student reimagines old Burnaby oil refinery as community space

Check out renderings by a landscape architecture student that visualize possibilities for the 200-acre North Burnaby Shellburn distribution terminal site.
Vancouver-Granville Liberal MP receives threat from person known to police

Vancouver-Granville Liberal MP receives threat from person known to police

Taleeb Noormohamed: 'It was very different because it actually contained a desire to do harm.'