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Thousands of peaceful protesters gather in Vancouver to speak out against racism (PHOTOS)

Thousands of peaceful protesters gather in Vancouver to speak out against racism (PHOTOS)

An estimated 3,500 people took part in the protest
Point Roberts residents start petition to get border restrictions eased

Point Roberts residents start petition to get border restrictions eased

The petition claims full-time residents of Point Roberts are a special group when it comes to COVID-19
Schools across B.C. reopen but questions remain about turnout

Schools across B.C. reopen but questions remain about turnout

Many students will continue with online learning
This Metro Vancouver drive-in theatre is asking the province to re-think its 50-car limit on gatherings

This Metro Vancouver drive-in theatre is asking the province to re-think its 50-car limit on gatherings

Thousands of movie fans have signed a petition in support of the Twilight Drive-In’s appeal for exemption from the provincial order.
IIO, BC Coroners Service investigating death after alleged taxi theft

IIO, BC Coroners Service investigating death after alleged taxi theft

Delta police were called regarding the taxi theft at the BC Ferries causeway at approximately 11:30 p.m. on May 29.
Here’s what B.C. parents should know about schools' reopening tomorrow

Here’s what B.C. parents should know about schools' reopening tomorrow

Schools will open this Monday, June 1 on a part-time basis for 24,000 students.
Vancouverites are taking to the streets to speak out against racism amidst deaths of George Floyd, Regis Korchinski-Paquet

Vancouverites are taking to the streets to speak out against racism amidst deaths of George Floyd, Regis Korchinski-Paquet

While a rally protesting racism and police brutality is scheduled to take place in Vancouver on Sunday, the local Black Lives Matter chapter says it has “respectfully declined to participate” as members “do not feel that we can ensure the safety of our community in public protest at this time.”
This North Vancouver resident is running all night in support of women fleeing domestic abuse

This North Vancouver resident is running all night in support of women fleeing domestic abuse

Peter Celler plans to run 80 kilometres, from sunset to sunrise, in order to raise money for Shelter Movers, a non-profit organization which provides free moving services for women and children fleeing abuse at home.
B.C. contact-tracing app tackles Canadians' privacy concerns

B.C. contact-tracing app tackles Canadians' privacy concerns

Contact tracing is seen as integral for containing future surges of COVID-19 as the Canadian economy reopens.
Worker killed in North Vancouver paving accident

Worker killed in North Vancouver paving accident

WorkSafeBC is investigating after the contractor was fatally crushed at a North Vancouver job site Thursday afternoon.