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Coronavirus latest: 7th case revealed in B.C.

Coronavirus latest: 7th case revealed in B.C.

The man in his 40s was in close contact with the province's 6th case.
COVID-19: B.C.'s sixth case flew on Air Canada flight from Montreal to Vancouver

COVID-19: B.C.'s sixth case flew on Air Canada flight from Montreal to Vancouver

The passenger is a woman in her 30s who recently returned from Iran.
Vancouver police looking for high-risk sex offender missing since early Saturday - UPDATED

Vancouver police looking for high-risk sex offender missing since early Saturday - UPDATED

He cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet and left his residence.
Check out this $16M West Vancouver mansion’s mini-golf setup (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Check out this $16M West Vancouver mansion’s mini-golf setup (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

This luxury home, priced at $16,800,000, may not be everyone’s cup of tee, but it would certainly be appealing to golf enthusiasts...
Emergency crews respond to seven-vehicle pileup in North Vancouver

Emergency crews respond to seven-vehicle pileup in North Vancouver

The RCMP Highway Patrol are on scene and investigating the series of collisions.
Governor general says multiple solutions needed for 'complicated' overdose issue

Governor general says multiple solutions needed for 'complicated' overdose issue

Julie Payette says she's learned that the overdose issue is complicated and will require a co-ordinated response that includes health and mental-health services in order to find solutions and "diminish hardship."
New ICBC regime increases care costs, but cuts drivers’ ability to sue for pain and suffering

New ICBC regime increases care costs, but cuts drivers’ ability to sue for pain and suffering

“This system will not allow people to bring actions in the court if ICBC doesn’t provide the benefits they think they’re entitled to," Ken Armstrong, CBABC president, said.
Vancouver launches new grants to support affordable housing projects

Vancouver launches new grants to support affordable housing projects

Vancouver has launched a new $25-million program aimed at supporting future affordable housing projects in the city.
Study reveals what B.C. parents are really worried about

Study reveals what B.C. parents are really worried about

Research Co. looked at the way parents in B.C. are feeling about the present and the future...
Woman calls police after stranger enters her North Vancouver home and refuses to leave

Woman calls police after stranger enters her North Vancouver home and refuses to leave

Police were called out around noon Friday by a woman who told them a stranger had walked into her house on Dempsey Road while she was home alone and was refusing to leave.