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Move over 'murder hornet': This insect packs a painful sting in Vancouver (VIDEO)

Move over 'murder hornet': This insect packs a painful sting in Vancouver (VIDEO)

North Vancouver art gallery director chosen to curate Canada pavilion at 2022 Venice Biennale

North Vancouver art gallery director chosen to curate Canada pavilion at 2022 Venice Biennale

Polygon Gallery director Reid Shier has been tasked with helping curate one of the world’s largest contemporary arts exhibitions.
Mayor Kennedy declares May 29 'Day of Action Against Racism' in Vancouver

Mayor Kennedy declares May 29 'Day of Action Against Racism' in Vancouver

"As a city, we need to unite to address racism and recognize that people of all ethnicities, cultures and faiths contribute to Vancouver’s strength and well-being," said Kennedy.
B.C. confirms 9 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 2,558

B.C. confirms 9 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 2,558

There have been two new deaths.
Retired cop turned dumpster diver thrives on helping others

Retired cop turned dumpster diver thrives on helping others

Getting up at 2 a.m. every day to rummage through Richmond’s dumpsters might not be everyone’s idea of how to stay mentally agile and physically active.
This 11-year-old is making adorable felt plush animals in support of the Vancouver Aquarium

This 11-year-old is making adorable felt plush animals in support of the Vancouver Aquarium

Porsha Teo was inspired to start designing the handmade felt plushies after she found out the Aquarium may have to close.
Army & Navy to hold multimillion dollar liquidation sale in Metro Vancouver

Army & Navy to hold multimillion dollar liquidation sale in Metro Vancouver

It's the end of a 101-year-long era, but Army & Navy will be going out with a bang
Playgrounds and outdoor facilities to reopen in Vancouver

Playgrounds and outdoor facilities to reopen in Vancouver

Over 320 amenities including skate parks, synthetic sports fields, basketball and volleyball courts, disc golf, roller hockey, and multisport courts will reopen.
Vancouver mayor urges online delivery services to reduce fees to help money-losing restaurants

Vancouver mayor urges online delivery services to reduce fees to help money-losing restaurants

Kennedy Stewart backs restaurant association's call to cut fees by half
Someone in Metro Vancouver just won the $24 million jackpot

Someone in Metro Vancouver just won the $24 million jackpot

And no one has claimed the ticket.