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Here are Canada's top trending Google searches from 2017

Here are Canada's top trending Google searches from 2017

Hurricanes, politicians and sexual misconduct top this year's most-searched phrases. Every year, Google publishes a survey of the top trending searches from around the world.
New street to be named after Vancouver police dog

New street to be named after Vancouver police dog

A new city street near the Vancouver Police Department’s precinct on Graveley Street near Boundary Road will be named after a deceased police dog.
Canadian Franchise Association registers its first marijuana franchise

Canadian Franchise Association registers its first marijuana franchise

Shutterstock Spiritleaf Inc., a subsidiary of Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd., has become the first marijuana franchise of the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA).
Owl hit by car in downtown Vancouver in rehabilitative care (PHOTOS)

Owl hit by car in downtown Vancouver in rehabilitative care (PHOTOS)

The owl was "suffering from several injuries to its left side, including a swollen left eye, damaged primary feathers on its left wing, and blood pooling in its mouth."
Musical chairs at CBC as Stephen Quinn and Gloria Macarenko get new gigs

Musical chairs at CBC as Stephen Quinn and Gloria Macarenko get new gigs

Stephen Quinn and Gloria Macarenko, photos CBC It was announced this morning that the host of CBC Vancouver's afternoon show, On the Coast , will be getting a new schedule starting in January.
BREAKING NEWS: Carbon monoxide exposure sends 42 to hospital

BREAKING NEWS: Carbon monoxide exposure sends 42 to hospital

WorkSafe BC called to incident at Windset Farms Saturday afternoon
Vancouver tech company hires ex-U.S. Homeland Security special agent

Vancouver tech company hires ex-U.S. Homeland Security special agent

Robert Whitaker to serve as director of forensics and investigations
Modular homeless housing getting a rough NIMBY reception in Marpole

Modular homeless housing getting a rough NIMBY reception in Marpole

Protesting residents gather across the street from the site where temporary modular housing will be constructed to house homeless people, in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday December 7, 2017.
They found another foot in a shoe on a beach

They found another foot in a shoe on a beach

The B.C. Coroners Service is investigating after a human foot and leg were found on a Jordan River beach. Photograph By Times Colonist A human foot was found on a Vancouver Island this morning, sparking an investigation by the B.C. Coroners Service.
Man charged after woman faces religion-based threat on Skytrain

Man charged after woman faces religion-based threat on Skytrain

Photos of the alleged suspected via the victim Noor on Facebook A man has been charged with assault after police say a woman was the subject of a religion-based threat on a train in Vancouver on Monday night.