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"Marpole Students for Modular Housing" share message of compassion

"Marpole Students for Modular Housing" share message of compassion

Last week, the City of Vancouver approved controversial temporary modular housing for homeless and low-income people living in Marpole.
Grey Goose and cans of Bud on tap at latest Richmond booze can (PHOTOS)

Grey Goose and cans of Bud on tap at latest Richmond booze can (PHOTOS)

Richmond RCMP announced Tuesday the bust of another illegal “booze can” operating in the city. The bust took place in a nondescript industrial park near No. 5 and Bridgeport roads.
Wrongful conviction award for B.C. man capped at $8 million

Wrongful conviction award for B.C. man capped at $8 million

Ivan Henry, who was wrongfully convicted of sexual assault in 1983, leaves B.C. Supreme Court during a lunch break in Vancouver, B.C., on Monday August 31, 2015. The B.C.
Embezzling bookkeeper who defrauded non-profit avoids jail time

Embezzling bookkeeper who defrauded non-profit avoids jail time

Her fraud contributed to the financial collapse of a non-profit organization that helped First Nations businesses
BC Corrections "inadvertently released" suspected bank robber: RCMP

BC Corrections "inadvertently released" suspected bank robber: RCMP

Police believe Dean Zastowny, arrested in connection with Burnaby and Abbotsford robberies, may be armed and dangerous
Outdoor ice rink, water park, new restaurants coming to Shipyards in Lower Lonsdale

Outdoor ice rink, water park, new restaurants coming to Shipyards in Lower Lonsdale

More tenants have been revealed for the Shipyards Lot 5 development in North Vancouver's growing Lower Lonsdale area.
Tim Hortons named Canada’s top franchise

Tim Hortons named Canada’s top franchise

Fast-food firms dominate the list of the top 10 Canadian franchises as ranked by BeTheBoss--and Tim Hortons is number one.
Two Vancouver community pools avoid wrecking ball (for now)

Two Vancouver community pools avoid wrecking ball (for now)

It appears that two of the city’s community pools have been saved from the wrecking ball, at least for the time being.
Rick Cluff announces retirement from the CBC

Rick Cluff announces retirement from the CBC

We're soon going to be missing a veteran radio voice in Vancouver: Rick Cluff announced his retirement from the CBC today.
Funeral chain creates campaign to underscore the dangers of fentanyl

Funeral chain creates campaign to underscore the dangers of fentanyl

A poster sends a stark message — part of a public awareness campaign launched by Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Services. LANGLEY, B.C.