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Bacterial infection linked to death of Vancouver Aquarium's false killer whale

Bacterial infection linked to death of Vancouver Aquarium's false killer whale

Chester. Photo Vancouver Aquarium VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Aquarium says preliminary results from a necropsy show a false killer whale that died at the facility last Friday had a bacterial infection.
Luppolo Brewing’s Evoluta beer is WAY better than cake

Luppolo Brewing’s Evoluta beer is WAY better than cake

Photo/The Growler So this Saturday is my son’s first birthday and my wife and I are looking forward to it with a sense of relief and amazement.
Police uniforms, vehicles no longer allowed in Vancouver Pride parade

Police uniforms, vehicles no longer allowed in Vancouver Pride parade

Armed, uniformed police officers ride motorcycles in the 2013 Vancouver Pride Parade.
Credit union sues Real Housewife of Vancouver for nonpayment

Credit union sues Real Housewife of Vancouver for nonpayment

File photo supplied A West Vancouver woman who had two seasons of fame on a reality TV show that focused on lifestyles of Vancouver’s wealthy “housewives” is being sued by her credit union for not paying her overdraft loans.
Police issue warning about high-risk sex offender living in Vancouver

Police issue warning about high-risk sex offender living in Vancouver

Kristjon Otto Olson, 35, a convicted sex offender has been released from custody and is living in a Vancouver halfway house.
B.C. drivers to test app that blocks phone use while behind the wheel

B.C. drivers to test app that blocks phone use while behind the wheel

ICBC plans to test two new devices that it hopes will deter people from texting or talking on a cellphone while behind the wheel.
3 species of termite-dwelling microbes named after Rush band members

3 species of termite-dwelling microbes named after Rush band members

UBC researchers say tiny organisms have long, hair-like flagella and bob about like the members of the prog-rock band Rush
Province rejects Lions Gate Bridge climbing business

Province rejects Lions Gate Bridge climbing business

Mainroad Group staffer Paul Welters gets a remote selfie atop the Lions Gate Bridge as traffic rushes by on the deck below. The province has rejected a plan to let tourists climb the bridge’s 110-metre ladders to the top.
City approves controversial modular housing for homeless in Marpole

City approves controversial modular housing for homeless in Marpole

Modular housing at Main and Terminal. Photo: City of Vancouver Earlier this month, Marpole residents protested the development of new temporary modular housing proposed for W 59th Ave and Heather St.
Olympic Village’s giant birds headed east for the winter

Olympic Village’s giant birds headed east for the winter

Skateboarders and kids blamed for public art’s wear and tear