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Health officials announced another 20 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, but said there have been no additional deaths since their last update.
Awoman in her early to mid-50s died while leaving the building at 133 Pender Street, according to Vancouver FIre and Rescue Services.
Bacon’s defence lawyer Kevin Westell said if the judge accepts their proposal, factoring in time served his client will have “somewhere between five or six years left to serve.”
Surveillance video obtained by CTV News shows a stranger creep up behind a woman and punch her with such force, she was knocked flat to the ground.
Years spent policing in Vancouver’s most troubled neighbourhood convinced two of Metro Vancouver's most influential police officers to advocate for the decriminalization of simple possession of hard drugs
Health officials in British Columbia are preparing to share an update on their efforts to test for COVID-19 antibodies late next week.
B.C.'s police watchdog is hoping to speak to the driver and passenger of a newer-model Mazda CX3 who dropped off a man at the ferry terminal on May 29.
A Vancouver teacher has voluntarily agreed not to teach at B.C. schools pending an investigation into allegations he had sexually assaulted a Grade 11 student, but was teaching golf at a private facility in the interim.
Jack Lincoln Kelley has been charged with 15 offences in total, including sexual assault, assault and unlawful confinement.
A family hoping to fundraise the $3 million cost of a new drug to treat their baby daughter has seen donations skyrocket over the past few days: $800,000 has been donated in just one week, pushing the total to $1 million.
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Christopher Lloyd Dixon, 38, is wanted for an alleged sex assault against an adult man and girl under 18 in August 2017.
Opinion: The forestry-dependent community's troubles have not gone unnoticed by Horgan, but so far his government hasn’t determined much in the way of relief.
"This investigation is not trying to determine whether racism exists in B.C.'s health-care system. It does exist, just as it does in every aspect of Canadian society — Mary Ellent Turpel-Lafond
A Canadian man has become an American hero after rescuing a baby bald eagle from a B.C. lake on the 4th of July.
Opinion: Cannabis retailer's application to city hall included support purportedly from neighbouring businesses. Those businesses' managers had no idea.
Red Scorpion gangster Jamie Bacon admits he was involved in plot that led to 2007 murders
Joseph Holland, 43, charged with shooting deaths of 72-year-old Dennis Wragg and 68-year-old Paul Tonks
"I knew this wasn't something we could get through separately. We had to pull together." — Jocelyn Wong
Strathcona Park neighbourhood resident Sean Carvajal isn't comfortable using the park any more as "it's a potentially dangerous place to be because there's no social distancing happening."
Bookmanager's list of the top selling books and new releases for the week of July 4.
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Opinion: We need to incentivize both buying and growing B.C. products and now is the time to consider bold ideas rooted in new technological developments.
Matthew Lowe discusses the problems with comparing Denmark and Canada in terms of home care.
Bo and Holly Horvat have joined the COVID-19 Baby Club, albeit dad is trying to join the Stanley Cup Club while mom stays home to look after the infant
The well-regarded ex-Canucks scout has landed on his feet with the Minnesota Wild.
"If people want to continue asking me about my height, they’re just wasting their breath — I’m not paying attention to it. The last thing I need is to have that cloud in my mind — I’ve got pucks whizzing by my head at 95 miles per hour." — Canucks goalie prospect Mike DiPietro
Nine positive coronavirus tests spelled the end of Nashville's time as part of the MLS is Back Tournament. Chicago has been moved from Group A to Group B, where they will face Seattle, San Jose and the Whitecaps in round-robin play
Heliopsis among longest blooming daisy-flowered perennials and strong stems are excellent for cutting.
Transparency is essential to ensure responsible business practices and enables a strata corporation to identify the services provided and compensate for them appropriately.
OPINION: National Anthem Ordinance insists that people in Hong Kong respect China's National Anthem and bans anyone from insulting it.
"No doubt the pandemic has raised the stakes for their performance, but the sheer number of violent police encounters is troubling." writes Roger Bjaanes
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"If you told me on day one that it was going to be 105 days I don't think I could have done it, but with the support of all these people, family and loved ones we did it."
RCMP in Pender Harbour say they’re investigating the hanging of a banner at a local school as a hate crime. Nadia Stewart has the details.
After contracting the coronavirus and spending more than 100 days in hospital, Dr. Greg Phillips has now been given a clean bill of health, and finally returned home. Aaron McArthur reports
A B.C. stunt school is aiming to fill a glaring gap in Hollywood North production: the lack of women of colour in the industry. Paul Johnson checked in on a class of women getting “fast and furious.”
While B.C. is doing well in curbing the spread of COVID-19, long term care homes are still a concern. Keith Baldrey reports.
B.C. premier John Horgan held his weekly briefing on the coronavirus pandemic and his governments response. One of the issues now on the table is how to deal with Americans who come across the border. Richard Zussman reports.
Red Scorpions gang member Jamie Bacon has pleaded guilty to two counts, including conspiracy to commit murder in relation to the 2007 ‘Surrey Six’ massacre. Rumina Daya has the details
The Thursday, July 9, 2020 evening weather forecast for Metro Vancouver and British Columbia.