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Water use restricted for critically low Koksilah River on Vancouver Island

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is restricting water use around a river on southeastern Vancouver Island that is so low it says fish populations including steelhead, coho salmon and trout may be threatened.

Residents of tent camp on Vancouver's downtown Eastside ordered out by Wednesday

VANCOUVER — Residents of a tent encampment in a park on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside have been told they have until Wednesday evening to remove their tents and other structures.

Vancouver's 'dude chilling' statue exemplifies accessible public art

Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood rallied around a statue that's inspired celebrity shout-outs and an unofficial name that's stuck around in a testament to the power of public art.

Four year old boy missing in northern B.C. wilderness found unharmed

MACKENZIE, B.C. — The frantic search for a four-year-old boy who went missing in northern British Columbia came to a happy conclusion Sunday when the child was found safe and sound.
How drinking this Vancouver Island beer can help killer whales

How drinking this Vancouver Island beer can help killer whales

‘I call bulls**t’: What Vancouverites said about ‘world’s friendliest city’ label

‘I call bulls**t’: What Vancouverites said about ‘world’s friendliest city’ label

Protest in Vancouver mirrors Hong Kong as opposing sides face off

VANCOUVER — Ongoing mass protests in Hong Kong were mirrored in Vancouver as two opposing camps faced each other outside the Broadway-City Hall transit station on Saturday afternoon.

Recast in bronze, 'The Dude' statue returns to Vancouver's Guelph Park

Vancouver's Guelph Park, also known as "Dude Chilling Park," has its namesake back.

Daycare operator denies wrongdoing in Vancouver toddler's 2017 death

VANCOUVER — The operator of a Vancouver daycare where a toddler was found dead more than two years ago is denying responsibility for the death.

Vancouver Park Board apologizes for erroneously saying swimmer had died

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Park Board is apologizing after a releasing an erroneous report that a swimmer had died after being rescued from a pool on Sunday evening.