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The biggest Christmas store in Western Canada is now open for the season

The biggest Christmas store in Western Canada is now open for the season

Man arrested after crash in Kamloops, B.C., kills 2, critically injures 1

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — An arrest has been made following a deadly hit-and-run crash near the centre of Kamloops, B.C., early Sunday.

New urgent and primary care centre opens in North Vancouver to serve North Shore

VANCOUVER — A new urgent and primary care centre has opened in North Vancouver as part of the province's strategy to deliver faster and better health care to people in the province.
16 SeaBus sailings cancelled on third day of transit worker job action

16 SeaBus sailings cancelled on third day of transit worker job action

VANCOUVER — TransLink says more SeaBus sailings between downtown Vancouver and the North Shore are being cancelled as a transit workers' job action enters its third day. The transit authority says it expects to cancel 16 SeaBus sailings Sunday.

Otter sighting shuts down Vancouver Chinese garden, 6 koi dead

VANCOUVER — A pond in the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver is temporarily closed after an otter allegedly killed six koi over the course of several days.

Protesters gather at gender identity speaker's talk despite location switch

VANCOUVER — Dozens of protesters gathered outside the venue of a panel discussion on gender and sexuality — the location of which was kept secret until shortly before the event due to security concerns.

Man, 26, found dead in Chilliwack, BC., believed to be 'targeted for murder'

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — Homicide investigators are probing the death of a man whose body was found in Chilliwack, B.C., on Friday morning.
Otter sighting shuts down Vancouver Chinese garden, 6 koi dead

Otter sighting shuts down Vancouver Chinese garden, 6 koi dead

VANCOUVER — A pond in the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver is temporarily closed after an otter allegedly killed six koi over the course of several days.

High-risk offender back in custody after failing to return to halfway house

Vancouver police say a high-risk offender is back in custody after breaching his conditions of federal release. The Vancouver Police Department says in a statement Saturday morning that the 33-year-old is in custody in the Vancouver Jail.
Transit worker job action to cancel 20 SeaBus sailings

Transit worker job action to cancel 20 SeaBus sailings

VANCOUVER — TransLink says it expected to cancel 20 SeaBus sailings on Saturday as transit workers enter their second day of job action. The transit authority says sailings between 4:15 p.m. and 9:15 p.m.