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Robbery witness: 'In the doorway is standing a guy and he is carrying an assault rifle'

Robbery witness: 'In the doorway is standing a guy and he is carrying an assault rifle'

Hiding alone in the bank manager's office while the gunman went to the vault, Shelli Fryer dialed 911 and left the line open, “praying they wouldn’t talk.”
Vancouver plans for removal of beached barge, months after it washed up during storm

Vancouver plans for removal of beached barge, months after it washed up during storm

VANCOUVER — A timeline has finally been announced for the removal of a huge barge that wedged itself onto a beach in Vancouver's English Bay last November.
B.C. stock promoter used Colombia 'boiler room' in offshore scheme, SEC alleges

B.C. stock promoter used Colombia 'boiler room' in offshore scheme, SEC alleges

Former Vancouver investment adviser Bradley Moynes is charged with multiple counts of securities fraud.
Second Burnaby resident becomes millionaire in two weeks

Second Burnaby resident becomes millionaire in two weeks

Maria Hecimovic says she plans to retire five years earlier than originally planned.
New flood watch, high stream advisories, evacuation alerts as rains swell B.C. rivers

New flood watch, high stream advisories, evacuation alerts as rains swell B.C. rivers

VANCOUVER — Recent heavy rains across British Columbia's central and southern Interior are swelling river levels in many areas, prompting a renewed flood watch and more high streamflow advisories.
Vancouver Shipyards violated welder's rights with drug tests, labour relations board rules

Vancouver Shipyards violated welder's rights with drug tests, labour relations board rules

An employee at the North Van shipyard was awarded $1,000 in damages after a BC Labour Relations Board arbitrator ruled three drug tests following a minor workplace accident weren't justified.
Big changes coming to North Van's Phibbs Exchange bus loop

Big changes coming to North Van's Phibbs Exchange bus loop

The $30-million project should modernize the transit hub and make the commute a lot more pleasant
Two officers undergo surgery, third in hospital after fatal shooting at Saanich bank

Two officers undergo surgery, third in hospital after fatal shooting at Saanich bank

Homes and businesses near the bank were evacuated when police discovered a “potential explosive device” in a vehicle. The B.C. RCMP explosives disposal unit was called in to deal with the device but has since left the scene.
B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

Premier John Horgan said after two bouts of cancer — throat cancer in 2021 and bladder cancer in 2008 — he is tired.
How a 'pragmatic' Horgan reshaped BC NDP’s economic identity

How a 'pragmatic' Horgan reshaped BC NDP’s economic identity

Party's reputation as 'big spenders' and 'debt raisers' shifted under Horgan's leadership