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'It's painful to let her go': Someone is selling an old BC Ferries lifeboat

'It's painful to let her go': Someone is selling an old BC Ferries lifeboat

"It's got the strongest hull, it's unsinkable!"
B.C. dog found chained in freezing basement gives birth to 7 puppies

B.C. dog found chained in freezing basement gives birth to 7 puppies

The puppies will be available for adoption soon.
'A scientific sin': 16 Canadian salmon scientists claim DFO sea lice report was manipulated

'A scientific sin': 16 Canadian salmon scientists claim DFO sea lice report was manipulated

16 scientists slam a recent DFO report that found salmon farms had an "insignificant" impact on wild salmon infestations — claiming the report's authors cherry-picked data, ignored scientific consensus and failed to consult with experts outside the department.
Canadian dollar's outlook for 2023 uncertain as interest rate hikes wane: experts

Canadian dollar's outlook for 2023 uncertain as interest rate hikes wane: experts

The outlook for the loonie in 2023 largely depends on commodity prices, how the U.S. dollar fares, and whether central banks are successful in avoiding a major recession, experts said.
Chinese, Black, LGBTQ most targeted in Richmond hate crimes, incidents: RCMP

Chinese, Black, LGBTQ most targeted in Richmond hate crimes, incidents: RCMP

There were 34 hate crimes or hate incidents reported to RCMP last year.
B.C.'s biggest francophone music and cultural festival coming to Coquitlam

B.C.'s biggest francophone music and cultural festival coming to Coquitlam

This is the 34th year for Festival du Bois, which offers musical performances, dancing, food, workshops, shopping and a traditional francophone experience at Mackin Park.
After 14 months at shelter rescued river dog at last has a new home

After 14 months at shelter rescued river dog at last has a new home

Connie arrived at the Delta Community Shelter shortly after the atmospheric river flooding in November 2021
Canada under pressure to ban deep-sea mining as global ocean summit starts in Vancouver

Canada under pressure to ban deep-sea mining as global ocean summit starts in Vancouver

Seabed mining is the hot-button political issue coming into the conference, said Susanna Fuller, a vice-president of Oceans North.
Rain to start, but precipitation will let up over coming week in Vancouver

Rain to start, but precipitation will let up over coming week in Vancouver

Next weekend might actually be nice!
How Stanley Park’s miniature railway stopped rolling

How Stanley Park’s miniature railway stopped rolling

The Ghost Train ticketing website was scheduled to go live Sept. 12, but the mood turned sour on the day the safety inspector arrived.
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