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Sustained low wages can cause memory to decline faster, new study finds

Sustained low wages can cause memory to decline faster, new study finds

New study examines the relationship between low wages during working years and later-life cognitive functioning.
YVR's July traffic surges past two million

YVR's July traffic surges past two million

Vancouver airport’s passenger volume is 79 per cent of pre-pandemic level
Police issue warning about 11 men allegedly connected to Lower Mainland gang conflict

Police issue warning about 11 men allegedly connected to Lower Mainland gang conflict

Those involved in the Lower Mainland gang violence are not constrained to the Lower Mainland, says the CFSEU
Here's how TransLink is spending $24.5M to improve getting around in Vancouver

Here's how TransLink is spending $24.5M to improve getting around in Vancouver

That means more sidewalks, bike lanes and bus stop cuts!
'We all are heartbroken': Community mourns teens killed in Burnaby crash

'We all are heartbroken': Community mourns teens killed in Burnaby crash

A candlelight vigil for Yabsrat Ytatek, 17, and Samir Ali, 18, drew hundreds to the crash site on 10th Avenue Monday.
B.C. teacher gets 15-year ban for intimate relationships with students after graduation

B.C. teacher gets 15-year ban for intimate relationships with students after graduation

The Surrey teacher has not taught in the K-12 education system since 2015.
Ice cream truck operator says inflation is chilling business, despite summer swelter

Ice cream truck operator says inflation is chilling business, despite summer swelter

It's not just high gas prices ice cream truck operator Meedo Falou is dealing with. "Maintenance went up. Truck parts went up," he says.
Proposed prices for federal gun buyback all over the place, say local gun owners

Proposed prices for federal gun buyback all over the place, say local gun owners

The federal government is seeking feedback on the proposed compensation amounts for individual firearm owners
Man who defrauded Indigenous youth while posing as a social worker sentenced to 5 years in prison

Man who defrauded Indigenous youth while posing as a social worker sentenced to 5 years in prison

A man who forged social worker credentials and defrauded youth under his care — many of whom were Indigenous — has been sentenced to five years in prison.
25 ways millennial lives are different than their grandparents

25 ways millennial lives are different than their grandparents

Anyone who's read the news lately has heard about millennials “killing” a number of industries: vacations, beer, napkins, cereal, golf, and diamonds, to name a few.