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Vancouver targeted by Chinese police for 'service centre': reports

Vancouver targeted by Chinese police for 'service centre': reports

Safeguard Defenders says media reports indicate a Chinese police-run 'service station' may be operating in Vancouver.
B.C. man pleads not guilty in brother's stabbing death

B.C. man pleads not guilty in brother's stabbing death

The BC Prosecution Service approved the second-degree murder charge against Alexander Trimble on June 6.
What did vegetarians eat 115 years ago? This historic Vancouver menu has answers

What did vegetarians eat 115 years ago? This historic Vancouver menu has answers

Want some nut cream toast or a nut sandwich?
Not criminally responsible, defence says in B.C. courthouse stabbing case

Not criminally responsible, defence says in B.C. courthouse stabbing case

Fear led the woman to carry a knife and hammer, the court heard.
Safety alert: Canada-wide recall of Tums due to 'contamination'

Safety alert: Canada-wide recall of Tums due to 'contamination'

The recalled product poses a risk of injury.
Snow statement: Environment Canada issues alert about incoming winter weather

Snow statement: Environment Canada issues alert about incoming winter weather

Tomorrow morning's commute could be brutal
Quality of life signs to check for your aging pet

Quality of life signs to check for your aging pet

Having a pet can be a lot of fun, but as pets reach their golden years, they require a lot more health care to stay healthy and happy.
Opinion: Indigenous spiritual teaching in schools can foster reconciliation and inclusion

Opinion: Indigenous spiritual teaching in schools can foster reconciliation and inclusion

Spirituality is a vital part of Indigenous identities. Incorporating spiritual education can create space in schools where Indigenous students can learn and grow.
The keepers of Cheewaht: Restoring an ecosystem for generations to come

The keepers of Cheewaht: Restoring an ecosystem for generations to come

The Cheewaht Lake watershed provides a home for dense and rare biodiversity.
The new faces of B.C.’s labour movement

The new faces of B.C.’s labour movement

Sussanne Skidmore and Hermender Singh Kailley win top jobs at the BC Federation of Labour. What’s their agenda?
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