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Dog stolen in Vancouver returned to family, found in Burnaby

Dog stolen in Vancouver returned to family, found in Burnaby

Metro Vancouver Transit Police reunite stolen dog, Ollie the border collie, with his family after a SkyTrain attendant spotted him at the Lougheed SkyTrain station boarding a Coquitlam-bound bus.
Opinion: We can turn to popular culture for lessons about how to live with COVID-19 as endemic

Opinion: We can turn to popular culture for lessons about how to live with COVID-19 as endemic

As COVID-19 transitions from a pandemic to an endemic, apocalyptic science-fiction and zombie movies contain examples of how to adjust to the new normal.
‘Action is better than words’: syilx Elder calls for better protection of water and land

‘Action is better than words’: syilx Elder calls for better protection of water and land

K̓ninm̓tm̓ taʔ n̓q̓ʷic̓tn̓s Wilfred ‘Grouse’ Barnes led a water ceremony during a World Rivers Day community cleanup event
Three-victim sex assault trial could be split up, B.C. court hears

Three-victim sex assault trial could be split up, B.C. court hears

There could be three separate trials, one for each complainant.
Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini accused of child abuse

Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini accused of child abuse

The Vancouver Canucks owner has been accused by his estranged wife of physically and mentally abusing his children.
B.C. hammer attack accused to have psychiatric assessment

B.C. hammer attack accused to have psychiatric assessment

A Coquitlam woman was walking with a group of friends when she was suddenly attacked from behind.
'Continuous spree of offences': Metro Vancouver thief gets time served, one-day jail

'Continuous spree of offences': Metro Vancouver thief gets time served, one-day jail

Miguel Alexandre Thibault pleaded guilty to three counts of theft under $5,000 as well as a breach of a court order.
Will Canada's relaxed travel rules lead to a COVID-19 spike? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in

Will Canada's relaxed travel rules lead to a COVID-19 spike? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in

B.C is preparing for a possible surge of influenza infections at the same time that the virus strikes this fall.
Sheared bolts to blame for Surrey SkyTrain derailment

Sheared bolts to blame for Surrey SkyTrain derailment

An incident in May saw two cars of a four-car Mark 11 train derailed near Scott Road SkyTrain station, disrupting rapid transit service to and from Surrey for 24 hours. 
B.C. retailers confident despite inflation threat

B.C. retailers confident despite inflation threat

Some Canadian apparel retailers are intentionally carrying more inventory