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Distracted driving tickets are mounting. Being unable to stay away from our phone is to blame, officials say

As a media relations officer with Burnaby RCMP, Cpl. Mike Kalanj hears many stories from fellow officers, but admits some of the most outrageous come from those...

Conservationists hope growing interest in birding will lead to increased protections

David Bradley loves birds and enjoys spending time alone with them in nature, but the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have reduced his chances to sit in...

Taking direct action against invasive species is helping these volunteers calm their climate anxiety

People who spend their free time doing back-breaking labour to remove invasive plants from their local green spaces say it's worth it because they're doing...

Vancouver council to consider apology to Italian community over treatment during WWII

A staff report going to Vancouver council on Wednesday outlines how an official apology should be issued to the city's Italian community over injustices during...

Age-old awareness practice features at Vancouver conference about the future

Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche was probably one of the most sought-after person for selfie requests at the TED 2022 convention in Vancouver this week as he walked...

'Heat officer' at TED conference outlines desperate need for cities to cope with rising temperatures

At the TED 2022 conference in Vancouver on Thursday, Europe's first ever official to be appointed to help her city deal with rising temperatures due...

Vancouver disc golf players hope pop-up event spins into more support for new courses

One of Vancouver's pitch and putt golf courses replaced golf balls with flying discs on Saturday to showcase a sport that advocates say has been...

B.C. man seeking reimbursement for car bought with ex told by tribunal it's worth $0

A B.C. man has lost his bid to recover what he paid for a vehicle bought with his girlfriend — not because he isn't entitled...

B.C. Interior search and rescue team adds volunteers as it braces for another record year

One of the busiest search and rescue outfits in B.C. hopes it's done enough to expand to meet a record number of rescues in the...

Regulatory body wraps up investigation into engineers involved in B.C.'s Mt. Polley mine disaster

Nearly eight years after the largest environmental mining disaster in Canadian history, B.C.'s engineering regulatory and licensing body has wrapped up its investigation into three engineers...

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