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Demonstrators in B.C. vow solidarity with protesters in Iran as unrest continues

The death of a young Iranian woman in police custody has sparked protests in Iran and around the world, including in British Columbia.Mahsa Amini, 22, died...

Cooler weather brings hope for relief as Battleship Mountain wildfire continues to burn

More than 1,000 people from Hudson's Hope, B.C., are still out of their homes as the Battleship Mountain wildfire continues to burn out of control.The wildfire...

What you need to know about Monday's day of mourning in B.C. and how it will work

B.C. has designated Monday as a day of mourning to mark the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's declaration of a federal holiday to mourn...

The renaissance of Hogan's Alley: Deal struck to revive Vancouver's historic Black neighbourhood

For decades, Hogan's Alley served as a hub for Vancouver's Black community before city planning in the 1970s led to the displacement of a once-vibrant neighbourhood. Now,...

Efforts underway to save West Vancouver's Navvy Jack House

A group of citizens in West Vancouver are hoping to raise money to save the Navvy Jack House, believed to be the oldest building on...

Being the first in your family to go to university can be challenging. This UBC club wants to help

As the first person in her family to attend university, Zahra Fazal says she sometimes didn't know where to turn to for information other than Google.After...

Downward trend continues as COVID-19 hospitalizations fall 7.5 per cent in 1 week

The number of people in hospital with COVID-19 declined for the fourth straight week, while the number of patients in critical care has also dipped...

Pat McGeer — former B.C. cabinet minister, basketball player, scientist — dies at 95

Former B.C. cabinet minister Pat McGeer died Monday at the age of 95. McGeer represented the Vancouver-Point Grey riding from 1962 to 1986, first as a...

Concerns over salmon prompt calls to pause Trans Mountain construction on Coquihalla River

Construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has started in the Coquihalla River in Hope, B.C., at the same time as the salmon migration — prompting calls...

Retired B.C. elementary school teacher, 82, arrested after investigation into sex assaults

North Vancouver RCMP say they have arrested a retired elementary school teacher as part of an investigation into allegations of sexual assault dating back more than...

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