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With huge stage in sight, Vancouver comedian has come a long way from dissing friends for pizza

Making fun of your friends is great. Making fun of your friends on a stage for pizza is even better. That's how Ola Dada, a 26-year-old...

Stanley Park trails closed as coyotes birth pups and take to dens

The Vancouver Park board is closing off some trails in Stanley Park as coyotes carefully guard their dens and the litters of pups inside.Denning season...

B.C. distiller, whisky association resolve dram drama over product names deemed too Scottish

A Vancouver Island distiller has come to a resolution with a Scottish industry group over allegations his branding would confuse consumers. In 2021, the Edinburgh-based...

Veterans gather in Langley to mark anniversary of critical Korean War battle

After the pandemic scuttled plans last year, veterans and community members were able to gather and commemorate a key anniversary in Canada's military history on Friday....

Surrey bans new ethics investigations until after fall civic election

Surrey council voted Monday evening on a controversial limit to the work of the city's ethics commissioner that some councillors say will stifle accountability. In a...

Sea-to-Sky bus strike hits 10-week mark with talks in neutral, causing widespread frustration

Spencer Wickenden has a straightforward opinion on the now-10-week-old bus strike in B.C.'s Sea-to-Sky region."It sucks," said Wickenden, an Australian who works at a sports bar...

Vancouver council picks spots for 3 stations on proposed SkyTrain extension to UBC

Next stops: Macdonald Street, Alma Street and Jericho Lands. If the City of Vancouver had its way, that's where stations for the proposed UBC SkyTrain...

Balmoral Hotel, the notorious, derelict Downtown Eastside SRO, is set for demolition

The City of Vancouver says the Balmoral Hotel is set to be demolished.The Downtown Eastside single-room occupancy hotel, which has been shuttered since 2017 and in...

B.C. to announce return of school-based sports tournaments Friday

For school sports tournaments, it's game on.B.C.'s education ministry said an announcement is coming Friday regarding the return of team-based school sports tournaments, which were...

Could a vaccine prevent drug deaths and cure addiction? U.S. research draws mixed reaction in B.C.

Some researchers believe vaccines could be a powerful new tool to fight substance use disorder and overdoses, but some experts are expressing caution about the idea.Columbia...

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