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Plus-size clothing swap in Vancouver will offer free clothes — and community

A new plus-size clothing swap will offer Vancouverites free second-hand clothing size 14 and up, but organizers say it will also offer more than that. Organizers of YVR Fat Clothing...

Vancouver cupcake thief 'profusely' apologizes to bakery, offers to pay for repairs

An unusual break-in has come full circle after a man who stole six cupcakes from a Vancouver bakery last week apologized and offered to pay for...

B.C.'s first Indigenous golf tournament kicks off this week

Golfers of all ages from across the province began teeing off Monday in B.C.'s first Indigenous golf tournament. Competitors and organizers say it's a step forward...

Vancouver's celebrated Dayton Boots changing its name to Wohlford & Co. in forced rebranding

A highly regarded Vancouver footwear brand is being forced to give the boot to its old name following management controversy and a change in ownership. The new owners...

Cupcake thief breaks into Vancouver bakery, cleans up after himself

He had his cake, and stole it too. A peculiar burglary captured on camera shows a man stealing a box of cupcakes from a Vancouver bakery —...

Bus driver shortage causes some B.C. students to miss school in Sooke school district

Some children who live on the southern tip of Vancouver Island in B.C. have missed school since a bus driver shortage forced the Sooke school district to...

Removal of Stanley Park bike lane draws protesters

Vancouver city staff began removing Stanley Park's temporary bike lane over the long weekend, a process that will restore most of the roads through the...

A B.C. man called a toll-free mental health hotline. He was charged $33 for the call.

A Metro Vancouver man was shocked when his phone provider charged him for a call with a toll-free hotline for mental health support. CBC has agreed...

The oldest Chinese temple in Canada is at risk of closing — unless it raises enough money for major repairs

The oldest Chinese temple in Canada, located in the country's oldest Chinatown, may have to shut down if it can't raise hundreds of thousands of...

Province to provide $8.5 million for Abbotsford flood recovery projects

The provincial government announced Friday $8.5 million in new funding to the City of Abbotsford for several flood recovery and mitigation projects. In November 2021, catastrophic flooding...

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