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Patients in labour may be diverted from Squamish hospital due to staff shortage

Expectant patients in the Sea to Sky region might be diverted to hospitals in Metro Vancouver this month due to staffing issues at Squamish General Hospital. Vancouver Coastal...

Cyclist killed in collision with dump truck in downtown Vancouver

Police are investigating after a cyclist was killed in a collision with a dump truck in downtown Vancouver Wednesday morning.The accident happened at the intersection...

1 arrested after glass door shattered at city hall during 'stop the sweeps' protest

Police are investigating after one person was arrested for mischief following a protest at Vancouver City Hall Wednesday afternoon that left broken glass in its...

City of Vancouver apologizes for harm caused during daily street sweeps in the Downtown Eastside

The City of Vancouver apologized for harm caused during daily "street sweeps" of the Downtown Eastside and vowed to find an alternative way to keep the streets clear in...

Veterans battling mental health challenges learn to paint in the B.C. wilderness

Christopher Hennebery has used painting as a form of therapy his whole life.Now, the civilian member of the Canadian Forces is sharing this outlet with other...

B.C. man returns book to U.K. library — more than 48 years overdue

What is the latest you've ever returned an overdue library book? For one B.C. man, it took 48 years and 107 days. Staff at the Tooting Library...

Vancouver Park Board approves 20-year strategy to upgrade skateboarding infrastructure

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation will invest up to $19.6 million to improve the city's skateboarding infrastructure over the next two decades. CitySkate, a strategy...

One of Vancouver's rainbow ferries gets an electric makeover

One of Vancouver's iconic rainbow passenger ferries has a new electric engine. Aquabus owner Jeff Pratt, whose family has run the company since 1985, says it's been a...

Vancouver Park Board commemorates former Vice Chair Grace McCarthy with plaza and plaque

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation commemorated its former Vice Chair Grace McCarthy with a new plaque and plaza. McCarthy died in 2017 at age 89, after a...

Vancouver parents, advocate speak out about daycare waitlist fees

Vancouver resident Rory Richards, who began looking for daycare services for her twin daughters before they were born five years ago, says she has yet...

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