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West Vancouver Police seek Upper Levels wrong way driver

West Vancouver Police seek Upper Levels wrong way driver

Driver on wrong side of highway results in one collision, several near misses
Hamburglar-like thieves strike in North Vancouver

Hamburglar-like thieves strike in North Vancouver

North Vancouver RCMP are on the lookout for thieves with a taste for high-end jewelry, sunglasses – and McDonald’s hamburgers.
E. coli outbreak in B.C. cheese makes five people sick, prompts warning

E. coli outbreak in B.C. cheese makes five people sick, prompts warning

The provincial centre for disease control is warning consumers to throw away Little Qualicum Cheeseworks Qualicum Spice cheese
Marrisa Shen investigators may have done DNA sweep of Middle Eastern men

Marrisa Shen investigators may have done DNA sweep of Middle Eastern men

Civil liberties expert says the case raises serious questions about racial profiling
80 years ago people walked across the Lions Gate Bridge for the first time

80 years ago people walked across the Lions Gate Bridge for the first time

Eighty years ago Vancouverites first walked across a new span from Stanley Park to West Vancouver – a bridge that was to be the entrance to Greater Vancouver, like another famous bridge in California.
Vancouver company set to dive into the biggest underwater sinkhole in the world

Vancouver company set to dive into the biggest underwater sinkhole in the world

Aquatica Submarines is preparing for an epic, deep-sea dive into the bottom of Belize’s Blue Hole
'Super yacht' Attessa IV involved in fatal collision at sea

'Super yacht' Attessa IV involved in fatal collision at sea

U.S. authorities investigating after crash near San Diego
14th annual National Aboriginal Veterans Day observed in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

14th annual National Aboriginal Veterans Day observed in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Aboriginal veterans were honoured at a ceremony at the Victory Square Cenotaph to mark the 14 th annual National Aboriginal Veterans Day, Nov. 8.
West Vancouver goes to court to sell donated land

West Vancouver goes to court to sell donated land

The District of West Vancouver will be in court next week seeking permission to sell off a piece of land donated to the municipality so it could be used as a park.
Police warn public of high-risk violent sexual offender now residing in Vancouver

Police warn public of high-risk violent sexual offender now residing in Vancouver

Vancouver Police have issued a warning to the public that a high-risk federal offender is residing in the city, and may be of risk to the safety of young boys.