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The 'Dangerous Six': Vancouver police identify potential targets of public gang violence

The 'Dangerous Six': Vancouver police identify potential targets of public gang violence

'Police are expecting this violence to continue and to potentially escalate'
Avalanche Canada to expand safety services in B.C. with $10-million provincial grant

Avalanche Canada to expand safety services in B.C. with $10-million provincial grant

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is providing a $10-million grant to a not-for-profit organization dedicated to avalanche safety.
Cold front hits southern B.C., snow possible in mountain passes: Environment Canada

Cold front hits southern B.C., snow possible in mountain passes: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — A run of late spring sunshine and warm temperatures is coming to a chilly end for parts of British Columbia.
To restore Sidney Island’s ecology, a push to kill hundreds of fallow deer

To restore Sidney Island’s ecology, a push to kill hundreds of fallow deer

Parks Canada say the eradication of fallow deer is essential to restore the natural ecology on the small island
'Cat 1, coyote 0': Metro Vancouver police camera catches house cat chasing away coyote (VIDEO)

'Cat 1, coyote 0': Metro Vancouver police camera catches house cat chasing away coyote (VIDEO)

IRL Wile E. Coyote meeting Sylvester
UBC professor located dead on Salt Spring Island

UBC professor located dead on Salt Spring Island

Police do not believe criminality was involved
Vancouver mayor, police apologize to retired B.C. judge for wrongful detainment

Vancouver mayor, police apologize to retired B.C. judge for wrongful detainment

VANCOUVER — The mayor of Vancouver says he is "appalled" that police officers wrongfully detained and handcuffed a retired British Columbia Supreme Court justice out for a walk on Friday morning.
Drought is on Metro Vancouver's horizon — will fixing water scarcity cost too much?

Drought is on Metro Vancouver's horizon — will fixing water scarcity cost too much?

Metro Vancouver has banked at least 60% of the region's future water supply on the Coquitlam Reservoir. But as it moves to secure municipal water for the next half-century, the fate of an Indigenous community and the river they live on is at stake.
Heroes honoured for saving drowning man in Lynn Canyon

Heroes honoured for saving drowning man in Lynn Canyon

Good Samaritans receive Fire Chief’s Commendation for role in March 26 river rescue
Richmond health-food business makes Financial Times list of fastest-growing companies

Richmond health-food business makes Financial Times list of fastest-growing companies

The profit growth was driven by different factors, including collaborating with Canadian retailers to make health products more accessible and expanding into international markets.