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Family of teen who died by suicide says psychiatrist appointment came too late

Family of teen who died by suicide says psychiatrist appointment came too late

Charges recommended after alleged assault at Richmond-Brighouse Station

Charges recommended after alleged assault at Richmond-Brighouse Station

The suspect was identified as a 27-year-old Richmond man and the Transit Police are recommending a charge of assault.
Family, friends of Trina Hunt release touching video to spur search efforts

Family, friends of Trina Hunt release touching video to spur search efforts

Port Moody woman has been missing since Jan. 18; nine days later, family and friends posted a video on Facebook with a description, photos and messages from loved ones
Baby shot delays due to COVID-19 contact tracing upsets Port Coquitlam mom

Baby shot delays due to COVID-19 contact tracing upsets Port Coquitlam mom

Mom says she waited two months to get her baby vaccinated, then the appointment was cancelled. Fraser Health says it's re-booking appointments and the waiting list for Tri-City child immunizations has been eliminated
Jojo Siwa flew into Vancouver wearing an almost-perfect "disguise"

Jojo Siwa flew into Vancouver wearing an almost-perfect "disguise"

The celebrity vlogger is currently in mandatory quarantine
Win a lottery and buy the Point Roberts Marina

Win a lottery and buy the Point Roberts Marina

Chinese businessmen bought the marina back in 2015

Search suspended for plane lost in waters between Victoria and Port Angeles, Wash.

VICTORIA — The search for a small plane that issued a mayday distress call before losing contact over the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Washington and Vancouver Island has been suspended.
Deer enters B.C. home through the dog door

Deer enters B.C. home through the dog door

A TV and other household items were damaged as a result
B.C. premier says jumping COVID-19 vaccine line 'un-Canadian,' no penthouse parties

B.C. premier says jumping COVID-19 vaccine line 'un-Canadian,' no penthouse parties

VICTORIA — Most people in British Columbia are doing their best to follow public health guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, but some are acting badly, Premier John Horgan said Wednesday. Horgan also highlighted the case of a B.C.
Delta city council moves toward First Nations land acknowledgment

Delta city council moves toward First Nations land acknowledgment

Motion aimed at reconciliation and building stronger relationships with Indigenous peoples