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Vancouver entrepreneur joins Dragons' Den

Vancouver entrepreneur joins Dragons' Den

"CBC has asked me to join the team of Dragons on Dragon’s Den!! I couldn’t be more fired up!"
Podcast explores unsolved murders of three teens in Victoria more than 30 years ago

Podcast explores unsolved murders of three teens in Victoria more than 30 years ago

Sweethearts, the sixth season of Laura Palmer’s Island Crime podcast, looks at the lives and deaths of the three girls, and argues the cases could be connected
VIU is starting to shut down some of its academic programs

VIU is starting to shut down some of its academic programs

The board of governors cancelled four academic programs last week
RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., search for vehicle submerged in Fraser River

RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., search for vehicle submerged in Fraser River

COQUITLAM, B.C. — Police in Metro Vancouver say an underwater recovery team is working to locate a vehicle submerged in the Fraser River and determine whether it was occupied.
Vancouver 'one of the most resilient cities' for commercial real estate

Vancouver 'one of the most resilient cities' for commercial real estate

A look into predictions from the Vancouver Real Estate Forum for three commercial real estate markets in 2024.
West Vancouver memorial scholarship honours Keen Lau and his dog Loki

West Vancouver memorial scholarship honours Keen Lau and his dog Loki

The pair died in a tragic drowning accident in West Van's Cypress Creek last year
Murder trial shows Richmond diners scramble as bullets blast through window

Murder trial shows Richmond diners scramble as bullets blast through window

Richard Charles Reed stands accused of shooting up a Richmond sushi restaurant, killing Jian Jun Zhu and injuring Paul King Jin.
Is it safe to visit Mexico? What Canadians must know about the updated 2024 travel advisory

Is it safe to visit Mexico? What Canadians must know about the updated 2024 travel advisory

Here is everything you need to know.
Low winter snowfall kills summer ski camps at Whistler Blackcomb

Low winter snowfall kills summer ski camps at Whistler Blackcomb

The Horstman Glacier will not open for 2024 due to low snowpack
Toxic drug supply claims 177 lives in B.C. in February: Coroners Service

Toxic drug supply claims 177 lives in B.C. in February: Coroners Service

VICTORIA — The BC Coroners Service says 177 people died in February due to "toxic, unregulated drugs." The service says at least 175 people have died because of the toxic drug supply in each of the last 20 consecutive months.