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'I was stunned': B.C. Crown prosecutor describes courthouse attack

'I was stunned': B.C. Crown prosecutor describes courthouse attack

The Crown prosecutor was walking with a security guard when a man attacked her a block from Vancouver Provincial Court.
Don't shame me because I grieve for my cat

Don't shame me because I grieve for my cat

When an animal joins a family, they are knit into its fabric, but when they pass, they leave holes that need time to repair.
'My fault' — Allvin takes responsibility for Mikheyev's struggles

'My fault' — Allvin takes responsibility for Mikheyev's struggles

“I'm not happy sitting here today. Definitely not satisfied,” said general manager Patrik Allvin at the Vancouver Canucks' end-of-year media availability.
North Vancouver's Mosquito Creek Marina empties as eviction date looms

North Vancouver's Mosquito Creek Marina empties as eviction date looms

Boat owners mooring at the North Van marina will have to remove their vessels by May 31, or risk losing their assets.
Lionel Messi isn't coming to Vancouver, won't play in Whitecaps-Inter Miami match

Lionel Messi isn't coming to Vancouver, won't play in Whitecaps-Inter Miami match

"We understand [Messi] will not make this trip"
Will Metro Vancouver have frequent powerful storms this 'Juneuary'?

Will Metro Vancouver have frequent powerful storms this 'Juneuary'?

Metro Vancouver's June is often called "Juneuary" because it sees bouts of markedly cold temperatures and plentiful rainfall.
Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

RICHMOND, B.C. — Retailer London Drugs says cybercriminals who stole files from its corporate head office last month have released some of the data after it refused to pay a ransom. The Richmond, B.C.
B.C. manufacturers face growing regulatory burdens after pandemic rebound

B.C. manufacturers face growing regulatory burdens after pandemic rebound

Canada's Modern Slavery Act requires certain companies to report to government.
Port Moody has 'way bigger fish to fry' than setting up a lobbyist registry: mayor

Port Moody has 'way bigger fish to fry' than setting up a lobbyist registry: mayor

A lobbyist registry set up by Surrey in 2008 records nearly 300 entries annually.
Kid finds dead shark washed up on B.C. beach

Kid finds dead shark washed up on B.C. beach

"It is not common to see these sharks washed up on shore," says one DFO scientist.