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Rogue ‘bull’ spotted travelling from Richmond to New West on Saturday (VIDEO)

Rogue ‘bull’ spotted travelling from Richmond to New West on Saturday (VIDEO)

Roads were blocked in Queensborough as the animal travelled back and forth on the highway
Airbnb goes to court in B.C. to block release of hosts’ names and addresses

Airbnb goes to court in B.C. to block release of hosts’ names and addresses

Airbnb filed a petition to B.C. Supreme Court on January 28, claiming the Information and Privacy Commissioner unreasonably ordered the City of Vancouver to release license numbers and addresses associated with short-term rental licenses
B.C. tribunal accepts racial profiling complaint against Hudson's Bay

B.C. tribunal accepts racial profiling complaint against Hudson's Bay

A Black Vancouver man who says he was racially profiled for suspected shoplifting will get his day before B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal after it accepted a complaint against Hudson's Bay Company
Two years in, B.C. charts potential path out of COVID-19 pandemic

Two years in, B.C. charts potential path out of COVID-19 pandemic

B.C.'s top doctor, who described the current Omicron wave as a 'very severe influenza season,' says she hopes to ease some restrictions on gatherings in time for Family Day.
Safety alert: Canada-wide recall issued for treadmills due to fire hazard

Safety alert: Canada-wide recall issued for treadmills due to fire hazard

You should immediately stop using the treadmill and unplug it.
Corruption in Canada worst in a decade, finds international watchdog

Corruption in Canada worst in a decade, finds international watchdog

Canada has, once again, slipped down the Transparency Canada rankings for corruption to 13th place
'It pierced me in three places': Tourist launches fundraising campaign after alleged stabbing in Vancouver (VIDEO)

'It pierced me in three places': Tourist launches fundraising campaign after alleged stabbing in Vancouver (VIDEO)

The tourist was allegedly attacked at random in a Tim Hortons.
He requested an emotional support dog but his Vancouver strata shot it down. A tribunal agreed

He requested an emotional support dog but his Vancouver strata shot it down. A tribunal agreed

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal upheld a Vancouver strata's decision to deny a man an emotional support dog on the grounds that he didn't provide enough information
Council endorses most direct route for Burnaby Mountain-SFU gondola project

Council endorses most direct route for Burnaby Mountain-SFU gondola project

Route one opposed by many Forest Grove residents
Surprise evidence sidelines former B.C. legislature clerk's corruption trial

Surprise evidence sidelines former B.C. legislature clerk's corruption trial

New evidence from legislature's executive financial officer could be 'exculpatory,' says special Crown prosecutor