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1 hr ago | Vancouver Sun
The wrecking ball has destroyed many of the city's older homes in recent years, victims of the overheated development and real estate markets.
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5 hrs ago | Lifestyles
Revelations of several death threats, including a $500,000 bounty on the life of a former British Columbia gang kingpin, failed to persuade a judge to grant the man extra protections before he resumed testimony against alleged ex-associates.
6 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery
Marion County has put a stop to a company that was converting human tissue - and possibly aborted fetuses - into electricity for Oregon homes.
11 hrs ago | GlobalNews
Vancouver Police say charges have now been laid in a 2012 fatal crash in East Vancouver that killed a pedestrian and sent another to hospital.
15 hrs ago | Squamish Chief
On weekdays, the 21-seat bus leaves from the Squamish Adventure Centre at 7 a.m. and ends its trip at the Waterfront Station on West Cordova Street.
19 hrs ago | North Shore News
Former mayor and current candidate for the federal Liberal nomination in West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country Pamela Goldsmith-Jones Photo file, North Shore News Former mayor and current candidate for the federal Liberal nomination in West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country Pamela Goldsmith-Jones West Vancouver's former mayor, ... (more)
Rob Kavanagh, of Able Auctions, displays a mountain bike worth $3,200 retail, which will be auctioned off for about 20% of that at the annual Vancouver Police Recovery Auction.
The number of homeless people in Metro Vancouver rose five per cent over the past three years, a relatively small change that has prompted advocates to declare the problem stabilized.
Despite a winter CN senior executives described as the toughest in memory, the railway giant made a 16 per cent currency exchange-adjusted revenue gain in transporting petroleum and chemicals.
Grade 7 Ridgeview students Mackenzie Longhurst and Grady Palfrey work together with the help of their laptops.
A North Vancouver man who scammed provincial coffers out of more than $17,000 through welfare fraud has been handed an 11-month conditional sentence, including six months of house arrest, by a provincial court judge.
Ian Young is the SCMP's former International Editor. A journalist for more than 20 years, he worked for Australian newspapers and the London Evening Standard before arriving in Hong Kong in 1997.
His body was brought to the undertakers, where it was bathed according to the Sikh religious rites and then in a hearse was carried to the B.C.E.R. Depot, where about four or five hundred Sikhs were standing to pray for the soul of the dead.
The fire started in a tree stump in a remote area of the Capilano Watershed after a storm passed over the North shore around 5 p.m. "[There was a] lightning strike about an hour beforehand, which may have caused this," said West Vancouver assistant fire chief Martin Ernst.
Some of the Sun Run T-shirts Victor Kirkman still has, after running in all 24 Sun Runs, over the years.
Ted Emes, formerly of the B.C. Paraplegic Association, was at a loss for words when told of the arrest of a suspect in connection with the murder of former client, Michael Nestoruk.
Food products are seen during a news conference in downtown Vancouver, B.C. Tuesday, April 22, 2014.