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3 hrs ago | KING-TV Seattle
The Washington State Ferries run betwen Edmonds and Kingston was back to full service Thursday after being cut in half for nearly two days due to maintenance issues.
5 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
Fecal contamination has closed the swimming area at a popular beach near English Bay in the city's West End.
9 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
The British Columbia government has granted environmental approval for a proposed $5.3-billion mine in the provinces north, which would tap into one of the largest gold and copper deposits in the world and has already received support from local First Nations.
10 hrs ago | North Shore News
Lt.-Col. Patrick MacNamara, Commanding Officer of 443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron in Sidney, presents Cadet Tatiana Robertson a Top Cadet Award on July 18 in Metchosin.
Weapons seized during several gang-related arrests are displayed during a police news conference in Vancouver, B.C., on March 6, 2009.
Opponents of Metro Vancouver's waste-to-energy strategy have been dealt a blow by the B.C. Utilities Commission.
A fiery insect intruder continues to invade parks and gardens on the North Shore but for now, the problem is not spreading.
By Joe "Tesla Manifestor" Kennedy The future Mrs. Kennedy and I just spent an epic few days in Vancouver, BC and stayed at the luxurious Westin Bayshore Vancouver while in town.
North Vancouver District Mayor Richard Walton is chair of Metro Vancouver's regional mayors' council that controls tax increases for TransLink.
Portland is the only city in America where citizens of the world should wish to live , according to Monocle , a prominent London-based magazine covering culture and global affairs.
Richardson's Vancouver Terminal facility in North Vancouver is expanding at lightning speed last week as workers poured concrete 24 hours a day for its new storage facilities.
An antiques dealer in British Columbia was indicted by a U.S. grand jury on Tuesday for smuggling into Canada more than $500,000 of wildlife items, including rhinoceros horns and sculptures made from elephant ivory and coral, U.S. prosecutors said.
Caitlin Henderson and Jim Beland take to the streets in hopes someone can help them find a stolen laptop that contains their wedding photos.
Two Vancouver pharmacies will soon offer customers free HIV tests that will provide results on the spot in less than five minutes.
Craig Premack, who was shot while riding on the Trans-Canada Highway at 1 a.m. during an overnight road cycling event near Spences Bridge, B.C., in June, shows where the bullet entered his forearm during a news conference at RCMP headquarters in Surrey, B.C., on Tuesday July 29, 2014.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:59 pm
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