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Sensible BC "Cannabus" in Vancouver, B.C. on Wednesday December 4, 2013. Sensible BC has put its notorious "Cannabus," a converted 35 ft.
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Michael Buble has revealed the broadcast debut date for his for his upcoming holiday extravaganza, "Michael Buble's 3rd Annual Christmas Special."
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A group of Canadians of Thai heritage protested outside of the Royal Thai Consulate General on Burrard Street in Vancouver last week.
Crews are searching for a missing 76-year-old woman who has gone missing in freezing temperatures on the North Shore.
Five years ago, WORLD founder Joel Belz suffered a journalistic disaster. He had tra v eled to Vancouver, British Columbia, to interview octogenarian J.I. Packer, author of many terrific books on theology .
The 70th anniversary of an infamous battle - and the faithful Canadian tradition it has inspired - will be marked this Sunday at the Cloverdale Legion when more than 350 cadets recreate the Seaforth Regiment Christmas dinner.
If the futuristic television show Almost Human is anything to go by, TransLink will be getting a massive infrastructure budget for new rapid transit links over the next 35 years.
Langford resident Hannah Day, 4, is back in hospital after being diagnosed with cancer for the second time in her life, this time a different form from the first.
Michael BublA© fans who missed out on tickets to the sold out June 19 concert at Rogers Arena can quit crying that river.
Man convicted of selling cocaine in North Vancouver has had his appeal tossed out after a judge ruled his Charter rights were not violated during a police search.
In a move to make housing more universally accessible, the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, has banned doorknobs in private homes and apartment buildings.
An innovative approach to keeping children fed and alert in the classroom is taking root in B.C., thanks to the efforts of one Vancouver woman.
But some of the $10.1 billion in funding for that program could also benefit one of the nation's largest freight railroads.
One woman is in intensive care and another is under arrest after a hit-and-run on a pedestrian on Grand Boulevard in North Vancouver on Wednesday night.