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Vancouver police investigate fatal crash near Jericho Beach

Vancouver police investigate fatal crash near Jericho Beach

Vancouver police are investigating a crash that has claimed the life of a man near Jericho Beach. Police say officers responded to multiple 911 calls of a man driving erratically Sunday night.
Vancouver police gang task force arrest alleged 'Top Six' gang member

Vancouver police gang task force arrest alleged 'Top Six' gang member

Vancouver police say charges have been approved against a 22-year-old alleged gang member who police say they believe is involved in the Lower Mainland gang conflict.

"It's lifesaving": B.C. dispatcher encourages hikers, skiers to download new app

VANCOUVER — As winter weather approaches, North Vancouver RCMP emergency dispatcher Jodie Cohan is encouraging all British Columbians, especially those who venture into the backcountry, to download geolocation technology called What3Words.

Vancouver police charge alleged gang member with uttering threats

Vancouver police say charges against a 29-year-old Vancouver man for allegedly uttering threats have been approved.
COVID-19 vaccine registration open for kids aged 5-11, say B.C. health officials

COVID-19 vaccine registration open for kids aged 5-11, say B.C. health officials

VANCOUVER — B.C. health officials say parents can now register their children aged five to 11 for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Canadians to take 'pause' this Thanksgiving in light of Truth and Reconciliation day: expert

Canadians to take 'pause' this Thanksgiving in light of Truth and Reconciliation day: expert

This Monday Canadians will be participating in a melting pot of traditions muddled with American influence and the impacts of the attempted 'Christianization' Indigenous people
Up to 15 cm of snow expected on B.C.'s Interior highways Sunday: Environment Canada

Up to 15 cm of snow expected on B.C.'s Interior highways Sunday: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada is cautioning people travelling to the province's Interior over Thanksgiving weekend to prepare for winter weather conditions.
YVR unveils plan to reach net zero emissions by 2030

YVR unveils plan to reach net zero emissions by 2030

The airport authority emits between 10-12,000 carbon emissions each year
Lockdown comes as First Nation in central B.C. declares COVID-19 emergency

Lockdown comes as First Nation in central B.C. declares COVID-19 emergency

BURNS LAKE, B.C. — The Lake Babine Nation has declared a COVID-19 state of emergency, banning all non-essential travel and gatherings in its five communities in central B.C.
B.C. leads in job creation numbers, but more work ahead, says recovery minister

B.C. leads in job creation numbers, but more work ahead, says recovery minister

VICTORIA — British Columbia posted the top job recovery rate in Canada last month and the province's unemployment rate has dropped below six per cent, but there's more work ahead, says Economic Recovery Minister Ravi Kahlon.