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The BC Flagging association calls it a graphic reminder of the dangers traffic controllers face.
Stores can no longer sell the pets, but can work with rescues and shelters to showcase adoptable animals.
Christy Clark has promised not to request a snap election if defeated, but she won't discourage one either.
Elizabeth Black and Ken MacLeod don't know who received their donated kidneys, and they don't have to – the rewards have been profound and plentiful anyway.
The city spent just $158,669.06 on coarse salt and fine sand in the same period the year before.
A 25-year-old suspect faces 13 charges including impaired driving and driving while prohibited.
Mounties are trying to track down a man who pepper sprayed a car full of people in Coquitlam.
The Regina-bound aircraft landed in Kelowna for a mechanical inspection shortly after leaving Vancouver.
The otter, found off Vancouver Island, is estimated to be between two and four weeks old.
A man accused of trying to emotionally ruin the life of his ex-wife using online posts showed little emotion as a B.C. Supreme Court jury declared him guilty of criminal harassment on Wednesday.
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Ross McLaughlin looks at bad bank behaviour, an interest rate hike next month and a warning issued to debt collectors.
Located on Point Grey Road, heralded as Vancouver's "Golden Mile," the concrete cube home has a hot tub, retractable awning and outdoor shower.