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The organization says it wants to make Vancouver Pride more inclusive for queer and trans people of colour.
Police were on scene Sunday afternoon.
The dynamic duo is pushing themselves to set records, raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy and inspire others.
Both women were targeted when they left the groups they were walking with to urinate privately.
Residents on Canuck's street are upset, and the crow's caretaker is concerned for its safety.
For many, purchasing a new pair of glasses is an expense that's out of the question.
Two substantial fires are burning in B.C.'s Interior, and hot and dry weather means more could be on the way.
In just minutes, the temperature in a vehicle can soar to over 38 C putting dogs at risk of irreparable brain damage.
She was fighting cancer, but news of her death came as a shock to colleagues.
Her mother says the only way her 9-year-old can get extra support is if she's bused to another school.
There's video proving a fender-bender wasn't Wieslew Jagielski's fault, but accessing it cost him hundreds.
The throne speech confidence vote is expected to take place on Thursday.
The city is also looking to reduce the number of paper and plastic shopping bags and takeout food containers.
Environment Canada forecasts temperatures will peak upwards of 32 C away from the water.
The blaze destroyed a nail salon, ice cream shop, two clothing stores, a Papa John's Pizza and more.
A Vancouver medical lab has seen carfentanil-positive urine tests more than triple over recent months.
Deborah Douez is accusing Facebook of using her name and picture without her consent.
The project took several months longer than expected to complete due to an unusually harsh winter.
As Canada gets set to legalize marijuana next July, a panel of medical experts is releasing a set of guidelines for safe use of the drug.
Overall, the report found staff members who rushed to help responded courageously to a horrific situation.