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The family of four had recently immigrated to the U.S., but were fearful they'd be sent back to Iraq.
A man charged in the 2015 death of 19-year-old Luka Gordic appeared briefly in court on Monday.
Vancouver has recorded 63 cm of snow since December, while Edmonton has seen 68 cm since October.
The company tweeted that the Trump Tower is the "first property to open in the city" in years.
Ellard was seeking escorted absences to attend medical appointments and parenting programs with the baby.
An assault charge against a member of the B.C. legislature has been stayed.
Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says the province intends to amend the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
The Canucks have traded 35-year-old Alex Burrows for Ottawa Senators forward Jonathan Dahlen.
Police are asking anyone who may have had similar encounters with the suspect to contact them.
The clinic is expected to receive 600 patients a year who want help to stop using illicit drugs.
The minimum wage was raised to $10.85 an hour last September.
If the detained families aren’t accepted as refugees in Canada, they will be deported.
A task force says there are more than 70 homeless camps in Metro Vancouver.
A new province-wide program targeting drivers in a bid to save more lives through organ donation.
All seven residents managed to escape the blaze, but had to be taken to hospital for smoke inhalation.
Anton Rodin and defenceman Ben Hutton are the latest players to be affected.
The case is now being treated as “femicide,” defined under Peruvian law as the murder of a woman.
It is indefensible that Health Canada has failed to register the opioid Tramadol under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, a drug-safety researcher says, noting the department explored making such a move in 2007, but backtracked
The Stair Climb for Clean Air supports the BC Lung Association and raises awareness about lung health.
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