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Officials say at least three coyotes were involved in the attack.
Police didn't find any victims at the scene, but they're looking for more information.
If approved, the funding would empty Vancouver's $3.5M contingency budget for the opioid crisis.
Search and rescue volunteers are concerned about the idea of hundreds of people hiking down in the dark.
Police boast the predictive model has reduced monthly property crime by as much as 27 per cent.
The male victim of the shooting at the Kal Tire on Progress Way has not been publicly identified.
Flowers, stuffed animal, candles and cards have been dropped off in tribute to the slain 13-year-old.
The Lions home opener had a crowd of 19,175, one of the smallest for a home opener in more than a decade.
The discount applies to all adult cats adopted at any BC SPCA branch between July 24 and Aug. 2.
A 29-year-old man faces charges of robbery and robbery with a firearm, as well as two property offences.
The BC Ferries captain says he thought he'd die as the bear flailed him around 'like a puppet.'
62-year-old Joseph Billy Bustinski died in hospital after being found inside the Savoy Hotel on Jan. 27.
A spokesperson says president and CEO Jessica McDonald is no longer with the company.
Mounties have set up a tip line for a fire that destroyed 8 homes in Lake Country.
If the proposal is approved, coach houses will be permitted in more zones and could be put up for sale.
Jared Edward Harris, 39, is living in the city under a number of conditions including no contact with minors.
Police are hoping the images will trigger someone's memory of Shen Tuesday night or early Wednesday.
Former Canadian Armed Forces Corporal Robert Gagnon is walking 30 kilometres a day.
Crews are working to extinguish a wildfire that's threatening properties in the West Bench area.
Premier John Horgan said the increased rate will take effect in about two months.