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The owner of the Vancouver Canucks has responded to bombshell allegations that he abused his children, which were heard during a family court proceeding this week.
When Cindy Brodowski bought her North Vancouver home earlier this year, it came with an eye-catching feature: a hedge trimmed into the shape of a face. As she found out, it had been there for years.
A 10-year-old border collie named Ollie was stolen from outside a downtown Vancouver business Tuesday evening, but thanks to what Metro Vancouver Transit Police called "seamless teamwork with frontline transit staff," the dog was recovered in less than 10 hours.
A beloved Victoria toy store is looking for a new home after operating out of its downtown location for more than 13 years. Cherry Bomb Toys is moving from its location along Broad Street near Johnson Street since the building was purchased by a new owner.
As of Wednesday, the government of Canada has banned the import of dogs from 100 countries that have a track record of canine rabies.
Flight safety personnel from the Royal Canadian Air Force are investigating after an incident occurred involving a CP-140 Aurora aircraft out of Comox, B.C., on Wednesday afternoon. According to Captain Brad Little at 19 Wing Comox, the flight crew of the Aurora noticed they had a possible malfunction in one of their four engines shortly before 1:30 p.m.
A local funk band says a venue in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside cancelled the booking for an upcoming show because the sidewalk outside has become part of the Hastings Street homeless encampment.
Vancouver's own Ryan Reynolds is among 10 celebrities who have earned custom badges from Scouts Canada.
A cross-border passenger train connecting Vancouver to Seattle has entered Canada for the first time in years.
Small business owners says staff shortages and vandalism aren't the only things making it hard to operate in Vancouver.
The BC Liberal Party may campaign under a new name in the next election, with members expected to vote on a potential alternative later this year.
A letter sent to B.C.'s health minister from a society of radiologists is warning the province could see a 'tsunami of cancer cases' if a delay in medical imaging isn't addressed.