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Woman should get 16-18 years for courtroom knife, hammer attack: Crown

Woman should get 16-18 years for courtroom knife, hammer attack: Crown

"Even when I was laying on the court floor bleeding, she was saying, 'It's her fault. It’s her fault.'"
Not guilty plea expected in Vancouver Chinatown fatal stabbing

Not guilty plea expected in Vancouver Chinatown fatal stabbing

Nikolai Sugak, 32, was found gravely injured near West Pender and Carrall Streets and died shortly after
Hundreds of firefighters coming to North Van for wildfire training

Hundreds of firefighters coming to North Van for wildfire training

Get ready for some action, as the training exercise will see firefighters responding as if a real wildfire was threatening North Vancouver
Photos: This stunning B.C. resort was just named the 'best hotel of the year'

Photos: This stunning B.C. resort was just named the 'best hotel of the year'

The resort's spa incorporates natural, therapeutic ingredients from the ocean.
High temperatures in B.C. pose 'threat of new wildfires,' wildfire service warns

High temperatures in B.C. pose 'threat of new wildfires,' wildfire service warns

Rain and cooler temperatures in northeastern British Columbia will help suppression efforts for two out-of-control wildfires, but high temperatures forecast for later this week may pose a new threat, says a BC Wildfire Service spokesman.
Report finds mismanagement, risk to public funds at BC Housing under former CEO

Report finds mismanagement, risk to public funds at BC Housing under former CEO

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is restricting new funding to a major non-profit housing providerand reviewing its finances afteran independent report found mismanagement by a former top executive atthe province's housing corporation.
Nespresso Canada donates to McLeod Lake reforestation project

Nespresso Canada donates to McLeod Lake reforestation project

The coffee company will be helping restore 3,750 hectares of spruce beetle affected forests
Vehicle driver walks off BC Ferries ship, delays ensue

Vehicle driver walks off BC Ferries ship, delays ensue

Sunshine Coast RCMP were on the scene but the incident was anything but nefarious.
Vancouver man pleads not guilty to manslaughter in 2022 death

Vancouver man pleads not guilty to manslaughter in 2022 death

Jeffery Scott Van Dyke is charged with manslaughter in connection with Scott Alan Carver's death.
‘Aggressive’ new facilities plan calls for ninth Burnaby high school, three 'vertical highrise' schools

‘Aggressive’ new facilities plan calls for ninth Burnaby high school, three 'vertical highrise' schools

A new long range facilities plan adopted by the Burnaby school board is “raising the urgency” about the need for new schools to accommodate immigration-driven enrolment growth.