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Pedestrian killed in late-night hit and run on Vancouver's west side

Pedestrian killed in late-night hit and run on Vancouver's west side

Vancouver police say a 24-year-old man has been killed in a hit-and-run collision. A statement from police says the victim and a friend were crossing West Fourth Avenue in the Kitsilano neighbourhood at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Fires, floods and food sovereignty: facing climate disasters and finding hope in northwest B.C.

Fires, floods and food sovereignty: facing climate disasters and finding hope in northwest B.C.

“Here in Canada, I think we have never thought that we are that disaster prone,” said SFU researcher Feyza Sahinyazan
Heavy rain in parts of B.C. a concern for flood-prone areas: River Forecast Centre

Heavy rain in parts of B.C. a concern for flood-prone areas: River Forecast Centre

VANCOUVER — A flood watch has been issued for the south Thompson River in British Columbia, where a forecast calling for long-lasting rain means swollen waterways could overflow and cause flooding in some areas.
Viral TikTok video prime example of how to deal with troubling bear encounters, says conservation officer

Viral TikTok video prime example of how to deal with troubling bear encounters, says conservation officer

BC COS monitoring Whistler black bear after viewing footage of the animal closely following a person down the Valley Trail
Nanaimo toddler's burn story raises awareness of Burn Fund $1M goal

Nanaimo toddler's burn story raises awareness of Burn Fund $1M goal

Donate to the Burn Fund at burnfund.org
Family of Arlene Westervelt hoping private prosecution will lead to criminal trial for husband

Family of Arlene Westervelt hoping private prosecution will lead to criminal trial for husband

Private criminal prosecutions in B.C. are extraordinarily rare, making the family's attempt somewhat of a Hail Mary.
Retired officers call for review of undercover program amid allegations of misbehaviour

Retired officers call for review of undercover program amid allegations of misbehaviour

A good undercover officer needs to be a good listener, says a former undercover operator
'We won't be swayed:' Café and community show support after threats against drag show

'We won't be swayed:' Café and community show support after threats against drag show

For the Love of Drag was scheduled to perform a show, but it was cancelled after Caffe Fantastico, the show's venue, received threatening phone calls
Sixties Scoop exhibit opens at Vancouver Public Library

Sixties Scoop exhibit opens at Vancouver Public Library

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Public Library has unveiled an exhibit at its downtown branch that tells the story of 12 Indigenous children who were part of the so-called Sixties Scoop.
Local union split amidst negotiations with Richmond Superstore owner Loblaw’s

Local union split amidst negotiations with Richmond Superstore owner Loblaw’s

Some members take to Facebook to challenge their own leadership.