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Gastown homicide trial could be shortened, judge told

Gastown homicide trial could be shortened, judge told

Vancouver lawyers continue to work on admissions of fact in the case of a man charged with second-degree murder and aggravated assault in the stabbing death of one man and the wounding of another
Vancouver Island community without water after barge damages underwater line

Vancouver Island community without water after barge damages underwater line

UCLUELET, B.C. — A First Nation on Vancouver Island has declared a state of emergency and banned the use of water for everything except flushing toilets after a barge severed a water supply line.
Major grocery store chain in Richmond limiting capacity to 50%

Major grocery store chain in Richmond limiting capacity to 50%

There are three Save on Foods stores in Richmond
B.C. government doubles relief grants for bars, nightclubs that were ordered to close in December

B.C. government doubles relief grants for bars, nightclubs that were ordered to close in December

Businesses that followed provincial COVID-19 restrictions are now eligible for grants of up to $20,000
Michael Dunahee disappearance focus of new podcast series; discusses suspects, couple of them named

Michael Dunahee disappearance focus of new podcast series; discusses suspects, couple of them named

Michael Dunahee, four years old at the time, disappeared from a Victoria playground on March 24, 1991.
New TV business competition invites Indigenous entrepreneurs into the 'Bears' Lair'

New TV business competition invites Indigenous entrepreneurs into the 'Bears' Lair'

VANCOUVER — A new reality show is inviting Indigenous entrepreneurs to pitch their businesses to a group of sharp-toothed investors.
Squamish Constellation Festival is tuning up for a comeback

Squamish Constellation Festival is tuning up for a comeback

The musical event to return in summer 2022 after two years of pandemic cancellations.
Learning Indigenous languages by using them outside the classroom in daily life

Learning Indigenous languages by using them outside the classroom in daily life

Learning the language by living it, by being on the beach, by being in the big house, by being with elders and grandparents, and parents, and uncles and aunties
Consumer goods prices forecast to keep rising in 2022

Consumer goods prices forecast to keep rising in 2022

Canadian inflation in December reaches a three-decade high
Afghans who worked closely with Canada in Afghanistan reach B.C. with families

Afghans who worked closely with Canada in Afghanistan reach B.C. with families

VANCOUVER — Over 200 Afghan refugees have arrived in Vancouver, the most to reach the province since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan last August.