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New immersive family-friendly holiday event takes you on a 3D train to the North Pole

New immersive family-friendly holiday event takes you on a 3D train to the North Pole

All aboard for a virtual trip past the Northern Lights with all the sights and sounds of the merriest season
Richmond Mounties issue warning after spike in romance scams

Richmond Mounties issue warning after spike in romance scams

The RCMP has received five such reports over a 10-day period this month
Drone footage reveals exactly what's inside the English Bay Barge (PHOTOS)

Drone footage reveals exactly what's inside the English Bay Barge (PHOTOS)

A bird's-eye view of what's in there
Court hears case in string of Metro Vancouver mail identity thefts

Court hears case in string of Metro Vancouver mail identity thefts

The alleged offences occurred all over the Lower Mainland, including Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, New Westminster, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Langley and Abbotsford.
The view of B.C. floods, highway washouts from 8,000 feet (PHOTOS)

The view of B.C. floods, highway washouts from 8,000 feet (PHOTOS)

Peregrine Aerial Surveys was immediately hired to provide aerial mapping of the unfolding situation.
Canada Post offers free mail forwarding for B.C. residents impacted by flooding

Canada Post offers free mail forwarding for B.C. residents impacted by flooding

Eligible residents can access the service for up to a year.
B.C. high courts do away with my lord, my lady

B.C. high courts do away with my lord, my lady

B.C. courts join their counterparts in Ontario and the Maritimes by doing away with the terms in favour of more inclusive language.
BMO says cost of flood disaster likely to exceed $7.5B, cuts B.C.'s economic outlook

BMO says cost of flood disaster likely to exceed $7.5B, cuts B.C.'s economic outlook

Flooding is also expected to hurt national economy, says BMO.
'It's ludicrous,' says Port Coquitlam man ticketed for parking too close to his driveway

'It's ludicrous,' says Port Coquitlam man ticketed for parking too close to his driveway

Resident says he's not inconveniencing anyone, and people who live on the street should get decals so bylaw officers can better spot parking scofflaws
B.C. court dismisses constitutional suit against Dr. Bonnie Henry

B.C. court dismisses constitutional suit against Dr. Bonnie Henry

Judge rules orders by B.C.'s top doc were created for the public's protection.