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By road, rail, and air Metro Vancouver physicians save injured patient (VIDEO)

By road, rail, and air Metro Vancouver physicians save injured patient (VIDEO)

It took planes, trains and automobiles to transfer the seriously injured patient to safety
5,000 pounds of food flown to Hope in donated helicopters

5,000 pounds of food flown to Hope in donated helicopters

The Greater Vancouver Food Bank made the drop-off Thursday morning.
Canada expands list of approved COVID-19 vaccines for travel

Canada expands list of approved COVID-19 vaccines for travel

A full course of Sinopharm, Sinovac and COVAXIN vaccines will be acceptable under the new rules
Abbotsford changes plans, work to patch 100-metre breach in dike

Abbotsford changes plans, work to patch 100-metre breach in dike

It's unknown to what degree the dike has been weakened.
9 enchanting light festivals to enjoy this holiday season in Metro Vancouver

9 enchanting light festivals to enjoy this holiday season in Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver will shine brightly this winter!
Aboriginal friendship centres sue former executive director for $48,000

Aboriginal friendship centres sue former executive director for $48,000

A notice of civil claim alleges Paul Lacerte arranged a loan for himself relating to personal expense items.
Aftermath of B.C.’s catastrophic floods as seen from space (PHOTOS)

Aftermath of B.C.’s catastrophic floods as seen from space (PHOTOS)

Silt from the Fraser River is reaching almost all the way across the Strait of Georgia
Storing British Columbians' personal data outside Canada unacceptable: poll

Storing British Columbians' personal data outside Canada unacceptable: poll

Some 73% of 802 respondents to an IPSOS poll oppose Victoria changing privacy law to allow storage of British Columbians' private, personal information outside of Canada.
'We feel forgotten': 150 migrant workers reeling after B.C. flood evacuations

'We feel forgotten': 150 migrant workers reeling after B.C. flood evacuations

While some migrant workers remain on the job, hundreds more across B.C. are in a state of limbo after they were evacuated from farms devastated by floodwaters. Some say it's time to re-write their contracts to protect workers from climate change.
Human rights complaint over B.C. store's face mask policy dismissed

Human rights complaint over B.C. store's face mask policy dismissed

B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed a complaint from a purportedly asthmatic woman who alleged a pet store discriminated against her in refusing her store entry without a face mask.