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Manslaughter case in killing outside of Vancouver's Astoria Hotel coming to a close

Manslaughter case in killing outside of Vancouver's Astoria Hotel coming to a close

Coquitlam's Martin MacDonald died on Feb. 10, 2018. He was found on a Downtown Eastside sidewalk by a passerby.
Health alert: Outbreak of salmonella affecting 5 provinces including B.C.

Health alert: Outbreak of salmonella affecting 5 provinces including B.C.

In some cases, severe illness may occur from a salmonella infection and hospitalization may be required.
Richmond teacher claims she's $70,000 lighter after "trusting" former friend and financial advisor

Richmond teacher claims she's $70,000 lighter after "trusting" former friend and financial advisor

Kelly Leclerc said she thought Alberto Storelli was a friend after doing deals with him for 14 years
Canadian maternity leave program challenges the 'motherhood penalty'

Canadian maternity leave program challenges the 'motherhood penalty'

Maturn challenges the systemic cultural bias and beliefs toward working mothers.
Remembrance Day: Steveston veteran recalls the day he was picked to walk through no-man's land

Remembrance Day: Steveston veteran recalls the day he was picked to walk through no-man's land

Mark Lundie was part of a United Nations peace-keeping force, being shot at and held hostage in Croatia in 1993
Remembrance Day: As the war raged, Bud Kellett and his band played on

Remembrance Day: As the war raged, Bud Kellett and his band played on

100-year-old Bud Kellett recalled the days when he and his Canadian Navy band boosted the morale of troops in Britain during the Second World War, days before they were sent off to the front line
B.C. landlord finds lizards, snakes, spiders, mice, and rats in rental unit

B.C. landlord finds lizards, snakes, spiders, mice, and rats in rental unit

That's quite the collection.
B.C. asks residents to weigh in on future of oil and gas royalties

B.C. asks residents to weigh in on future of oil and gas royalties

The 30-year-old royalty program has provided the fossil fuel industry with about $10 billion in credits. B.C. residents can share their thoughts on the future of the scheme until Dec. 10, 2021.
Canada's 'ad hoc approach' to disaster fails to deal with climate migrants: report

Canada's 'ad hoc approach' to disaster fails to deal with climate migrants: report

Under existing law, a national refugee lawyer group says Ottawa has at least six options to open up a path for 'climate migrants' to come to Canada.
Seeking 'hope' amidst tragedy, family of Trina Hunt hosts violence against women vigil in Port Moody

Seeking 'hope' amidst tragedy, family of Trina Hunt hosts violence against women vigil in Port Moody

With Trina Hunt's murder still unsolved, family seeks to raise awareness about gender-based violence as part of a global 16 Days of Activism event.