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Accused in Vancouver machete attack found mentally fit for court

Accused in Vancouver machete attack found mentally fit for court

Leslie Dale Chudek is charged with aggravated assault, assault, uttering threats and dangerous vehicle operation in connection with a violent gas station attack June 1.
Think before you dial 911: E-Comm braces for record call volumes

Think before you dial 911: E-Comm braces for record call volumes

B.C. residents are being reminded to call 911 for true emergencies only.
Opinion: Ethno-racial minorities in Canada have less access to affordable housing than white people

Opinion: Ethno-racial minorities in Canada have less access to affordable housing than white people

Ensuring visible minorities have equitable access to affordable housing is an important step in fulfilling the National Housing Strategy’s goal to make affordable housing available to all Canadians.
UBC study finds seals eat more chinook than orcas do

UBC study finds seals eat more chinook than orcas do

UBC scientists urge size-selective fishing techniques to protect large chinook
Passport line-ups in Canada might get 'worse.' Here's why

Passport line-ups in Canada might get 'worse.' Here's why

Union representatives say there is an issue that could create a backlog.
BC Parks Day-Use Pass not helping parks or users, says Friends of Garibaldi Park Society

BC Parks Day-Use Pass not helping parks or users, says Friends of Garibaldi Park Society

Province insists passes are needed for park management; advocates say their survey shows users are not benefiting.
Surrey mayoral hopeful Jinny Sims loses council candidate

Surrey mayoral hopeful Jinny Sims loses council candidate

Surrey Forward campaign manager said party council candidate Jim Bennett has resigned, but Bennett himself denies he has quit.
Rising temperatures threatening bumblebees, finds B.C. researcher

Rising temperatures threatening bumblebees, finds B.C. researcher

One of the most important pollinators in the world, bumblebees are facing increasing pressure from rising temperatures, finds a new study. Here are some ways you can help.
Love at first… smell? New research proves body odour can help humans tell friend from foe

Love at first… smell? New research proves body odour can help humans tell friend from foe

Subconsciously, humans are sniffing themselves all the time. But did you know you might be sniffing out friendship too?
B.C. strata ordered to stop enforcing hot tub ban

B.C. strata ordered to stop enforcing hot tub ban

A Vancouver strata owner can keep his patio hot tub after B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal found a rule passed by the strata council had not been properly ratified at an annual general meeting.