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'Out of control': Vancouver mom 'harassed' for months for Bell Mobility debt she didn't owe

'Out of control': Vancouver mom 'harassed' for months for Bell Mobility debt she didn't owe

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 5:46 pm

A B.C. mother says she's been harassed by collections agencies for months after someone fraudulently opened an account with Bell Mobility under her name...

Canucks Autism Network chair under fraud probe for securities work

Canucks Autism Network chair under fraud probe for securities work

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 4:40 pm

North Vancouver securities lawyer William (Bill) Lorne MacDonald, who chairs the Canucks Autism Network, is facing an administrative fraud investigation by the...

Canadian government announces $46.5 million for deepsea research

Canadian government announces $46.5 million for deepsea research

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 4:15 pm

The federal government is investing more than $46 million over the next five years to see what’s under Canada’s oceans and then protect it....

B.C. man accused in deadly sucker-punch case to be sentenced in March

B.C. man accused in deadly sucker-punch case to be sentenced in March

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 4:03 pm

A Vancouver provincial court judge says he will sentence a man for manslaughter in May after the accused pleaded guilty in the punching death of a Downtown...

'It's painful to let her go': Someone is selling an old BC Ferries lifeboat

'It's painful to let her go': Someone is selling an old BC Ferries lifeboat

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 3:02 pm

A little piece of B.C.'s maritime history is being sold. A 2004 lifeboat from the BC Ferries fleet is being sold off. Current owner Michael Rayne bought it...

Fire alarm at Surrey apartment building leads to homicide discovery

Fire alarm at Surrey apartment building leads to homicide discovery

Surrey Feb 6, 2023 / 9:21 am

Homicide detectives have taken over an investigation after a dead woman and a critically injured man were found as fire crews answered an alarm at a Surrey...

Canada under pressure to ban deep-sea mining as global ocean summit starts in Vancouver

Canada under pressure to ban deep-sea mining as global ocean summit starts in Vancouver

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 9:11 am

Canada is under increasing pressure to declare a moratorium on seabed mining just as federal leaders are set to host an international marine conservation...

VPD investigate homicide in Chinatown

VPD investigate homicide in Chinatown

Vancouver Feb 6, 2023 / 8:40 am

The Vancouver Police Department is investigating a homicide that took place in the city's Chinatown neighbourhood. The VPD says officers responded to the...

How Stanley Park’s miniature railway stopped rolling

How Stanley Park’s miniature railway stopped rolling

Vancouver Feb 5, 2023 / 4:59 pm

The Stanley Park Ghost Train was cancelled at least five days before the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation made a public announcement on Sept. 20....

Governments, B.C. coastal First Nations endorse marine protection action plan

Governments, B.C. coastal First Nations endorse marine protection action plan

Vancouver Feb 5, 2023 / 12:40 pm

The federal and British Columbia governments, alongside 15 coastal First Nations, have officially endorsed the blueprint for a vast network of marine protected...

Man turns himself in after confronting, using gay slur against young couple

Man turns himself in after confronting, using gay slur against young couple

Vancouver Feb 4, 2023 / 11:55 am

Vancouver police identified a suspect in an incident involving offensive and homophobic comments towards a young couple. The incident took place near Burrard...

West Van's mysterious 'party house on the point' draws social media attention

West Van's mysterious 'party house on the point' draws social media attention

West Vancouver Feb 4, 2023 / 9:30 am

The house is an anomaly, sitting on a rocky waterfront outcrop at the entrance to West Vancouver’s Horseshoe Bay. It sits by itself, with its back against...

Vancouver police release security footage of Granville Street stabbing

Vancouver police release security footage of Granville Street stabbing

Vancouver Feb 3, 2023 / 12:27 pm

Around 11 p.m. on Jan. 14, a man was stabbed in the chest trying to prevent an attempted theft from a homeless person and now the Vancouver Police Department is...

Metro Vancouver homicide team probes two separate shootings in less than 24 hours

Metro Vancouver homicide team probes two separate shootings in less than 24 hours

Burnaby Feb 3, 2023 / 11:38 am

Two people have died in separate shootings around Greater Vancouver and while homicide investigators are not linking the attacks, they say both appear targeted....

Family displaced by North Vancouver fire faces steep fees to reclaim belongings

Family displaced by North Vancouver fire faces steep fees to reclaim belongings

North Vancouver Feb 3, 2023 / 9:44 am

A family displaced by a North Vancouver apartment fire faces a big bill to get its belongings back that survived the fire. Not only does the family have had to...

Paid organizer of Save Old Growth roadblocks sentenced to house arrest and curfew

Paid organizer of Save Old Growth roadblocks sentenced to house arrest and curfew

North Vancouver Feb 3, 2023 / 9:28 am

A North Vancouver man who collected $2,000 a month to stage illegal Save Old Growth roadblocks was sentenced Thursday in Vancouver Provincial Court to a month...

Should the East Van Cross be relocated? Petition launched to move iconic artwork

Should the East Van Cross be relocated? Petition launched to move iconic artwork

Vancouver Feb 3, 2023 / 9:24 am

Conversation around relocating the iconic East Van cross has been going on for several years. The cross, a piece of public art made by Vancouver artist Ken...

Watch: 15-month-old toddler drains 30-foot shot on his first trip to putting green

Watch: 15-month-old toddler drains 30-foot shot on his first trip to putting green

North Vancouver Feb 3, 2023 / 7:04 am

Tiger Woods famously hit golf balls on the Mike Douglas Show when he was just two years old, but there’s a kid in North Vancouver who may have him beat....

Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Vancouver Feb 3, 2023 / 6:25 am

Federal politicians are expected to make a significant announcement on ocean protection during an international conference in Vancouver on how to take action on...

Burnaby Mountain Secondary locked down following online threat

Burnaby Mountain Secondary locked down following online threat

Burnaby Feb 2, 2023 / 7:29 pm

Burnaby RCMP are investigating an online threat that resulted in a precautionary school lockdown. Police were made aware of an online threat regarding Burnaby...

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