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Vancouver police identify 24-year-old woman as victim of fatal shooting

Vancouver police identify 24-year-old woman as victim of fatal shooting

VANCOUVER — Police say they've identified the woman shot inside a social housing building on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside early Wednesday morning.
New West couple getting COVID-19 vaccine on their 70th wedding anniversary

New West couple getting COVID-19 vaccine on their 70th wedding anniversary

The New Westminster couple will both be in their 90s when they receive their vaccines at Douglas College
Raccoon caught in trap in West Vancouver prompts renewed calls for change

Raccoon caught in trap in West Vancouver prompts renewed calls for change

Trapping legislation outdated, according to The Fur-Bearers
Teachers, police will be among first 300k British Columbians to get vaccines outside age group

Teachers, police will be among first 300k British Columbians to get vaccines outside age group

Province expects 340,000 AstraZeneca doses by end of May
Woman shares terrifying video of man following her in downtown Vancouver (VIDEO)

Woman shares terrifying video of man following her in downtown Vancouver (VIDEO)

"This could have easily turned into a kidnapping, assault or sex trafficking story if I hadn't found help."
Lotto alert: Search zone grows for about-to-expire $1-million ticket

Lotto alert: Search zone grows for about-to-expire $1-million ticket

The ticket is set to expire at 11:59 p.m. on March 18.
ICBC says COVID-19 rebate cheques delayed after cyberattack on third party

ICBC says COVID-19 rebate cheques delayed after cyberattack on third party

VANCOUVER — The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia says it's temporarily delaying the delivery of COVID-19 rebate cheques due to a cyberattack on a third-party vendor contracted to provide printing and distribution services.
Variant-strain COVID-19 cases in B.C. jump significantly

Variant-strain COVID-19 cases in B.C. jump significantly

B.C. records 498 new cases and four deaths in the past 24 hours.
Variants could dash B.C. hopes for indoor religious services, experts say

Variants could dash B.C. hopes for indoor religious services, experts say

VANCOUVER — Growing COVID-19 case numbers from variants of concern in British Columbia could dash the province's hopes for indoor religious services or any other return to normal life in the near future, experts say.
Negative public reaction part of NDP safe drug supply considerations

Negative public reaction part of NDP safe drug supply considerations

Charge fairly for drugs ‘instead of counting dead bodies:’ advocate