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Mayors of Vancouver and Surrey to pursue handgun ban amid uptick in gang violence

Mayors of Vancouver and Surrey to pursue handgun ban amid uptick in gang violence

VANCOUVER — The mayors of Vancouver and Surrey say they will ask their councils to implement a handgun ban in the cities using powers proposed under newly tabled federal legislation.
Simon Fraser University reports cyberattack, some personal information exposed

Simon Fraser University reports cyberattack, some personal information exposed

BURNABY, B.C. — Simon Fraser University says a cyberattack on a school server has exposed personal information.
'I was in shock!': Vancouver man wins $1-million Lotto Max prize

'I was in shock!': Vancouver man wins $1-million Lotto Max prize

Aside from taking a cruise when it's safe, he has plans to share his win with his family.
200,000 affected in Simon Fraser University cyberattack

200,000 affected in Simon Fraser University cyberattack

Banking details, social insurance numbers, passwords unaffected: SFU
Banana peel on car floor, not impairment, to blame for abnormal driving

Banana peel on car floor, not impairment, to blame for abnormal driving

Police advised the motorist to avoid peeling fruits while behind the wheel.
Orcas spotted swimming in West Vancouver waters as snow falls (VIDEO)

Orcas spotted swimming in West Vancouver waters as snow falls (VIDEO)

It doesn't get much more magical than this... 😍
Delivering COVID-19 vaccine to B.C. First Nations by goal still possible: officials

Delivering COVID-19 vaccine to B.C. First Nations by goal still possible: officials

VANCOUVER — The top doctor at British Columbia's First Nations Health Authority says active cases of COVID-19 are down after a "significant spike" in early January, and delivering the vaccine to all Indigenous communities by the end of next month is
Alleged cyberbully in Amanda Todd case back in court April 12

Alleged cyberbully in Amanda Todd case back in court April 12

Aydin Coban will return to BC Supreme Court in New Westminster on April 12 to face charges in connection with Amanda Todd of Port Coquitlam.
Man falls through ice on Kalamalka Lake while warning kids to get away from edge

Man falls through ice on Kalamalka Lake while warning kids to get away from edge

Feds leaving it to provinces to request military help for vaccine rollout

Feds leaving it to provinces to request military help for vaccine rollout

Military already playing a role in rollout but it will be up to jurisdictions to request further assistance