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Othello Tunnels set to open following severe flood damage

Othello Tunnels set to open following severe flood damage

A full reopening will take place in 2025.
This weekend in New West: Top picks for June 21 to 23

This weekend in New West: Top picks for June 21 to 23

National Indigenous People’s Day, the Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo and assorted community events are among the fun offerings in New Westminster this weekend.
Can the Canucks (or his agent) trade Ilya Mikheyev?

Can the Canucks (or his agent) trade Ilya Mikheyev?

The Vancouver Canucks need to clear some cap space but can they afford to sweeten the deal to trade Ilya Mikheyev?
'I had to check again': Coquitlam man hits $500K lotto jackpot on the last ticket in his pile

'I had to check again': Coquitlam man hits $500K lotto jackpot on the last ticket in his pile

Coquitlam's Roueintan Avali bought his winning ticket at a variety store in Burnaby.
'Boomerang children' are a newer part of the financial planning conversation

'Boomerang children' are a newer part of the financial planning conversation

Adult kids who return home a few times impact family relationship dynamics, their parents’ retirement planning and estate planning.
Public hearing called for VPD sergeant accused of sexual misconduct

Public hearing called for VPD sergeant accused of sexual misconduct

Investigation into Sgt. Keiron McConnell stems from complaints from four students, three officers.
B.C. man fined for 2021 killing of grizzly bear in Squamish

B.C. man fined for 2021 killing of grizzly bear in Squamish

The provincial government banned the hunt in 2017.
Vancouver nightclub shuttered seven days for being over capacity NYE

Vancouver nightclub shuttered seven days for being over capacity NYE

Inspectors estimated Levels Nightclub had 705 patrons inside on New Year's Eve 2023. Capacity is 449 people.
B.C. strata ordered to reduce heat pump fines

B.C. strata ordered to reduce heat pump fines

The Richmond strata imposed at least $11,600 in fines against a strata owner's account for the heat pump.
B.C. tribunal rules $2,000 bail money was not a gift

B.C. tribunal rules $2,000 bail money was not a gift

Victoria Barton sent $2,000 to Bruce Endicott and Shaely Wilbur to get a mutual family member out of jail.