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Massive waits as BC Ferries cancels sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay Thursday

Massive waits as BC Ferries cancels sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay Thursday

BC Ferries is urging customers who had plans to travel to reschedule as eight sailings have been cancelled Thursday (June 30).
Robbery witness: 'In the doorway is standing a guy and he is carrying an assault rifle'

Robbery witness: 'In the doorway is standing a guy and he is carrying an assault rifle'

Hiding alone in the bank manager's office while the gunman went to the vault, Shelli Fryer dialed 911 and left the line open, “praying they wouldn’t talk.”
Amazing mom leads SPCA officer to newborn puppies

Amazing mom leads SPCA officer to newborn puppies

The nine pups will be available for adoption in six to seven weeks.
Fatal kitten beating nets B.C. man four months in jail

Fatal kitten beating nets B.C. man four months in jail

The five-month-old kitten was in "critical distress" and was too badly injured to be treated.
West Van police impound two Lambos nabbed driving in tandem 156 km/h

West Van police impound two Lambos nabbed driving in tandem 156 km/h

West Vancouver Police impounded two Lamborghini supercars after they were spotted being driven twice the speed limit on the Sea-to-Sky Highway Friday.
New BCIT health sciences centre set to finally open in September

New BCIT health sciences centre set to finally open in September

"The BCIT Health Sciences Centre has been designed to meet the needs of students today and for years to come."
B.C. man who killed, dismembered roommate loses appeal

B.C. man who killed, dismembered roommate loses appeal

On April 17, 2018, Ernest Hosack was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole eligibility for 15 years.
Vancouver plans for removal of beached barge, months after it washed up during storm

Vancouver plans for removal of beached barge, months after it washed up during storm

VANCOUVER — A timeline has finally been announced for the removal of a huge barge that wedged itself onto a beach in Vancouver's English Bay last November.
B.C. stock promoter used Colombia 'boiler room' in offshore scheme, SEC alleges

B.C. stock promoter used Colombia 'boiler room' in offshore scheme, SEC alleges

Former Vancouver investment adviser Bradley Moynes is charged with multiple counts of securities fraud.
Save Old Growth says it's ending major road protests

Save Old Growth says it's ending major road protests

After drawing the ire of angry drivers on major roadways to draw attention to old-growth logging, the group appears to be changing its tactics