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Here are some of our favourite features with iPhone's iOS 11... +
An expanded Control Centre, a better storage management system and the ability to record your iPhone screen are some of the new features included with the iOS 11 upgrade.You dont need the ne...
REAL SCOOP: Jarrod Bacon back in jail after strip club incident... +
That didnt take long.Just a few months after Jarrod Bacon was let out of prison on statutory release, he is back behind bars.While statutory release is virtually automatic for inmates who se...
Judge throws out evidence seized during Vancouver meth lab raid due to police misconduct... +
A judge has thrown out evidence, including a loaded firearm, that was seized during a raid on a meth lab at a Vancouver home after finding police had violated the rights of two residents charged in...
New 'Savages' biker club riding out of Hells Angels' Island hangout, gang police say... +
VICTORIA B.C.s anti-gang unit is monitoring a new motorcycle club called the Savages operating out of the Langford clubhouse previously used by the Devils Army.The Savages are...
B.C.: 15 best books of the week, Sept. 23... +
The top 15 B.C. books of the week....
Jarrod Bacon back behind bars for drunken strip club incident... +
Former B.C. gangster Jarrod Bacon has had his parole revoked after drinking in a strip club with another criminal and then providing police with a false identity.Parole document released Wednesday ...
Site C project: Preliminary report due today from B.C. Utilities Commission... +
VANCOUVER The British Columbia Utilities Commission is working to meet a deadline today for a preliminary report on its review of the $8.8-billion Site C dam in the provinces northea...
All alerts, evacuation orders lifted as worst wildfire season eases in B.C.... +
VANCOUVER For the first time in nearly three months, all wildfire evacuation orders and alerts have been lifted in British Columbia as the province begins to recover from its worst wildfire...
Fraser Health issue recall for Original Kulfi ice cream sold in Surrey... +
A Surrey ice cream shop that was previously closed due to pests is now the subject of a food recall for selling possibly contaminated Original Kulfi ice cream.Fraser Health officials inspected Surr...
B.C. regulators order insurance firm, payday lenders to stop 'deceptive' sales... +
VANCOUVER An insurance company has been ordered to stop selling policies through two payday lenders and provide refunds after an investigation by British Columbia regulators.The Financial I...
Seaspan's Vancouver shipbuilding budgets and schedules are under review by feds... +
By Lee BerthiaumeOTTAWA Canadas multibillion-dollar plan to buy new warships for the navy isnt the only federal shipbuilding project sailing in uncharted waters.Federal offici...
Families walk B.C. Highway of Tears to honour missing, murdered Indigenous women... +
When Gladys Radek walks the Highway of Tears, she says she can feel the spirits of women who are missing or have been murdered walking beside her.Dozens have vanished or been killed along the notor...
Get minor accidents cleared faster from roadways, province told... +
Two North Shore municipalities are calling on the provincial government to change the Motor Vehicle Act so that minor accidents may be cleared more promptly from provincial highways, bridges and tu...
Body of B.C. hiker who fell from cliff recovered on Oregon beach... +
PORTLAND, Ore. Police say the body of a Vancouver Island hiker who fell from an Oregon cliff more than a week ago has washed ashore.Oregon State Police Sgt. Michael Berland says 51-year-old...
So you want to work in VFX or animation?... +
The visual effects, or VFX, and animation business in British Colombia generates a hefty portion of the provinces over $2.4 billion dollar film and TV production....
Cartoonist draws on experiences as a refugee camp volunteer for graphic novel Threads... +
Kate Evans: ThreadsSept 29 at 7:30 p.m. | Telus Studio Theatre at the Chan CentreTickets and info:from $20 at chancentre.comIn 2015 and 2016, Kate Evans visited The Jungle, a makeshift ...
Executive director Malcolm Levy talks New Forms Festival... +
Originally a showcase for what were the outside sounds of electronic music and arts, New Forms Festival now tries to showcase whats outside that electronic mainstream....
Journalist Carol Off's new memoir puts her in the story... +
All We Leave Behind: A Reporters Journey in the Lives of OthersBy Carol OffRandom House CanadaAward-winning Canadian journalist Carol Off has had one of those big J journalism career...
Flying Cloud: Set sail with CHANEL High Jewellery... +
CHANEL sets sail with Flying Cloud High Jewellery release inspired by the French Riveria home and lifestyle of Gabrielle Chanel....
The final piece of Onnis master-planned community... +
WHAT: 220 homes in a 26-storey concrete high rise with 360-degree ocean and mountain views and more than 18,000 square feet of amenity space. WHERE: 300 Morrissey Road, Suter Brook Village, Port Mo...
Daily Poll: Was city council snubbed on Vancouver's Amazon bid?... +
Some Vancouver councillors have their noses out of joint over the citys bid to become Amazons new home.Theonline retailing giant is looking to add a second North American headqu...
Richmond RCMP still searching for missing teen Linhai Yu... +
The search for a missing Richmond teen continues.Linhai Yu, 17, was reported missing on Sept. 12. Investigators have since been able to speak with a car pool driver who saw Yu on the Knight Street ...
Thieves steal everything from New Brunswick couple moving to B.C.... +
A young East Coast couple who was moving to Vancouver to start a new life has had their U-Haul van stolen, just hours before reaching their destination.Last Tuesday around 5 a.m., Abbotsford Police...
Playland's Fright Nights to return Oct. 6 to 31 with new haunts... +
Fright Nights, the citys biggest Halloween party, will return to Playland next month.The event, which is not for kids or the faint of heart, will take place on select evenings beginning Oct....
What Do Higher Interest Rates Mean for You?... +
The Bank of Canadas benchmark overnight rate increase in July its first since 2010 followed by another in September, has ushered in an optimistic economic outlook. But it has...
Five Things to Know: B.C. students work more, Amazon bid, municipalities want to be included in pot talks... +
B.C. municipalities feel ignored in the provinces pot plans, a therapy dog was mistaken for a wolf and shot, and B.C. students work and owe more than students in other provinces. Here are five thi...
B.C. students work more, owe more... +
That post-secondary students in B.C. work more and owe more in loans comes as no surprise to Caitlin McCutchen.The Kwantlen University student whos in year 5, part-time, of her degree, worke...
Canucks in China: Ray Zhang's Cowichan Capitals spur Chinese hockey dreams... +
Beijing businessman Ray Zhang will catch the Vancouver Canucks when they play at the citys Wukesong Arena this weekend.But two days ahead of flying from Vancouver to Beijing to get to the ex...
Opinion: Renewables cheaper, more dependable than Site C... +
Last week, Prof. Mark Jaccard penned a passionate defence of Site C in order to meet environmental standards in 2050. His aims are honest. His environmental goals are imperative. Sadly, his utility...
Squid Kids prevail in Eastside photo finish, Fox Run dazzles, run news... +
My Notebook Runneth Over with seawall logo news, Judy going to Boston, Blanchette celebrates five, Superman heads to Richmond, North Van Run 5K all set, Woman2Warrior a neat surprise and upcoming e...
Businesses talk trade, Hollywood North to Bollywood... +
Vancouver Film School executives realized that had reached the point where it made more sense to take Hollywood North to Bollywood, rather than try to recruit more Indian students to its Vancouver ...
Therapy dog mistaken for wolf, shot and killed near Whistler... +
A woman says her four-year-old therapy dog has been shot and killed by a hunter who mistook the animal for a wolf near Whistler.Vale Calderoni said she and another handler were finishing a hike wit...
'Did I miss something?': Some Vancouver councillors don't share mayor's Amazon enthusiasm... +
Not everyone at Vancouver city hall seems as excited as the mayor about the citys prospects of luring Amazon to open a second headquarters here.But the agency leading the effort to bring the...
Local politicians seek campaign donation reform... +
Councillors for the District of Oak Bay are asking the province to extend itsproposed curbs on big money political donations to municipalities across B.C.On Monday, Premier John Horgan ...
Cities to vote on resolution asking for input on province pot plan... +
The Union of B.C. Municipalities will decide whether to endorse a special resolution at its annual convention next Wednesday. The resolution, which addresses their role in provincial cannabis frame...
Daughter of woman allegedly killed by her boyfriend testifies about Facebook messages with accused... +
The daughter of a woman who was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend testified Tuesday about the increasing concern her family had over her missing mom.Renee Peters was taken through her final Faceb...
Palmer: Horgan, Weaver both breaking party funding vows... +
VICTORIA Premier John Horgan offered no apologies on Tuesday for the NDP decision to break a campaign promise and immediately begin handing out millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidie...
Three things to do in Vancouver on Wednesday, September 20... +
Looking for something to do in Metro Vancouver? Here are three suggestions for Wednesday, September 20.Vancouver Fringe Festival: Picks of the FringeThe Vancouver Fringe Festival wrapped up over th...
Five things about NDP's party funding plan... +
Monday, the NDP government revealed their political funding reform bill, which a number few expected items, plus a public subsidy which came as a surprise....
People with disabilities, advocates call for bus passes before Jan. 1... +
Delphine Charmleys sons had a measure of independence before the former B.C. Liberal government made changes to the disabled bus pass program last year.They were quite independent. Th...
Video shows 'thousands' of wild fish in salmon farm... +
Video shot at the Sonora Point salmon farm appears to show large numbers of wild fish inside the pens used to grow Atlantic salmon.The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society posted footage shot by...
Ian Mulgrew: "Rapacious" civil jury fees upheld by B.C.'s top judges... +
High civil jury fees may be too costly for large segments of the provinces middle class and needy, but they are not unconstitutional, B.C.s top judges say.Court of Appeal Chief Justice Robe...
ART SEEN: Uninterrupted delivers unique public art experience in Vancouver... +
The salmon in Uninterrupted are as big as whales. They slowly swim on the foundations of the Cambie Bridge and overhead on the underside of the deck.With an evocative soundscape instead of narratio...
B.C. court certifies class-action suit involving 450 foreign workers who got no jobs... +
VANCOUVER The Supreme Court of British Columbia has certified a class-action lawsuit against Macs Convenience Stores and three immigration consultants in Surrey who collected thousan...
6 fashion accessories to buy now... +
The fastest and often most fun way to update your wardrobe for any season is with accessories....
Shots fired at vehicles parked on South Vancouver street... +
Someone fired a gun at a series of parked cars on a residential street in South Vancouver early Tuesday morning.Initial reports of gunfire just after midnight had Vancouver police searching in the ...
Commercial Real Estate: Gas station companies cashing out on value of Vancouver real estate... +
Vancouver will likely lose more gas stations as land values soar and high-density zoning along major corridors in the city encourages more fuel companies to cash out, says a commercial real estate ...
Are there no good women? Women's workplace advocacy group gets another male leader... +
Seriously? For the second consecutive time, the group that aims to accelerate progress for women through workplace inclusion couldnt find a woman to chair its own board of directors.Late las...
Raise-A-Reader: Marpole centre helps dad grow love for books in kids... +
Even though his two-and-a-half-year-
B.C. Premier Horgan defends flip-flop on subsidies for political parties... +
VICTORIA Premier John Horgan admitted Tuesday his new bill to provide public subsidies to political parties was not what he campaigned on in the last election, but argued it is still an app...