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Canada-born actor Jim Carrey filming movie in Metro Vancouver this week (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Canada-born actor Jim Carrey filming movie in Metro Vancouver this week (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

The movie set "looks like a military invasion with helicopter and tanks included!"
Flames destroy unfinished condo in Langley, B.C., force nearby residents to evacuate

Flames destroy unfinished condo in Langley, B.C., force nearby residents to evacuate

LANGLEY, B.C. — A huge fire has destroyed two six-storey condominium towers under construction in Langley, B.C. The fire broke out around 9:30 p.m.
Police say 20-year-old targeted in deadly shooting in Coquitlam, B.C.

Police say 20-year-old targeted in deadly shooting in Coquitlam, B.C.

COQUITLAM, B.C. — Homicide detectives say a 20-year-old man was shot to death Monday evening in Coquitlam, B.C. Sgt.
Feds order Trans Mountain to stop Burnaby logging operations over bird nests

Feds order Trans Mountain to stop Burnaby logging operations over bird nests

The verbal compliance order was made following two onsite inspections made early last week
Updated: Christy Clark says casino oversight was seldom on her radar as premier

Updated: Christy Clark says casino oversight was seldom on her radar as premier

“Never did we say revenue considerations would come before stopping criminal activity,” former premier tells Cullen inquiry into money laundering.
'We are going to survive this closure': Customers pitch in over $21k to save Vancouver restaurant

'We are going to survive this closure': Customers pitch in over $21k to save Vancouver restaurant

"This has brought us to the edge," said one of the owners earlier this month, when the ban on indoor dining in B.C. went into effect
B.C. NDP introduces bill to give workers paid time off to get COVID-19 vaccine

B.C. NDP introduces bill to give workers paid time off to get COVID-19 vaccine

Labour Minister Harry Bains says the government consulted with the business community, labour organizations, workers and others on changes to the Employment Standards Act.
B.C. nurses ask residents to follow public health orders as hospitalizations climb

B.C. nurses ask residents to follow public health orders as hospitalizations climb

Nurses across the province are at a "breaking point as they work through this third wave."
North Shore dad supports B.C.'s move on drug decriminalization but says it's 'way overdue'

North Shore dad supports B.C.'s move on drug decriminalization but says it's 'way overdue'

"It has taken way too many deaths, destroyed families, and five long years for this to happen."
Vancouver man riding scooter collides with coyote, fends off two others

Vancouver man riding scooter collides with coyote, fends off two others

VANCOUVER — Police in Vancouver say a 44-year-old man who fell off his electric scooter when it collided with a coyote fought off two more of the animals while he lay injured. Sgt.