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Ryan Reynolds wants you to drink with him and watch a movie today

Ryan Reynolds wants you to drink with him and watch a movie today

Want to drink green stuff and watch a superhero movie with this Vancouver actor?
China sets trial dates for Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor

China sets trial dates for Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor

The Canadian government has issued the following statement about two high-profile Canadian prisoners in China
Vancouver photographer catches ravens playing in the snow (VIDEO)

Vancouver photographer catches ravens playing in the snow (VIDEO)

Have you ever seen birds so happy to be in the snow?
Chetwynd’s Pine River gas plant being decommissioned

Chetwynd’s Pine River gas plant being decommissioned

Company didn’t have to move to decommissioned status: LRB decision
Woman dies in shooting in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Woman dies in shooting in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — Police say a woman has been fatally shot in Vancouver. A statement from Sgt. Steve Addison says police responded to a call at about 4 a.m. on Wednesday.
FortisBC says regulator approves maintaining price of natural gas to end of June

FortisBC says regulator approves maintaining price of natural gas to end of June

SURREY, B.C. — Natural gas supplier FortisBC says prices won't change for at least another three months, but other charges such as the provincial carbon tax still have the potential to increase the customer's bill.
COVID-19 breakups: Study says 5 million Canadian couples have split

COVID-19 breakups: Study says 5 million Canadian couples have split

A quarter of Canadians aged 18-24 have experienced a pandemic split, the most of any age group
Severity of violent hospital incidents on the rise: unions

Severity of violent hospital incidents on the rise: unions

President of the BC Nurses' Union says many of the aggressive incidents stem from patients who do not have appropriate supports in the community for their mental-health challenges.
B.C.'s income and disability rates to increase by $175 per month in April

B.C.'s income and disability rates to increase by $175 per month in April

VICTORIA — Income and disability assistance rates in British Columbia are being raised by $175 per month starting in April, Nicholas Simons, the minister of social development and poverty reduction, said Tuesday.
B.C.'s top doctor urges people to follow COVID-19 rules on St. Patrick's Day

B.C.'s top doctor urges people to follow COVID-19 rules on St. Patrick's Day

VICTORIA — B.C.'s top doctor is reminding the public to follow COVID-19 rules during St. Patrick's Day celebrations, while the province has again extended its ongoing state of emergency in response to the pandemic. Dr.