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Family of Squamish hit-and-run victims are ‘grateful’ for community support

Family of Squamish hit-and-run victims are ‘grateful’ for community support

‘It just shows how much Kevin and Dayae are cared for by the community, so it really, really means a lot to us,’ says Kevin’s sister, Allison Gulbranson.
Two B.C. MPs currently on parliamentary trip to Taiwan

Two B.C. MPs currently on parliamentary trip to Taiwan

Canada only formally recognizes Mainland China, but maintains informal relations with Taiwan. Canada-Taiwan trade reached $10.2 billion in 2021, up from $7.4 billion a year earlier
B.C. theatre targeted with 'cruel' threats over children's drag camp

B.C. theatre targeted with 'cruel' threats over children's drag camp

Staff at a Vancouver theatre company say they fear for their safety after non-stop threats and intimidation.
Grandma and baby make it out uninjured after semi plows into home

Grandma and baby make it out uninjured after semi plows into home

Shehadeh's family made it out without injury.
Mixed-use menu: housing, work, shops – and social objectives

Mixed-use menu: housing, work, shops – and social objectives

New projects asked to be all things to all people – but there are limits
Man accused of fatally stabbing B.C. father outside Starbucks appears before judge

Man accused of fatally stabbing B.C. father outside Starbucks appears before judge

The downtown Vancouver killing of Paul Stanley Schmidt was likely witnessed by dozens of people, police say.
B.C. rider who survived cracked vertebrae urges cyclist to put a helmet on

B.C. rider who survived cracked vertebrae urges cyclist to put a helmet on

When it comes to reducing potential injuries, a properly fitted helmet is key, says Dr. Brandon Yau, a resident medical safety officer
Dollar doldrums looming large on the horizon for global container shipping lines

Dollar doldrums looming large on the horizon for global container shipping lines

Supply chain: Capacity up, earnings down as pandemic economy boom turns bust for ocean container carriers
UVic study looks at why some people are more likely to prepare for a tsunami

UVic study looks at why some people are more likely to prepare for a tsunami

Men, younger people, renters and singles are less likely to prepare, while those who are community-minded and participate in community events are more likely
B.C. Transit launches new 'RapidBus,' offering more trips with fewer stops

B.C. Transit launches new 'RapidBus,' offering more trips with fewer stops

Buses every seven to eight minute at peak times on new Route 95; every 15 minutes in off hours.