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Are Mayor Ken Sim’s days numbered as chair of Vancouver police board?

Are Mayor Ken Sim’s days numbered as chair of Vancouver police board?

Sim’s office: “The mayor believes that the position of chair may be better served by another individual who can fully dedicate their focus to this important role.”
Vancouver mayor grieves stabbing death of 32-year-old chef near Chinatown

Vancouver mayor grieves stabbing death of 32-year-old chef near Chinatown

VANCOUVER — Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim has issued a statement saying police are working tirelessly to find the person responsible for a fatal stabbing near the city's Chinatown early Wednesday.
Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Multi-agency effort leads to successful rope rescue in steep terrain
Police in B.C. arrest two for theft of $2.5M worth of stolen vehicles

Police in B.C. arrest two for theft of $2.5M worth of stolen vehicles

VANCOUVER — Two men face more than a dozen charges each after British Columbia's provincial auto crime team recovered 29 high-end vehicles valued at $2.5 million.
Police in Metro Vancouver recover $2.5 million in stolen trucks and SUVs

Police in Metro Vancouver recover $2.5 million in stolen trucks and SUVs

29 vehicles were recovered and two Delta residents have been arrested
Patient went to ER 180 times, says Eby, as he names science adviser on drug crisis

Patient went to ER 180 times, says Eby, as he names science adviser on drug crisis

VANCOUVER — In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, one person made 180 hospital visits last year, according to Premier David Eby, who said the patient was part of a crisis of repeated emergencies among people with overlapping health and addiction problems
Vancouver's Roller Girl's rollerblades have been stolen

Vancouver's Roller Girl's rollerblades have been stolen

"I just really need them. I make people smile." Roller Girl says.
B.C. seniors feel 'invisible and forgotten,' new seniors advocate says

B.C. seniors feel 'invisible and forgotten,' new seniors advocate says

VICTORIA — Seniors in British Columbia are feeling "invisible and forgotten" as they fall thorough the cracks in existing provincial support systems, their advocate says. In his first report as B.C.
Updated: Squamish council pushes floatel decision off into future

Updated: Squamish council pushes floatel decision off into future

At the June 4 meeting, council referred the TUP for the WLNG floatel back to muni staff; Woodfibre LNG 'dismayed with the ongoing delay.'
She was jailed in Panama. This Coquitlam woman shares why

She was jailed in Panama. This Coquitlam woman shares why

Alana Moor, a graduate of Coquitlam's Gleneagle Secondary, was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for drug trafficking in Panama. Now, she's a life coach who's placed in a major speech competition.