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Car seen travelling wrong way on Trans-Canada Highway (VIDEO)

Car seen travelling wrong way on Trans-Canada Highway (VIDEO)

A driver tried to alert oncoming traffic by flashing his lights.
Pet food store owner makes plea not to buy real bunnies this Easter

Pet food store owner makes plea not to buy real bunnies this Easter

Too many rabbit "presents" end up dumped at local parks
Police expected to update investigation into stabbings at library in North Vancouver

Police expected to update investigation into stabbings at library in North Vancouver

Police are expected to release more details today in their investigation of a stabbing rampage that left a young woman dead and injured six others in and around Lynn Valley Public Library on Saturday.
Dear therapist, how will I feel when the pandemic is over?

Dear therapist, how will I feel when the pandemic is over?

A Sea to Sky therapist walks us through what to expect and what has been lost — or gained — through this COVID-19 period.
Legal, tax challenge thicket entangles 'border-free' remote work

Legal, tax challenge thicket entangles 'border-free' remote work

Special report: Pandemic opened doors for more telecommuting – but also a rats' nests of regulation
Remains of SpaceX rocket breaks up in night sky over Pacific Northwest

Remains of SpaceX rocket breaks up in night sky over Pacific Northwest

Blazing streaks of light tore through the darkness Thursday night.
Over half of Canada's 'hardest hit' businesses will not survive until the end of 2021

Over half of Canada's 'hardest hit' businesses will not survive until the end of 2021

A survey finds that the hardest-hit Canadian businesses will not survive if the CEWS and the CERS programs are not extended.
Two B.C. real estate agents fired in wake of sexual assault allegations

Two B.C. real estate agents fired in wake of sexual assault allegations

A woman has come forward claiming she was sexually assaulted while inside a Victoria real estate business.
B.C. increases penalty for attending gatherings and events—from $230 to $575

B.C. increases penalty for attending gatherings and events—from $230 to $575

The current fine for those who organize or host a banned event remains the same at $2,300.
Second brand added to Canada-wide apricot seed recall

Second brand added to Canada-wide apricot seed recall

Apricot seeds are known to contain a natural toxin that can cause cyanide poisoning.