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Expanded restrictions in Vancouver to stop spread of damaging Japanese beetle

Expanded restrictions in Vancouver to stop spread of damaging Japanese beetle

VANCOUVER — It's flying season for the Japanese beetle, which has prompted expanded restrictions on soil and plants in Vancouver that cover much of the city.
Prince George home invasion now a homicide investigation

Prince George home invasion now a homicide investigation

Victim dies from injuries suffered in June 19 incident at 300-block Nicholson Street South home
B.C. man making third attempt at 106-km world-record swim

B.C. man making third attempt at 106-km world-record swim

Only one person has ever swam the full 106 kilometres across Okanagan Lake.
Wildfire above Highway 99 in West Vancouver now 'held' after route closed Monday

Wildfire above Highway 99 in West Vancouver now 'held' after route closed Monday

VANCOUVER — Traffic was moving again as crews worked quickly to corral a brush fire that closed a major Vancouver-area highway for hours.
As last year's orphan bear cubs are released, three new babies arrive

As last year's orphan bear cubs are released, three new babies arrive

“Believe me, the love here is only one way. They don’t like us and that’s fine. That’s the way it should be.”
Oak Bay issues warning about poisonous 'death cap' mushrooms

Oak Bay issues warning about poisonous 'death cap' mushrooms

“Oak Bay may be the death cap capital of Canada.”
Vancouver 2022 stabbing left internal organ exposed

Vancouver 2022 stabbing left internal organ exposed

“He was frightened. He reacted quickly.”
Humans to blame for all 47 of Vancouver Island's fires: Wildfire Service

Humans to blame for all 47 of Vancouver Island's fires: Wildfire Service

So far this year, wildfires in Canada have burned an area more than double the size of Vancouver Island. The record comes just as the core season begins.
Vancouver Chinatown condo project is approved after years of controversy

Vancouver Chinatown condo project is approved after years of controversy

Vancouver's development permit board has approved a controversial nine-storey residential tower in the heart of Chinatown that supporters hope will reinvigorate the neighbourhood but which critics see as a symbol of gentrification that fails to refle
B.C. moved ahead with ending letter grades despite parent, teacher, student concerns

B.C. moved ahead with ending letter grades despite parent, teacher, student concerns

British Columbia's Ministry of Education went ahead with plans to do away with letter grades from kindergarten to Grade 9 despite its own public consultation showing the majority of teachers, students and parents didn't like the idea.