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The community of Lynn Valley continues to find creative ways to come together in the wake of last month's stabbing rampage.​

Doctors have performed the first double lung transplant for a COVID-19 patient in Canada. Avis Favaro reports.​

A group of activists on Vancouver Island continues to defy a court injunction against their blockades at Fairy Creek​

A professor at Simon Fraser University is leading a new national program with the goal of helping Canadians prepare for future pandemics.​

The death of Prince Philip has people around the world sharing stories of his legacy, including a B.C. man who met him three decades ago.​

A B.C. doctor is calling for health officials to extend the current COVID-19 restrictions.​

The Vancouver Canucks were scheduled to return to practice on Sunday, but that plan was put on hold.​

Monday, April 12, marks two weeks since B.C. health officials introduced so-called "circuit-breaker" restrictions: new rules banning indoor dining, religious gatherings and group fitness activities until April 19.​

Police say they were called to assist paramedics around 8 p.m. on Saturday night at the North Vancouver ski slope.​

Carmine Porciello doesn’t think he’ll ever get used to his little sister not being around anymore.​

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WATCH: Former B.C. MLA Richard Lee describes how he was detained in China in 2015: "I asked a few times and at first they said, you know what they have done ... eventually they said you coming here is considered endangering national security."

"Some people go through a lot, and some people want to talk." Celine Dion is being praised for the compassionate way she dealt with a fan who rushed the stage during her performance in Las Vegas:

K-pop fans are already taking selfies at Vancouver locations in the 'Likey' music video

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Braxton Moral is set to graduate from both his Kansas high school and Harvard University in the spring of 2019.

A Nova Scotia man says he was young and immature and generally unaware of the aggressive nature of West Coast seagulls when he left a suitcase of pepperoni near an open hotel window.

UPDATE: A skydiver who died in B.C.'s Southern Interior over the weekend has been identified as Calgary-born rap artist Jon James McMurray.

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Comparing rates across Canada: Average rent in major cities coast to coast

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