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"There's a lot of people at Thanksgiving that are feeling broken, forgotten, like they don't have a lot of hope."

Meet trusted home experts & see @hgtvcanada 's @Bryan_Baeumler  at the @VanHomeShows ! Get your 2-for-1 tickets now: #VFHS19 

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Vancouver's education-over-enforcement approach currently gives offenders two "soft" notices before a ticket, and fines are rarely issued.

Police could not confirm the type of dog but said it was a large breed.

"If tourism occurred, our view was it was strictly icing on the cake. You can't start to lose the cake, because the icing's not enough."

Demonstrators say they want to bring attention to Tamara Jansen's stance on social issues, which they say are "lot more extreme than the Conservative Party."

"We only have one shot at this. The NBA only comes to town once a year. So this is our chance to show the league how great our fans are."

"We wanted to be playing a rugby game that day, but again, you can't fight Mother Nature and some things are more important than rugby."

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“We’re not allowed to bring peanut butter sandwiches to schools to protect those kids who have peanut allergies. So why are children who are unvaccinated, who are potentially spreading a deadly illness around allowed to go to school?"

"I want my buddy to come home, and if there is anybody out there who has taken him, please let him go."

Not "Apocalypse Now." This is B.C.'s Williams Lake airport, at 8:35 p.m. Video courtesy of Bryan Johns. #BCwildfire 

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Andrew Scheer was the only major federal party leader not to take part in today's Vancouver Pride Parade. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had something to say about that

B.C. baby first to get health card without gender marker. “For us, it’s a huge step forward,” the baby's parent said

#BREAKING A pod of orcas has been spotted making an incredibly rare appearance in Vancouver's False Creek.

The man who killed West Shore RCMP Const. Sarah Beckett has been granted day parole halfway through his 4-year prison sentence. "I don't believe in Canada's values anymore," Beckett's widower says

The restaurant's parent company said it "cannot discriminate" against someone based on their support for the U.S. administration, or any other bona fide party.

They say wearing a hockey jersey -- or any other kind of sports jersey -- on April 12 is a simple gesture that will let victims and their families know that "they're not alone.... There's a whole community behind them."

A group of young skiers are being praised for their efforts to help save a boy dangling from a B.C. chairlift. READ MORE:

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