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An 81-year-old man in Mission, B.C., is "confused" and "frustrated" after attempting to receive his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine — only to be turned away by Fraser Health staff.

Some registered massage therapists offering sex for sale and insurance receipts, CBC investigation finds

Round-the-clock support for sexual assault victims in Sea to Sky corridor gets provincial funding

Civil rights groups have filed a complaint against the Vancouver Police Department’s trespass prevention program, which they say disproportionately impacts racialized and Indigenous people

As COVID-19 cases fall, health officials prepare shift from emergency management to disease control

U.S. President Joe Biden says he is determined to stop China from becoming the world's top dog as long as it remains a dictatorship. But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at the G7 Summit that he doesn't share that goal.

RCMP explores adding ribbon skirt as part of ceremonial uniform

B.C. providing update on plans for back-to-school in September

Parents already scrambling because of the school space crunch in Vancouver's core are worried the provincial government is moving the goalposts on its promise to build a new school in Olympic Village.

'It acknowledges our place': RCMP explores adding ribbon skirt as part of ceremonial uniform

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WATCH: Vancouver photographer's video of ravens playing like puppies in the snow goes viral.

The Indian Residential School Survivors Society (IRSSS) is calling on the federal government and the Catholic church to take action following the discovery of the remains of 215 children buried on the Kamloops Indian Residential School grounds.

Video in civil claim shows RCMP officer dragging student, stepping on her head after wellness check. Read more:

Outrage is spreading after video surfaced in a civil claim showing an RCMP officer dragging a student and stepping on her head after a wellness check. As @BradyStrachan  tells us, the Mountie says she used no more force than was necessary:

A teddy bear carrying the audio of a dying mother's final message to her daughter has been safely reunited with its owner. Mara Soriano played the recording after getting the bear back on Tuesday.

Try to get this song out of your head. 3 young brothers from Ladner, B.C., wrote and performed a tune that calls on people to "stay home" during the coronavirus pandemic.

Jogger crosses U.S. border by accident, detained by authorities for 2 weeks

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Vancouver's Trump International Hotel is closing permanently, according to staff. Repeated calls to Holborn Group and the hotel manager, based in Hawaii, were not returned. The front entrance is boarded up, and the online booking system does not connect.

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