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"I've sat all week long reflecting listening to you [the viewer] and I have heard you," Ron MacLean said during the first intermission of Saturday's NHL game. "I've reflected by listening to my own heart…and I've struggled mightily to find the words."

He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black shirt, black pants and black leather dress shoes. Police and family are concerned for his health and well-being. It's out of character for Lee to be out of touch this long. [3/4]

"It teaches you so much about just life in general," says Joe Buffalo about skateboarding. "Persistence and perseverance. And that's the vibe I like about it. There's no wrong way of doing it. It's just beautiful."

"I went from playing to 40 people in a coffee shop to ... a sold out [show at] the Vogue Theatre here in town," says Dan Mangan about his sophomore album, Nice, Nice, Very Nice, which is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.

Emergency officials are scrambling to clean up an oil spill in northern B.C. after a tanker truck crashed and burst into flames on Highway 49.

A Vancouver woman says Scotiabank shared few details with her after nearly $17,000 went missing from her family's bank and credit card accounts — and was then mysteriously returned.

Speakers from two controversial Chinese tech firms — including one blacklisted in the United States for its work monitoring the Uighur ethnic group in China — will no longer be speaking at a conference sponsored by a club at UBC.

Six kittens and their mother have made a temporary home at a Nova Scotia bookstore and have free rein of the small shop

RCMP say a man has been arrested and charged in connection to a homicide in Houston, B.C.

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Watch the timelapse of the climate strike across Cambie Street in Vancouver. The march from Vancouver City Hall to the Vancouver Public Library took roughly an hour and 30 minutes.

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

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For over a decade, Tinney Davidson waved out the window of her Comox home to students on their way to school. Now she's moving away, so the students gave her a proper send-off. More:

BREAKING NEWS: Autopsy confirms B.C. homicide suspects Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were the two people found dead along Manitoba’s Nelson River last week. They died of suicide by gunfire.

Cell phone footage captured the dramatic moment a woman pulled a dog from the icy waters of Trout Lake. Full story here: by

A man had to be rescued by helicopter from the White Rock pier Thursday after heavy winds and powerful waves ripped a gaping hole in the structure leaving him stranded. Read more:

Canada also detains migrant children, sometimes for months at a time

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In a stunning blow, the Federal Court of Appeals has quashed the government's approvals to build the Trans Mountain expansion project handing a major victory to Indigenous groups and environmentalists opposed to the $7.4 billion project. #TransMountain 

'Science is on my side," says @MileyCyrus , targets B.C.'s wolf cull, grizzly hunt in video

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