Canadians support strict regulations for smoking and vaping
Many Canadians are in favour of existing federal legislation that seeks to make electronic cigarettes less appealing to the country’s
Six charged in connection with massive illicit drug lab
Five British Columbians and an Alberta man are facing numerous charges in relation to the illicit production of synthetic drugs.
Over 10,000 people in BC have recovered from COVID-19
More than 10,000 people who tested positive for COVID-19 in BC have recovered from the disease, according to the Government of BC.
VPD investigates gun point robbery in Yaletown
Vancouver Police today released security video of a suspect in a gunpoint robbery in Yaletown in early October and are asking for the public’s help in identifying him.
8 fraudulent online retailers hijacked Abbotsford home address
Better Business Bureau serving Mainland BC (BBB) is warning online shoppers to be wary of unknown retailers and to carefully
Human remains found in recycling bin in Vancouver
Vancouver Police are investigating the city’s 15th homicide after human remains were found in a large recycling bin in the water off of Kits Point yesterday morning.
Will election candidates commit to ending deadly health inequality?
Thousands of British Columbians are needlessly facing premature death. Our province’s citizens with intellectual disabilities are dying up to 20
BC Liberals offer cheaper car insurance
A BC Liberal government will officially end the ICBC monopoly by opening up the automobile insurance market to competition from
New disease found in deer in BC
The Province is tracking the outbreak of a possible new disease in deer on the Gulf Islands. Adenovirus hemorrhagic disease
Bellingham man held for violating Canada’s Quarantine Act
RCMP arrested and fined a US citizen for violating Canada’s Quarantine Act.
New hope for Indigenous-led businesses hit hard by COVID-19
Capilano University (CapU) has received a $450,000 donation from TD Bank Group to develop and strengthen the University’s Indigenous Digital
Grizzly captured in Squamish; second to be caught this month
The BC Conservation Officer Service captured a grizzly bear in Brackendale on September 27, the second to have been captured
$250,000 reward for information leading to arrest of gondola vandalism suspect
The Sea to Sky Gondola is offering a $250,000 reward for any information leading up to the arrest and conviction of the individual behind the vandalism to the gondola.
Wildlife avoids places visited by outdoor adventurers: UBC
An analysis of trail use by UBC researchers reveals wildlife tends to avoid places that were recently visited by recreational users.
New electric vehicle charging stations coming to Squamish
Patrick Weiler, Member of Parliament for West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country, on behalf of Seamus O’Regan, Canada’s Minister of
Fine for ‘dooring’ goes up this Monday
The Province of British Columbia is significantly increasing the fine for “dooring.” The new fine come into effect this Monday, September 21.
Alert issued about ‘active bear’ at Stawamus Chief park
BC Parks has issued an alert about an active bear in the Stawamus Chief Provincial Park.
Two people charged for allegedly feeding bears in Whistler
Two people are facing charges in connection with allegedly feeding black bears in Whistler.
Sea to Sky Gondola cable line cut again
The Sea to Sky Gondola cable line has been cut again, a year and a month after the gondola was first vandalized.
BC to change regulations to address rising cost of strata insurance
The province says it is making changes to regulations to address the rising cost of strata insurance in the province and to make the industry transparent.