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Frustrated passengers leave stalled SkyTrains, walk along elevated tracks

VANCOUVER - For the second time in a week, passengers aboard two of Metro Vancouver's rapid-transit lines pried open the doors of stalled trains and walked along the system's narrow, elevated tracks....

posted: July 21,2014





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First Nations back away from squatters asserting aboriginal title

VANCOUVER - Squatters given eviction notices for camping in a Vancouver park claim they have a right to put down stakes because they're on unceded land, but three local First Nations whose territory they're occupying are distancing...


B.C. teen charged after 90 spray painted tags found on North Vancouver buildings

NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. - North Vancouver RCMP believe they have caught a prolific graffiti artist who has spray painted his way across the area more than 90 times....


Murder charge laid after victim of Surrey attack taken off life support

SURREY, B.C. - A charge of second-degree murder has now been laid against a community leader in Surrey, B.C....


Bacteria-laden water prompts advisories at three Vancouver beaches

VANCOUVER - Warnings have been posted at three Metro Vancouver beaches advising swimmers to stay out of the water....


Search for man missing on solo rowing journey from Prince Rupert to Port Hardy

VANCOUVER - Rescue aircraft are back in the skies as another day of searching begins for a man last seen in a small rowboat off northern Vancouver Island....


Abbotsford police investigating shooting that sent man to hospital

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - Abbotsford police are investigating a shooting that sent one man to hospital....








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