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The Amazing Race Canada zips through Richmond Night Market

The Amazing Race Canada zips through Richmond Night Market

Season 8 of the reality show is expected to come out this year.
Bacteria causing fish skin disease spiked around fish farms, a study finds

Bacteria causing fish skin disease spiked around fish farms, a study finds

Bacteria that causes skin disease in fish spiked around fish farms in Discovery Islands
First Nations mean business

First Nations mean business

Third annual Indigenous Partnership Showcase focuses on economic reconciliation
Emergency crews on scene as smoke, flames rise from Quaaout Lodge

Emergency crews on scene as smoke, flames rise from Quaaout Lodge

Everyone evacuated the building safely.
Recall issued Canada-wide for peanut butter due to salmonella concern

Recall issued Canada-wide for peanut butter due to salmonella concern

Smucker Foods has issued a press release apologizing.
'Museums need to be shaken': Nuu-chah-nulth scholar calls for change

'Museums need to be shaken': Nuu-chah-nulth scholar calls for change

The question for Haa’yuups is how many of these items belong behind glass, thousands of kilometres from the people who made them?

RCMP searching for suspect after victim sexually assaulted during break-and-enter

SURREY, B.C. — Police in Surrey are looking for a suspect following an alleged sexual assault at a home in the Saint Helen's Park neighbourhood. Officers were called to the 12900 block of 101A Avenue at about 6:40 a.m.
No update on man missing after boat overturns near Nitinat Narrows

No update on man missing after boat overturns near Nitinat Narrows

Two people were rescued after a boat overturned near Nitinat Narrows, off Pacific Rim National Park on the Island’s west coast, on Thursday night, but one man has not been found.
B.C. honouring Japanese Canadian legacies with new fund

B.C. honouring Japanese Canadian legacies with new fund

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the internment of Japanese Canadians across the province.
Vancouver police investigate possible hate crime after man attacked with bear spray

Vancouver police investigate possible hate crime after man attacked with bear spray

Vancouver police are investigating a possible hate crime after a senior citizen was bear-sprayed in the city's Chinatown.