Iconic Vancouver store for outdoor enthusiasts is closing up shop after 70 years in business.
With the owners set to retire later this year, 3 Vets has been sold to land developers. But as one of the owners reveals, it was not an easy decision.
'I want someone to take my pain': Woman set on fire by husband denied home insurance payout
Wendy Soczek won her fight for survival after her husband intentionally set her on fire back in 2010. But earlier this month, she lost her legal fight for a payout from her insurance company to fix her home.
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