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Jogger accidentally crosses U.S. border from B.C., gets detained for 2 weeks by authorities
Cedella Roman says she was jogging along the beach in White Rock, B.C., when she crossed the U.S. border without realizing it. Then, she was detained.
Unfriendly skies: 'Super Elite' flyer claims Air Canada clipped his wings
As one of Air Canada's most frequent flyers, Eric Wong claims he once soared with the members of the airline's Super Elite. But the Vancouver businessman is now suing the airline for allegedly clipping his wings by revoking his special status.
'The community has got to be involved:' mayor praises Wake Up, Surrey's mobilization against gang violence
Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner spoke with On The Coast’s Gloria Macarenko about Wake Up, Surrey's initiatives and what the city is doing to stop gang violence.
Metro Vancouver police warn of CRA scams after residents lose thousands
Police forces in Metro Vancouver are warning residents about Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) scams after people in different cities lost thousands — one in an incident involving fake police officers.
B.C.'s oldest ever high-school grad collects her diploma at age 92
'Free the roads': Wai Young joins Vancouver's race for mayor on anti-bike lane platform
Three dead in car accident north of Cache Creek
Chiropractor with sex assault history permanently banned from treating patients
'Every minute, the smoke doubled': Crews fight grass fire above Kamloops neighbourhood
B.C. Crown says polygamous leader took 15-year-old girl across border for sex
As B.C. bakes, mountain resort near Vernon tackles 30 cm dump of snow
RCMP dive team finds body of Delta man in Alice Lake
Land deal between First Nation and BC Hydro could breathe new life into Vancouver Island hamlet