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Canada wraps up best-ever Winter Paralympics at Pyeongchang closing ceremony
Para nordic star Mark Arendz leads the way at the Pyeongchang closing ceremony on Sunday as the Canadian contingent celebrates its best-ever Winter Paralympics performance.
Canucks fall to Sharks despite snapping 3-game goal drought
Timo Meier's second goal of the night snapped a 3-3 tie as the San Jose Sharks won their fourth consecutive game with a 5-3 win over the Vancouver Canucks Saturday.
Western U.S. states disregard Trump to form united front with B.C. in fight against climate change
State and provincial governments on the Pacific Coast are displaying their unity in response to an 'absence of leadership' from the White House.
Doubling tarmac time limit among changes denounced by airline passenger rights advocates
Airline passenger advocates are criticizing changes made to the Canada Transportation Act, saying they say will take away from customers' rights rather than add to them.
Woman connected to bawdy-houses fights to stay in Canada
Whitecaps see early red as Atlanta run riot
CBC investigation finds drivers changing oil far more often than automakers require
Culture at the Centre: unprecedented exhibit comes to Museum of Anthropology at UBC
Ridge Meadows RCMP seek man wanted for firearms related charges
Culture shift needed to reduce speeding deaths in B.C., says planner
Wanted: Dwarfs and goblins for Hogwarts summer school
Vancouver fashion student creates new garment every day for 30 days
Saskatchewan would support Alberta's decision to turn off oil taps
Weed 101: New B.C. college program teaches retail side of pot
How wrestler Andy Bird's perseverance is helping Indigenous youth spread their wings