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'It's none of their business': The Wet'suwet'en people who want the protesters to stop

The Wet'suwet'en Nation is divided over whether to support a new natural gas pipeline through its territory.

Trial over fatal drunk-driving crash will determine whether party hosts were liable for underage teens' safety

A crash after a house party on B.C.'s Salt Spring Island left one teen dead and another badly injured in 2012. Eight years later, a civil trial in the case could change how the law looks at the responsibilities hosts have for the safety of their guests — especially minors.

North Van councillors to reconsider pigeon ban amid conflict of interest allegations

Mayor Mike Little said he supported all 12 recommendations and hoped council would endorse them.

Restaurant owner targeted by coronavirus rumour bewildered by lies spread online

Lily Yung, owner of of Grand Crystal Seafood Restaurant in Burnaby's Crystal Mall, said a rumour involving an employee circulating on WeChat tanked her family's business in less than 24 hours.

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Vancouver's Kenneth Lum among winners of $25K Governor General's art awards