Estefania Duran is a journalist with CBC News Vancouver. You can email her at email@example.com.
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B.C.'s 1st hybrid electric passenger ferries to arrive next month
B.C.'s first hybrid electric passenger ferries have officially entered the waters of the Pacific Ocean and will be arriving in Victoria this January.
Cannabis edibles, topicals and extracts available online in B.C. starting Thursday
Edibles, extracts and topical cannabis products have been legal since Oct. 17, but they haven’t been available for sale.
How rising strata insurance rates across B.C. could affect you
Condo and townhouse owners in B.C. are reeling in the wake of recent revelations insurance rates for strata buildings in B.C. are seeing a sudden spike of anywhere from 50 to 300 percent.
Metro Vancouver transit workers ratify new contract with Coast Mountain
Metro Vancouver bus and SeaBus workers have voted in favour of a new three-year deal with Coast Mountain Bus Company. The union representing the 5,000 workers says 84.3 per cent voted in favour of the new deal, ending the weeks-long dispute.
'It's frustrating': Vancouverite living in the U.K. says ballot never arrived
A Supreme Court decision earlier this year ruled all Canadian expats had a right to vote, regardless of how long they've been living abroad.
Port Moody mayor taking another leave of absence over sexual assault charge
Vagramov was originally charged with sexual assault in March — stemming from an incident in 2015 — and took a leave of absence.
Vancouver police investigating after woman struck and dragged by van on Hastings St.
A 24-year-old woman has life-threatening injuries after she became stuck underneath a car and dragged for several blocks Saturday morning.
RCMP called in after pushing and shoving breaks out at controversial UBC event
The event included controversial speaker Mark Hecht, who wrote an anti-immigrant op-ed for the Vancouver Sun last month.
Nurses and police to respond to calls together under new Richmond program
Richmond RCMP say officers have seen an increase over the years in the number of calls related to mental health.
BC Federation of Labour calls for boycott of 4 Vancouver hotels as strikes continue
A total of 1,200 workers including room attendants, chefs and front-desk agents, are striking over issues related to safety, workload and job security.