Send tips or comments to email@example.com and follow along on Twitter @corycorreia
Latest from Cory Correia
4 sent to hospital after man drives into crowd at Princeton music festival
Princeton RCMP say charges of robbery and assault with a weapon are being considered against a man in his 20s after he allegedly drove an off-road vehicle into a crowd at the Curiosity Musical Festival over the Canada Day long weekend.
Expense of ebooks threatens digital library collections as 'Big 5' publisher changes business model
It's going to cost your local library a lot more to buy ebooks as publishers continue to change the way they do business.
Online registration for evacuees aims to reduce costs, wait times for emergency support
Emergency Management B.C. is testing a digital registration system that could reduce costs and save time for evacuees of wildfires and other emergencies.
How debris from logging and wildfires can benefit wildlife: UBC researcher
A UBC biology professor says forest management practices in B.C. should consider the benefits of leaving wood debris from forest harvesting, insect outbreaks, and wildfires due to its potential to speed forest regeneration and improve wildlife habitat and biodiversity.
Visiting hikers rescued from West Vancouver trail
Two visiting hikers were rescued early Saturday morning after getting stuck on a West Vancouver trail.
Cost of living rises in B.C. as new fiscal year begins
The first of April marks the beginning of the fiscal year for government organizations, and that means price adjustments to a number of everyday costs and services.
B.C. patients wait longer for key medical procedures than other Canadians, report suggests
New data on wait times for priority medical procedures in Canada suggest B.C. patients are waiting longer than other Canadians.
New ride-hailing app to test launch in Vancouver
A B.C. company called Kater will soon begin testing its new taxi service, using what it describes as Vancouver's first legally compliant ride-hailing app.
Next-level esports facility set to open in Richmond
Capitalizing on a growing base of people playing and watching competitive video games like Overwatch, Fortnite and Starcraft, the Gaming Stadium, a business catering to esports events, is taking over a former car dealership on No. 3 Road to build a showcase arena.
City of Vancouver tallies information from 2019 homeless count
This week the City of Vancouver conducted its annual homeless count, asking people living in shelters and on the street to complete a brief, anonymous survey.
Video of B.C. fisherman throwing explosive into crowd of sea lions sparks controversy
Federal fishery officials are investigating after a video was posted to Facebook featuring a man throwing a small explosive toward a group of sea lions in the Strait of Georgia.
Low-cost skin-cancer detector developed by UBC researcher
A UBC researcher has developed a novel way of testing for skin cancer, using a low-cost, compact laser probe that can distinguish between harmless moles and cancerous ones.
Transit woes: SFU students renew calls for Burnaby Mountain gondola
Simon Fraser University students, already frustrated by crowded buses to the Burnaby Mountain campus, were especially peeved when the recent snowstorms causes more transit delays.
Suspect charged in stabbing of woman and off-duty Delta police officer
A suspect has been charged following the stabbing of a woman and police officer outside Immaculate Conception Elementary School in Delta on Wednesday.
TransLink wants public's say in design of new SkyTrain fleet
The prompt comes at the request of customers seeking more seating options and improved spaces for those with bicycles, strollers and mobility devices, TransLink says.