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'It's bittersweet': Burnaby couple string up Christmas light display for last time
The festive, brightly lit house on a sloping Burnaby street has become a Christmas staple over the last decade and attracts huge crowds every year. But this year, the owners say, will be the last.
Pedestrian killed in Surrey after being struck by vehicle on Scott Road
Police say the man was not safely crossing the road between 70th and 72nd Avenue when he was struck.
Evicted tenant who beat building manager in 'brutal' attack sentenced to 5½ years
Paul Belozer, 61, died from his injuries a week after the attack in April 2017.
Vancouver binners celebrate at annual holiday BBQ
The Vancouver Regional Recycling Depot held its annual "binners' barbecue" on Saturday as a way to give back to its clientele, many who are homeless.
Overnight fire at B.C.'s Big White ski resort under investigation
Fire crews are investigating after a fire broke out at a house at the Big White ski resort near Kelowna, B.C. No one was injured.
This anti-racism adviser criticized PM's blackface. She says it cost her federal job
'It body-shames girls': B.C. teen prompts school district to change student dress code
'Nobody deserves to be alone': Penticton family opens their doors for Christmas
Vancouver homeless camp brings community, safety, home, says resident
Justin Kripps stands atop 4-man bobsleigh podium in Lake Placid
Camping season isn't over! How to sleep under the stars in winter
Meet the 3 generations of this Vancouver family who donate their time over the holidays
Real vs. artificial: Which type of Christmas tree is worse for the environment?
New fleet of robotic vessels off West Coast will improve weather monitoring
The downside of the merry season: holidays can trigger trauma for those with mental health issues
CFIA wins court challenge over transport of horses to Japan for human consumption
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