'I'm just living the dream': Greek sensation Tsitsipas reaches Aussie Open semis

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the youngest man to reach a Grand Slam semifinal since 2007 after beating Roberto Bautista Agut 7-5, 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (2) at the Australian Open to follow up on his stunning upset of Roger Federer.

Luxurious trips, lavish overspending alleged in bombshell report on expenses of top B.C. Legislature officials

Two senior B.C. Legislature officials who were suspended two months ago are being investigated for allegedly fraudulent and flagrant overspending, "lavish" trips overseas, inappropriate expense claims, cash payouts and misappropriating liquor from the legislature.

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46% of Canadians $200 or less away from financial insolvency: poll

A new survey says the number of Canadians who are a few hundred dollars away from financial insolvency at month-end is up from the previous quarter, as interest rates rise.

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Pet Peppy

Bilal Chaudhry and Suhaib Sajjad seek investment for their expandable pet carrier.

Mark Tewksbury on progress and problems in Olympic movement

It's been 25 years since Mark Tewksbury won gold at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, but the Calgary born swimmer remains at the heart of the Canadian Olympic movement today. His work as a public speaker and writer have inspired countless athletes, and Mark's voice has been a powerful addition to several athletes' causes, including Olympic reform and advocating for the rights of LGBTQ athletes. Listen as he and POV host Anastasia Bucsis discuss advocacy, LGBTQ visibility in sport, and the future of the Olympic movement.

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Kamloops pharmacy welcomes homeless to hang out

When Clancy O'Malley took over the Pharmasave in downtown Kamloops, he wanted his drugstore to give back to the community.That's part of the reason he's set up space in his store where the homeless are welcome to come inside to get out of the cold. Daybreak's Jenifer Norwell stopped by.

How smart technology gets you to continue paying long after point of sale

Giving every dishwasher, thermostat, and SUV an internet connection is one way for companies to keep making money after someone buys their product — whether through regular subscriptions, data collection, or some combination of the two.

Windsor says yes to pot stores

It's a yes from Windsor. Council has voted 8-3 to allow private marijuana retail in the municipality.

Harden reaches 30 points for 20th-straight game

Rockets guard James Harden continued his torrid scoring pace on Monday, scoring 37 points in Houston's loss to Philadelphia.

Charges laid after 2-year-old killed by snake venom in North Vancouver

Charges have been laid nearly five years after a two-year-old was poisoned and killed by snake venom in North Vancouver.

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Game Wrap: Coyle scores winner in Wild's win over Vegas

Minnesota beat the Golden Knights 4-2 to pick up the team's third win in its last four games.

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Game Wrap: Laviolette earns 600th win as Preds beat Avs

Nashville defeats Colorado 4-1, head coach Peter Laviolette becomes 2nd American-born coach to reach 600 career victories.

B.C.'s French immersion struggles have a Vancouver program overcapacity

"We have not had and continue not to have enough French immersion teachers to meet the demand of the program," a Vancouver School Board official said.

B.C.'s French immersion struggles have Vernon parents camping out

Parents in Vernon, B.C., spent a night last week camped out in freezing temperatures to get the hottest ticket in town: registration for their child to get into French immersion.

Brampton council votes at 11th hour to opt in on pot shops

Brampton city council voted late Monday night for legalized cannabis shops in their city as of April 1. Councillors voted eight to three in favour of opting in.

'This fire is devastating': Courtenay thrift shop damaged by flames

A Vancouver Island thrift shop operated by the Comox Valley Transition Society has had to close its doors because of extensive damage caused by a fire early Sunday morning.

Passerby helps rescue man trapped inside burning West End apartment

A Winnipeg man says he helped rescue a man who was trapped inside a burning building Monday afternoon — all before firefighters arrived.