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Killer gets 15-year sentence for 2020 shooting of Vancouver shop owner

Santana McElroy recalled Thursday how she sat on the sidewalk outside Main Street's Dank Mart after getting the devastating news that the love of her life, Amin Shahin Shakur, had been shot to death behind his store an hour earlier. Read More

Rachael Allen: Our unhoused loved ones are dying before their time 

Our loved ones — neighbours, friends, children, and co-workers — are dying. Lives are ending from fatal overdoses due to a toxic drug supply amidst the ongoing opioid crisis. Those experiencing homelessness, in addition to substance use, are dying younger and faster than those living in more affluent areas of Metro Vancouver. Read More

Sarah Roth: We need to fix inequities in B.C. cancer care

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Fake nurse cared for 899 patients while working at B.C. Women's Hospital, health authority says

The Provincial Health Services Authority has confirmed a fake nurse who worked in a surgical unit at B.C. Women's Hospital was involved in the care of 899 patients before her fraud was exposed. Read More

Van Isle Violet predicts six more weeks of winter

Don’t pack away your winter clothing just yet. Van Isle Violet is predicting six more weeks of winter. Read More

Plane routes to YVR are being updated and some communities aren't happy about it

The company responsible for controlling Canada’s air traffic says it’s modernizing operations in southern B.C. and Vancouver Island to make it more efficient and less polluting. Read More

B.C.'s harm-reduction and addiction treatment systems plagued by gaps

In the same week that the province's decriminalization rollout marked a shift in drug policy, grim figures from the B.C. Coroners Service — which show people continue to die in near record numbers due to the toxic drug supply — laid bare the gaps in the province's harm reduction and addiction treatment system. Read More

Fisheries scientists call out Ottawa for 'flawed' sea lice report

A group of 16 fisheries scientists are calling out the federal Fisheries Department for what they call a flawed report that concluded sea lice from salmon farms on the West Coast posed little risk to juvenile wild salmon. Read More

Ian Mulgrew: Why B.C.'s decriminalization experiment won't stop the drug deaths and misery

The three-year drug decriminalization experiment in B.C. is a waste of time and a halfway whistle-stop of pain on the road to regulation. Read More

Vancouver Chinatown vandalism suspect arrested, after surge of reported incidents

Vancouver police say they've arrested a suspect in a spate of vandalism in Chinatown. Read More

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