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North Shore mountains celebrate first snowfall

North Shore mountains celebrate first snowfall

While North Shore residents dealt with a deluge of rain to start their work week, staff on the local ski mountains were celebrating the first snowfall of the season.
Not enough fruits, veggies grown to feed global population a healthy diet: study

Not enough fruits, veggies grown to feed global population a healthy diet: study

The world's agriculture producers are not growing enough fruits and vegetables to feed the global population a healthy diet, according to new Canadian-led research.
High-end house rents in Lower Mainland plunge up to 20 per cent as inventory spikes: experts

High-end house rents in Lower Mainland plunge up to 20 per cent as inventory spikes: experts

Slowdown of detached home sales, Airbnb rules bring flood of Vancouver and North Vancouver high-end houses onto rental market, creating "desperation" as owners slash rents
Want to build a secret trail in Whistler? You could go to jail for six months and get fined $10,000

Want to build a secret trail in Whistler? You could go to jail for six months and get fined $10,000

While there are a number of beautiful places to hike in B.C., not everyone follows the designated trails in the province's parks. In fact, a number of hikers and mountain bikers prefer to create their own trails.
Joey Shithead from the punk band D.O.A. just got elected to Burnaby city council

Joey Shithead from the punk band D.O.A. just got elected to Burnaby city council

The Burnaby Citizens Association finally had its monopoly on city council broken Saturday night - but not by much. The BCA elected seven members of its slate - the seven incumbents.
West Vancouver's new mayor won by 21 votes

West Vancouver's new mayor won by 21 votes

Mary-Ann Booth has been elected mayor of the District of West Vancouver by just 21 votes.
Dog deaths in North Vancouver may be tied to suspected mushroom poisoning: RCMP

Dog deaths in North Vancouver may be tied to suspected mushroom poisoning: RCMP

Dog owners in North Vancouver are being advised to keep their pets on a short leash if they are walking in Cates Park along the shores of Burrard Inlet. RCMP Sgt.
Orphaned North Van bear cubs sponsored by neighbourhood

Orphaned North Van bear cubs sponsored by neighbourhood

The pair made fast friends with orphaned Whistler cub at Critter Care
Shopify sees 100 pot orders per minute as Canada legalized weed

Shopify sees 100 pot orders per minute as Canada legalized weed

Hundreds of thousands of orders processed
Postal union issues strike notices, could start rotating job action Monday

Postal union issues strike notices, could start rotating job action Monday

OTTAWA - The Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Tuesday it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week.