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U.S. wildfire smoke will return to Metro Vancouver this week

U.S. wildfire smoke will return to Metro Vancouver this week

Wildfire smoke – this time from California – is expected to threaten Vancouver's air quality starting Wednesday
Foreign observers wary of 'chaos,' 'rancor' in US debate

Foreign observers wary of 'chaos,' 'rancor' in US debate

“How did America reach this level of political decline?”
Statistics Canada says economy grew 3.0 per cent in July

Statistics Canada says economy grew 3.0 per cent in July

Statistics Canada says the economy is still running about six per cent below its pre-pandemic level in February
Colour the Trails hopes to make B.C.'s mountains more inclusive

Colour the Trails hopes to make B.C.'s mountains more inclusive

Juju Milay says outdoor communities are starting to say, ‘Hey, maybe we aren’t as inclusive as we thought we were; how do we begin a conversation?’
Trudeau pledges extra $400 million in humanitarian aid to fight COVID-19

Trudeau pledges extra $400 million in humanitarian aid to fight COVID-19

Trudeau said the pandemic has further exacerbated long-standing challenges of poverty, inequality, as well as climate change
BC NDP created dozens of new taxes since 2017

BC NDP created dozens of new taxes since 2017

Pandemic caused delays in some levy hikes
Missing Vancouver man may be in Sea to Sky, says VPD

Missing Vancouver man may be in Sea to Sky, says VPD

Darcy Wild’s last known location was near Alice Lake in Squamish
B.C. COVID-19 infections pass 9,000 threshold, as hospitalizations highest since May

B.C. COVID-19 infections pass 9,000 threshold, as hospitalizations highest since May

With 105 new infections detected overnight, the total number of COVID-19 cases B.C. has had since January is 9,013
Squamish Search and Rescue ties record year for most callouts

Squamish Search and Rescue ties record year for most callouts

With months left in the year, the team is poised to surpass 2018 as the busiest year
Parents shouldn't needlessly worry about COVID-19 exposure at school: Bonnie Henry

Parents shouldn't needlessly worry about COVID-19 exposure at school: Bonnie Henry

There have been no transmissions or outbreaks of COVID-19 at schools