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Wildfire near Harrison Lake being 'held'

Wildfire near Harrison Lake being 'held'

The fire is believed to be human-caused.
Whistler minor hockey's Kevin and Jennifer Sopp earn PCAHA Special Appreciation Award

Whistler minor hockey's Kevin and Jennifer Sopp earn PCAHA Special Appreciation Award

The couple spent nearly three decades coaching and managing local hockey teams
Updated: Missing person located, say Squamish RCMP

Updated: Missing person located, say Squamish RCMP

The person reported missing in the Sea to Sky Corridor today, has been found.
B.C. breeder loses $835 claim involving amputated dog tail

B.C. breeder loses $835 claim involving amputated dog tail

The "abnormally formed" tail led to Kookbie the dog having defecation problems, which a vet said created hygienic issues.
Photos: An un-bee-lievable experience just launched in Whistler

Photos: An un-bee-lievable experience just launched in Whistler

Visit this hands-on beekeeping experience led by Ensure Hive Future
British Columbians work fewer hours than most Canadians, says law firm study

British Columbians work fewer hours than most Canadians, says law firm study

Alberta law firm study found Newfoundlanders the most overworked in Canada
B.C. man's $72K strata vibration claim dismissed

B.C. man's $72K strata vibration claim dismissed

Tenant Christopher Konrad reported feeling vibrations in his White Rock strata lot, something he said woke him up multiple times per night.
Opinion: Canada's soccer success may soon be overshadowed by World Cup costs

Opinion: Canada's soccer success may soon be overshadowed by World Cup costs

Potential ROI on Vancouver's hosting duties leave much to be desired
Vancouver firefighter adjusts to life after loss of leg to flesh-eating disease

Vancouver firefighter adjusts to life after loss of leg to flesh-eating disease

Christopher Won: "I say to everyone who asks that there's good days and bad days, just like in anyone's life."
Tribunal drops B.C. teacher's gender-based discrimination complaint

Tribunal drops B.C. teacher's gender-based discrimination complaint

A North Vancouver teacher claimed students' complaints about 'manspreading' was "a gender-based slur."