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    Hilton job scam costs Vancouver woman $550

    A Vancouver woman who fell for a job recruitment scam on the Internet is warning others to be careful after she was defrauded out of more than $500. More...
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    Sunniest month ever record broken in Vancouver

    Vancouver has surpassed its previous record for sunniest month ever after racking up more than 388.1 hours of glorious sunshine by 8 a.m. PT Tuesday morning. More...
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    Cory Monteith fans hold Vancouver vigil

    A crowd of about 200 people gathered for a candlelight vigil for Cory Monteith at the Vancouver hotel where the Glee star died of a heroin overdose. More...
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    Canuck Humour

    Q. What do you call 30 millionaires around a TV watching the Stanley Cup Playoffs? A. The Vancouver Canucks. Q. What do the Vancouver Canucks and Billy Graham have in common? A. They both can make 20,000 people stand up and yell 'Jesus Christ'. Q. How do you keep the Vancouver Canucks out...
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    Striking B.C. teachers rally at Vancouver Art Gallery

    Hundreds of striking B.C. teachers gathered at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Wednesday afternoon for a final protest rally before returning to work. More...
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    Vancouver demonstrators protest robocall scandal

    Demonstrators marched through downtown Vancouver Saturday in protest of the robocall scandal. More...
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    Vancouver Stanley Cup rioter gets 17 months in jail

    Ryan Dickinson has been sentenced to 17 months in jail for his part in the June 15, 2011, Vancouver Stanley Cup riot. More...
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    Heavy rain forecast for West Coast

    Environment Canada is forecasting up to 200 mm of rain will fall on the West Coast of Vancouver Island over the next two days. More...
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    Survivalist cow gets second life for Christmas

    A young cow that survived nine months alone in a Metro Vancouver park has a new home just in time for Christmas. More...
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    More Vancouver riot charges announced

    Vancouver police are recommending 52 new charges against 20 people for allegedly participating in the Stanley Cup riot earlier this year. More...
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    Vancouver slaying in front of toddler had no evident motive

    Police have identified the Vancouver mother shot and killed in her car while her toddler was in the back seat, but still have no motive for her killing. More...
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    Vancouver riot suspects to appear in court

    Eight people are expected to appear in provincial court in Vancouver on Wednesday on charges linked to the Stanley Cup riot last June. More...
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    Occupy Vancouver moves to provincial courthouse

    The B.C. government says it will move right away to get legal authority to oust Occupy Vancouver protesters who marched their tent city one block from the city's art gallery to the B.C. provincial courthouse Monday. More...
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    Robertson wins 2nd term as Vancouver mayor

    Gregor Robertson was re-elected to serve a second term as mayor of Vancouver with 77,005 votes, defeating his NPA rival Suzanne Anton with 58,152. More...
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    Vancouver seeks end of Occupy camp, not protest

    The City of Vancouver has moved to get a court order to shut down the Occupy Vancouver tent city
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    Occupy Vancouver death confirmed

    A woman taking part in the Occupy Vancouver protest at the city's art gallery has died, Vancouver police have confirmed. More...
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    Vancouver police recommend 163 riot charges

    The first 163 charges have been recommended by police against 60 alleged looters and vandals in the Stanley Cup riot, Vancouver police announced on Monday morning. More...
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    Magnitude-6.4 quake strikes off of Vancouver

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — A magnitude-6.4 earthquake struck Friday off the coast of British Columbia, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake struck 12:41 p.m. PDT (1941 GMT) at a depth of 14.3 miles (23 kilometers) about 173 miles (279 kilometers) west of Vancouver, the USGS said...
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    Teen athlete apologizes for Vancouver riot role

    An up-and-coming water polo athlete is reported to be among several people who have turned themselves in to police after being photographed during the Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver. Nathan Kotylak, 17, was caught on camera holding a rag and a lighter near the gas tank of a police car during...
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    Violence in Vancouver after Stanley Cup loss

    VANCOUVER – Riot police fired tear gas to control a mob that burned cars and looted shops in downtown Vancouver on Wednesday after the Canucks lost the Stanley Cup final to the Boston Bruins. Thousands of people had jammed into the heart of downtown Vancouver in the hopes of celebrating the...
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