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Ban moves ahead in B.C. against same real estate agent for buyer and seller

New real estate consumer protection rules to take effect in March

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Justin Trudeau visits White Rock, IHIT takes over a New Westminster stabbing and more

Lower Mainland gas prices could drop by eight cents by Friday

Analyst says under $1.30 per litre could be the new normal this winter

Moose, deer with fawn poached near Pemberton

Charges are pending for wildlife killed illegally

Mounties hunt for North Vancouver bike thieves

Two suspects allegedly used a grinder to cut three bike locks

Vancouver approves new rules for short-term rentals

Operators will now require a $49 business licence

Teen arrested after stabbing, robbery at North Delta arena

15-year-old boy is to appear in Surrey youth court Tuesday

Man arrested after allegedly groping woman, fondling himself on bus

Nanaimo man was taken into custody in West Vancouver

Rain and wind to pummel B.C.’s south coast

Vancouver, Vancouver Island and Howe Sound will get the worst of it

Police appeal for more info on violent Stanley Park attacks

One man was killed, while a senior was left with traumatic injuries

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A White Rock woman’s terrifying experience, the vigil for an Abbotsford police officer and more

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Sikhs come out in droves to give blood, wind, rain and snow for B.C.’s south coast and more

UPDATE: BC Ferries resumes Tsawwassen-Vancouver Island service as winds ease

Most morning sailings had been cancelled

VIDEO: Giving blood to honour Sikh lives lost

Annual blood drive sees thousands come out to give blood across B.C.

UPDATE: Wind, snow and rain on the way for B.C.’s south coast

Metro Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Fraser Valley could see winds up to 80 km/hr

Small knives okay, baby powder out on flights in Canada

Transport Canada amends list of prohibited items

September least deadly month for drug overdose this year: coroner

Carfentanil was detected in 37 deaths between June and September

White nationalist flyer spotted in Burnaby

Police say it’s not the first time these kinds of notices have been seen in the city

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An Aldergrove home invasion, a GoFund me set up for slain Abbotsford officer and more

B.C. trader fined $400,000, banned from capital markets

Man who faked takeover of a mining company also ordered to pay back money he earned selling shares