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Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Past articles by Emily:

Former Vancouver School Board trustee’s sex-sting trial postponed

Ken Clement is charged with one count of communicating for sexual services of a person under the age of 18. → Read More

Woman dragged for several blocks under vehicle in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

The woman was trapped under a vehicle for several blocks in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and is in hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to police. → Read More

U.S. schools install vape detectors, no interest from B.C. school districts

While anti-vaping measures are now in use in the U.S., administrators in B.C. high schools do not appear to share their American counterparts' concern. → Read More

Murdered B.C. girls left note for Santa, went sledding before killing, father testifies

WARNING: This story contains details that may be disturbing to some readers. → Read More

Surrey RCMP investigating Friday night shooting in Newton area

Officers reportedly found a man suffering from a gunshot wound in the 17300 block of 56 Avenue after responding to a call in the area of Mud Bay Park. → Read More

Langley stabbing sends one man to hospital

An ambulance responded to the call and found a 32-year-old-man who had appeared to have suffered a stab wound. → Read More

Surrey police report is ‘troubling’ after in-depth look, says Surrey First councillor

If the city were to follow neighboring municipal contracts, councillor Linda Annis says Surrey will have fewer cars on the road. → Read More

Coquitlam woman calls for cap on large cash payments to city hall

A Coquitlam woman wants her city to put a cap on cash payments to city hall, over worries they could be vulnerable to money laundering. → Read More

Residential Tenancy Branch sides with renters in Port Coquitlam renoviction case

Earlier this year, building owners handed out eviction notices, ordering about 100 renters to move out by the end of June for building upgrades. → Read More

Vandals target Mission Church with Satanic graffiti

Father George Edattukaran said vandals made their way around the church. → Read More

Metro Vancouver mayors call for sustainable annual transit funding

"What we are calling for is stable, secure funding on an annual basis to all urban municipalities across the country," said Mayors' Council chair Jonathan Cote. → Read More

Greater Vancouver home sales hit lowest point since 1986: Realtor

According to Steve Saretsky, unreleased numbers from the Canadian Real Estate Association show just a little over 1700 transactions last month. → Read More

More concerns about B.C. government’s plan to move private seniors care into health authorities

The changes will affect the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, the Fraser Health Authority, and the Island Health Authority. → Read More

Economic growth to slow in B.C. this year: Central 1 Credit Union

The credit union predicts a bumpy ride for the labour market this year and next. → Read More

Foreigners prefer newer condos in Metro Vancouver: study

A Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation economist says 10.4 per cent of condos in B.C. have at least one non-resident owner. → Read More

Health authority confirms whooping cough at Vancouver Elementary School

In a letter to parents, VCH said students may have been exposed to whooping cough between February 7 and March 7. → Read More

Crown orders stay of proceedings in final corruption case of Surrey Six murder investigation

RCMP Cpl. Paul Johnston is sick with Hodgkin's lymphoma. → Read More

Rental building owners file petition to quash New Westminster rental-only zones

In the petition, six rental owners claim the city received plenty of requests to stall the decision but that those requests went unanswered. → Read More

Mass ‘renoviction’ in Port Coquitlam worries tenants

Tenants can move back in when renovations are complete but some worry they will pay at least twice what they are paying now. → Read More

Education Minister denies pressure from his government has the VSB considering school closures

B.C. Education Minister Rob Fleming says he is very clear that the Vancouver School Board will need to make its own decision. → Read More