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Recent articles by Lora:

Vancouver Police identify city's third murder victim of 2020

Tonya Hyer was killed January 19 in Gastown. → Read More

The ride of your life: Ride hailing finally arrives in Vancouver

Lyft is holding a press conference this morning to launch their service - which is now live and operating. → Read More

Vancouver police continue to probe racist memes at posh private school

Vancouver police are actively investigating racist memes that were shared among a group of boys at St. George’s private school on Vancouver’s west side. → Read More

IHIT investigating murder in New Westminster

Suspect in custody; 'from the evidence gathered so far, this homicide does not appear to be random,' say police → Read More

Animal-rights activists occupy Abbotsford pig farm

Farm targeted due to video footage released by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals that they claim depicts 'the horrific conditions that the pigs were being raised in at this farm' → Read More

Suspect in Surrey Skytrain shooting arrested Sunday

A man sought by police for the shooting of a Transit Police officer at the Scott Road Skytrain station has been arrested. On Sunday morning, Surrey RCMP said shooting suspect Daon Glasgow is in custody. → Read More

Squamish mountain bike trailblazer identified as man killed in Pemberton avalanche

Chris McCrum, 42, was identified Sunday by a local mountain bike group as the skier swept up in a Jan. 3 avalanche near Pebble Creek. → Read More

Host of internet radio program says her car was shot at in Surrey

A Surrey-based internet talk show host says her vehicle was shot at Saturday night and she believes her outspoken views have made her enemies. → Read More

The cat came back … after a joyride for the ages

Lily, a pampered indoor pussy cat from Richmond, got the adventure of her lifetime after crawling into a car bumper Friday. → Read More

'We want to know who did it:' Families seek answers in death of two teen boys in Surrey

You might also like: The grieving families of two teenage boys are seeking answers — and justice — for two lives that ended violently on a dark rural road in Surrey. → Read More

Elderly man killed in overnight house fire in East Vancouver

Investigators are on the scene of a fatal house fire in East Vancouver. A man in his 70s who was living in the basement suite of the two-storey home was found collapsed by firefighters responding to the fire at about 4 a. → Read More

Santa Claus parade needs sponsors

Sponsors are needed to help save Vancouver's Santa Claus Parade. → Read More

Animal sanctuary dealing with litter of piglets

When Diane Marsh agreed to foster two abused pot-bellied pigs for the SPCA, she didn't know they would be bringing along extra house guests. → Read More

Animal sanctuary in Aldergrove dealing with unexpected litter of piglets

Happy Herd, an Aldergrove sanctuary, is fostering two female pot-bellied pigs that were rescued from a home in Maple Ridge two and a half months ago. → Read More

White Rock Little League team World Series-bound

The young baseball players on White Rock Little League's Canadian championship team are pinching themselves. → Read More

Pride of White Rock heads to Little League World Series

The young baseball players on White Rock Little League’s Canadian championship team are pinching themselves. Waiting for their flight from Toronto to New Jersey on Sunday, the Williamspo… → Read More

Vancouver woman to start English Channel swim at midnight in Dover, England

Jessi Harewicz is set to start her swim across the English Channel at 4 p.m. Monday Vancouver time. → Read More

Vancouver woman to swim English Channel

Jessi Harewicz is biding her time touring around pretty little English towns, checking out ancient castles and trying not to worry because at any minute she could get the call telling her to prepare to dive in and swim. → Read More

Vancouver woman waits for nod to begin swim across English Channel

Jessi Harewicz is biding her time touring around pretty little English towns, checking out ancient castles and trying not to worry because at any minute she could get the call telling her to prepar… → Read More

Murder of two young men rocks Sunshine Coast community

The murders of two young men has rocked the small community of Lund and its larger Sunshine Coast neighbour, Powell River. Dylan Buckle and Braxton Leask, both of whom are in their early 20s, have … → Read More