Joseph Ruttle, The Vancouver Sun

Joseph Ruttle

The Vancouver Sun

British Columbia, Canada

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  • The Vancouver Sun
  • The Province
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  • Toronto Sun
  • Winnipeg Sun
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Recent articles by Joseph:

Suspect in alleged stranger attacks shot by police in Vancouver's Gastown

Police responded to reports of a man with a weapon near Cambie and Cordova streets Monday night → Read More

German shepherd badly injured by being dragged behind pickup truck

The B.C. SPCA is seeking donations to help pets like Heidi on Giving Tuesday, with donors offering to match all contributions → Read More

Snowstorm live: YVR flights, B.C. Ferries cancelled as storm picks up

B.C.'s south coast is getting its first major snowstorm of the season. Follow our live updates for the latest forecast, closures and more → Read More

Missing woman's SUV found empty in Abbotsford after rollover crash

Police say Jodine Millar's 2011 Hyundai Tucson was in a single-vehicle crash along Highway 1 at No. 3 Road shortly before 9 p.m. on Monday → Read More

Pedestrian hit and killed by transit bus in New Westminster

Police say officers were called to the collision in the 300-block of East 8th Avenue at about 7 p.m. → Read More

Holiday events in Metro Vancouver: Concerts, crafts fairs, light displays and more

Gather up your family and friends and have some holiday fun. We'll keep this list updated all season with events as they are announced. → Read More

Suspect busted on Canada-wide warrant after BB gun falls from pocket while riding a bus

New Westminster police were called to a report of a man with a handgun at Howes Street and Ewen Avenue on the afternoon of Oct. 30 → Read More

Fraser Valley hops farm committed fraud, sold shares illegally, alleges the B.C. Securities Commission

Alexander Bridges, who also goes by the name Alex Blackwell, is listed as the sole director and controls the company accounts → Read More

B.C. Ferries cancels Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay sailings Monday

Strong winds in Howe Sound forced the cancellations between Horseshoe Bay and Nanaimo as well as trips to and from the Sunshine Coast → Read More

Vancouver weather: Cool and windy with a chance of showers

Another couple of days are ahead with a chance of showers before it clears up midweek → Read More

Blood moon: Total lunar eclipse is coming early Tuesday. Will weather co-operate?

The forecast for the early hours of Nov. 8 calls for a bit of cloud but no rain, meaning the blood moon eclipse might be visible → Read More

Vancouver weather: Cold rain mixed with wet snow over higher terrain

Sunday will see periods of rain throughout the day and a low overnight of just 2ºC → Read More

COVID update Nov. 3-9: New B.C. case data expected today

Here's your weekly update with everything you need to know on the COVID situation in B.C. and around the world. → Read More

Giant banana peel sculpture asks: Can you see the accident waiting to happen?

It's meant as a reminder that 90 per cent of the time, we can see accidents coming, but choose to ignore the risks right in front of us. → Read More

Child sickened by THC-laced Halloween candy: Richmond RCMP

Police say the child had been trick-or-treating with other kids in the 10000-block of Auburn Drive, but no other reports have come in → Read More

Vancouver Santa Claus Parade cancelled again in 2022

Organizers say it's not the pandemic this time, as in 2020 and '21, but the lack of a presenting sponsor → Read More

B.C. bars and restaurants can stay open longer during 2022 World Cup

Though extended hours will allow patrons to watch late-night and early-morning action, liquor service hours won't change → Read More

Five people stabbed during Vancouver Halloween partying: VPD

Bars, restaurants and the Granville strip were packed for Halloween parties on Saturday night before things turned violent → Read More

Vancouver weather: Warnings in effect as rain and wind continue Sunday

Rainfall warnings and high winds are expected across the south coast, with total rainfall of 50 to 70 mm through tonight → Read More

COVID update Oct. 27-Nov. 2: Alta. premier may appeal mask court ruling

Here's your weekly update with everything you need to know on the COVID situation in B.C. and around the world. → Read More