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UPDATE: Police find 11-year-old boy missing near Stanley Park

Bruneau Fulton managed to bike all the way to New Westminster

Man charged after woman, baby threatened while riding Vancouver bus

The 56-year-old is alleged to have prevented the woman from leaving the bus and lunging at her

Sinkhole creates problems at Granville Island

Some cars have been allowed to leave the island, very slowly. But none have been allowed to go in

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Sex education, property taxes, a rat invasion and more more you need to know

UPDATED: BC Conservative candidate responds to Liberals’ release of Facebook posts

Maple Ridge-Mission contender Trevor Hamilton says he was being sarcastic when he called Terry Fox a 'one-legged ginger.'

15 Delta colleagues win $1 million lottery

Group wins Lotto 6/49 prize in Christmas Eve draw

TransLink completes sale of Oakridge Transit Centre lands for $440 million

Fourteen acres of prime Vancouver real estate sold to developer to help pay for better transit and transportation

Frigid temperatures, snow may have killed three people in B.C.

Coroners service reports two deaths in Cariboo, one in Fraser Valley

B.C. activists look to direct democracy law to block Kinder Morgan pipeline

Dogwood Initiative gathers signatures to try to trigger a province-wide referendum, similar to 2010 B.C. effort to get rid of HST.

UPDATE: More than 75,000 customers in the dark with heavy afternoon rain, wind

Large outages across entire Lower Mainland from second storm in series

BC Ferries to remove arcades as ships come in for upgrades

Revenue has been 'dwindling' with the rise in personal devices

VIDEO: Dead dog thrown in Dumpster in Coquitlam

The BC SPCA trying to identify two people after a Boxer-cross that had apparently died of heat exposure was found in a Dumpster.

UPDATE: Burns Bog fire 100 per cent contained, Highway 17 has reopened [with PHOTOS, VIDEO]

Fire fighting efforts have been scaled back, though crews remain on scene

More than 100,000 people in Metro Vancouver considered working poor: report

Areas with the highest working poverty rate include Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, Richmond and Coquitlam

PNE summer concert lineup includes Monkees, Steve Miller Band, Sheepdogs

Summer Night Concerts lineup announced, as well as tour dates for the Tragically Hip

Former RCMP Insp. Tim Shields charged with sexual assault

High-profile ex-Mountie alleged to have committed crime when he was in charge of a communications unit in Vancouver.

TransLink sees 7 per cent revenue gain with fare gates closed

Increase is first sign fare evasion is receding, Compass card drawing more riders: CEO

Survivors of Tofino whale-watching incident sue tour company

German brothers accuse Jamie's Whaling Station of negligence after Leviathan II capsized last fall, leaving six dead

Charge laid after punch in downtown Vancouver leaves man with brain damage

Coquitlam man, 23, charged after man punched in the head at Granville entertainment district

BC Hydro applies to raise rates by four per cent

Utility points to recent slump in commodity prices and a government plan to allow mines to defer electricity costs to keep running