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10 Safeways in Lower Mainland to close, B.C. Liberal candidates debate in Vancouver and more

B.C. Liberal leadership candidates get one last prime-time pitch

The six candidates were in Vancouver Tuesday night, in on last square-off before the 60,000 Liberal members vote or their next party leader. See more >

Delta Police seek witnesses after pedestrian struck in Tsawwassen hit-and-run

Police say a Ford Ranger pickup, possibly dark green, stopped before allegedly fleeing the scene. See more >

10 Safeways in Lower Mainland to close

Locations in Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, Coquitlam, Richmond and Mission slated to shut, and Sobeys – the owner of the supermarkets – says jobs will be lost. See more >

TransLink reveals universal fare gates for transit users with disabilities

Gates are opened and closed automatically using a radio-frequency identification card, instead of a Compass Card. See more >

Pictures show how the ice storm of 1935 paralyzed the Fraser Valley

This last few months of ice and stow have wreaked havoc on parts of the region, and we compare the newest storms with photos from the great ice storm o 1935. See more >

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Trinity Western’s women’s soccer team plays in Washington today, then at home on Saturday night.

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Canadians believe in immigration but concerned about asylum seekers: study

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada paid for study to understand Canadian attitudes

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VIDEO: World of Magic coming to Vancouver

Seven magic shows will appear at the Vancouver Playhouse from September 7 to 9

Safeway union urges prejection of mediator recommendations

Says mediator asks for too many concessions

Fire chases B.C. crews out of their own camp

Crews in Burns Lake had to leave after a wildfire reportedly overtook their sleeping quarters

To address peacock problem, B.C. city moves ahead on trapping plan

Surrey’s new bylaw focuses on ensuring people no longer feed the birds, ahead of relocation

Hospitals to see ‘delays’ in care after losing Saudi students, health group says

About 1,000 Saudi residents called back to kingdom after suspending diplomatic relations with Canada

Bernier diatribe against ‘extreme multiculturalism’ boosts Liberal coffers

Party spokesperson Braeden Caley says online donations doubled, social media engagement quadrupled

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