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  1. Vancouver police arrest four after "die-in" blocks downtown intersection The Extinction Rebellion protest kicked off 14 days of "constant disruption" intended to urge the provincial and federal governments to end all fossil fuel subsidies.
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  2. Single mother fights eviction from Vancouver co-op housing where she's lived for 10 years “I am preparing to live in my car and I can’t let myself think negative — I already have depression.” — Lenlen Aixendora Castro
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  3. Flood watch issued for Metro Vancouver Residents of Metro Vancouver, the North Shore mountains, Howe Sound, and the Sunshine Coast are being urged to stay away from fast-flowing rivers.
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  4. Makeover: Transforming her body, mind and beauty for retirement Nadia Albano gives 63-year-old project manager Laurel Wild a new look as she prepares for her retirement
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  5. Chilliwack senior mobile home residents anxious about their housing with new owner While new owners say there are no plans now to redevelop the property, one resident says she believes that within two years the owners will want to redevelop the property with its 57 mobile home pads
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  6. Pedestrian killed in Surrey car collision The area of the 12300-block of King George Boulevard is closed to traffic while police investigate.
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  8. Vancouver Weather: Rain warning still in effect Metro Vancouver could see another 60 millimetres of rain Saturday before it eases on Sunday, while the North Shore and Howe Sound are expected to see up to 90 millimetres of rain.
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  9. City of Vernon transfers copyright to legendary Ogopogo to B.C. Indigenous nations For $1, council voted to assign and transfer to the Okanagan Nation Alliance all copyright, title, interest and property including trademark rights arising from the commercial and non-commercial use of the Ogopogo name.
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  10. Sold (Bought): Plenty of room on offer in four-bedroom Langley townhouse The Georgie award-winning Gabriola Park is a collection of 153 three level, three- and four-bedroom townhomes that were built by Royale Properties in Langley's Willoughby Heights adjacent to Yorkson Park and with retail stores nearby.
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  11. Illegal dispensaries still operating in Vancouver three years after Cannabis Act became law "If you and I decided to start a moonshine business and opened it up around the corner in any part of Vancouver, it wouldn't last 24 hours, the VPD would be on us in a heartbeat. We're talking about a criminal endeavour opening in plain sight." — Harrison Stoker
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  13. COVID-19: Deadly outbreak at Burnaby care home shows booster shots needed sooner B.C. is more than a month behind Alberta and Ontario in offering booster shots to fully vaccinated residents of care homes
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  14. Metro Vancouver terminates contract of billion-dollar 'abandoned' North Shore wastewater treatment plant The North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant is over budget and two-and-a-half years behind schedule.
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  15. Vaughn Palmer: B.C. NDP helped by an opposition that can't shoot straight Opinion: The B.C. NDP has grown adept at provoking Liberals into appearing divisive
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  16. COVID-19: Health professionals in private practice face vaccine mandate On Friday, B.C. recorded 667 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 new deaths.
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  17. Hiring society's overlooked could help cure B.C.'s pandemic-fuelled job crunch Since 2009, Mission Possible has trained dozens of people, including those who are homeless and have physical or developmental disabilities.
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  18. Peter McKnight: Reach for the stars without losing our souls? Then some serious space ethics needed Opinion: Our solar system, and even one day its planets, will be getting a little more crowded, and that will present a host of challenges
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  19. Daphne Bramham: It's time to think again about the Senate and how it can stymie an elected government Opinion: Canada's unelected, unrepresentative Senate can veto every piece of legislation that comes before it. Is this really what Canadians want?
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  21. Open House: A 1970s rancher becomes a light-filled modern classic The home had hardly been touched since 1974, a time capsule with original avocado plumbing fixtures, a sunken living room, dark rockwork and shag carpeting.
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  22. Kamloops parents seeking answers after baby’s death The sudden death and the events surrounding his stay in RIH have his parents seeking answers, foremost of which are why mom and baby waited an hour to see a triage nurse in the emergency room
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  23. Home renovation trends: A powder room refresher How to give your smallest room a big-impact update
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  24. Meteorite found in B.C. could shed light on solar system's origin says physicist Peter G. Brown, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Western Ontario, says the meteorite made its fiery way to Earth on Oct. 3, after spinning out of its orbit in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, nearly 180 million kilometres away.
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  25. Bulls & Bears: Series between Dodgers/Giants was worth the wait Only baseball could produce a game that was at the same time among the best and hardest-fought in recent memory — perhaps one of the all-time classics in the era of divisional playoffs — and also one that unfortunately went into the record books with one of the lamest endings in post-season history.
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  26. Anthony Gismondi: B.C.'s finest labels combined complexity along with a delicious drinking factor Anthony Gismondi continues to be impressed with B.C. wines as they show more sophistication and depth as the years fly by
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  27. Style File: Four research-benefiting products to buy during Breast Cancer Awareness Month These four fashion and beauty products give back to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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  28. Vrai CEO talks the power of lab-grown diamonds Consumer interest in sustainability, along with industry acceptance, is pushing popularity of manmade gemstones.
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  29. Recipe: Kootenay-raised bison striploin with coffee soil and forest fire butter This dish, created by the team at the Rossland-based restaurant Velvet Restaurant & Lounge, takes inspiration from the devastating wildfires experienced in the province this year. “When I arrived to Red Mountain, the first week we saw terrible smoke in the region,” executive chef Derek Bendig says. “And, as someone who is inspired by my […]
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  30. Brian Minter: VHS has earned right to be extremely proud of its 100-year history Opinion: We congratulate VHS on their many achievements and wish them every success as they continue to flourish and carry the gardening torch into the future.
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