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House left to deteriorate now on market for $7.2 million

House left to deteriorate now on market for $7.2 million

Vancouver property is owned by China-based business magnate
Vancouver’s housing market shows signs of overheating: report

Vancouver’s housing market shows signs of overheating: report

RBC says it has never been so unaffordable to own a single-detached home here
Former Salmon King spirals into addiction, crime, jail sentence

Former Salmon King spirals into addiction, crime, jail sentence

VANCOUVER — A former Victoria Salmon King hung his head Monday in provincial court in Vancouver, when a judge advised him not to disappoint the stepdaughter looking up to him as he tries to rebuild a life once full of promise.
Coroner to probe death of Stanley Cup rioter

Coroner to probe death of Stanley Cup rioter

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Coroners Service confirmed Monday that it is investigating the in-custody death of a 30-year-old man who was sentenced recently for crimes he committed during the 2011 Stanley Cup riot.
Millionaire property owners exit Vancouver, head to country

Millionaire property owners exit Vancouver, head to country

Millionaire homeowners cashing out of Metro Vancouver’s red-hot real estate market are seeking greener pastures elsewhere in B.C.
Mild winter means bears could be out early

Mild winter means bears could be out early

It's only February but thanks to the exceptionally warm weather there very well could be bears out there.
Stanley Cup rioter dies just a week into three-year jail term

Stanley Cup rioter dies just a week into three-year jail term

One of two men recently sentenced to prison for his role in the Stanley Cup riots has died at Royal Columbian Hospital just a week after he began serving his time.
Loss of boat imperils West Coast Trail's Chez Monique's

Loss of boat imperils West Coast Trail's Chez Monique's

It’s a little easier getting to Chez Monique’s than to Milliways, the fictional “Restaurant at the End of the Universe” in Douglas Adams’s comedic-science fiction series of novels.
Minimum pricing for alcohol in B.C. toasted

Minimum pricing for alcohol in B.C. toasted

VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s new minimum price structure for alcohol is a good step toward protecting public health, but it also helps defend existing liquor stores from new competition, according to an addictions researcher.
Greens’ May, NDP prod Liberals on Site C dam review

Greens’ May, NDP prod Liberals on Site C dam review

Ministers say former government approved project and B.C. Hydro must meet requirements