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Mounties evacuated gatherers at a North Vancouver mosque Monday evening after police received a call there was a bomb in the building...The threat came in around 5:50 from an unknown caller, he said.
North Shore Search and Rescue manager Tim Jones said on Sunday that they feel they have determined the likely route of British tourist Tom Billings who went missing last month on a hike in North Vancouver. It was only after a crowdsourcing video was
Breakthrough Samir Basaria inspects the solar panels on the roof of his home in Ottawa. Blair Gable for The Globe and Mail Breakthrough Energy IWS's system takes heat from the water going down the drain from sinks and toilets in a condo, and
If, when thinking of a city that pulsates with exciting contemporary art and avant-garde possibility, Paris, New York or London comes immediately to mind think again. You won't find any of those art capitals profiled in Art Cities of the Future: 21st
One of this year's most popular Christmas attractions in New York City has a Vancouver connection. Mike Inwood, who grew up in North Vancouver, has designed the complex lighting systems for Macy's Herald Square in Manhattan. An estimated 75,000
Mounties in two British Columbia detachments are investigating separate cases involving three workers accused of stealing a total of nearly $1.2 million from two businesses. Burnaby residents Arthur Wong and wife, Jessie, are charged with theft over $
In recent weeks, Vancouverites have encountered heartwarming ads sponsored by Port Metro Vancouver on television and in movie theatres. One shows a woman preparing one of her Indian grandmother's recipes, thanks to spices delivered through the Port.
Video Video The Canadian Press Video Sixty to 70 per cent of people with dementia will wander at some point during the illness, Kathy Kennedy, director of programs and services with the Alzheimer Society of B.C., said on Monday. Such incidents
Story The younger Mr. Billings was last seen in the 1400-block of East Broadway around 9:00 a.m. on Nov. 25. The 22-year-old had only been in Vancouver for a couple of days and was supposed to re-enter the U.S. at the end of November, before catching
Thirty-one years ago, Harry Jerome died from a brain seizure...In the early 1960s, the North Vancouver sprinter was arguably the fastest man in the world, setting world records in 60 yards (six seconds), 100 yards (9.1 seconds), and 100 metres (10