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Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver aware of 36 cases of clergy sex abuse since 1950s, CBC learns
The Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver was aware of 36 cases of abuse by clergy under its jurisdiction since the 1950s, including 26 involving children, results of an internal review of cases of clergy sexual abuse obtained by CBC's The Fifth Estate show.
B.C. man wins months-long dog custody battle after sharing agreement with ex breaks down
A B.C. man has gotten his dog back after a months-long custody battle with his ex-girlfriend. Animal law specialist Rebeka Breder says the case highlights the need for having a written agreement in the event puppy parents split up.
Truck carrying 40K litres of oil crashes, burns near Dawson Creek
The province can't say how much oil spilled but an assessment is in progress. The driver was taken to hospital with injuries.
Speakers from blacklisted Chinese tech firm no longer attending UBC conference
Speakers from two controversial Chinese tech firms — including one blacklisted in the United States for its work monitoring the Uighur ethnic group in China — will no longer be speaking at a conference sponsored by a club at the University of British Columbia.
'Everything was gone': Vancouver woman left in the dark about bank account fraud
Scotiabank hasn't explained exactly what happened when her accounts were emptied for a month.
Striking Saanich support staff and school district reach tentative deal
'Coach's Corner is no more': Ron MacLean discusses Don Cherry on Hockey Night in Canada
Man arrested and charged in connection to Houston homicide
Barge grounded off Quadra Island successfully refloated, says coast guard
Canadian sailor airlifted to hospital by U.S. Coast Guard after being injured near Seattle
CN union gives Tuesday strike notice amid weekend contract talks
Abbotsford police investigate suspicious death following vehicle fire
Vancouver songster Dan Mangan reflects on 10th anniversary of album that changed his life
A reel transition — Kelowna's last remaining video rental store set to close
Support programs, housing make women safer when fleeing violence, say advocates
Vancouver skateboarding event aims to inspire youth
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