Tributes are pouring in for Patt Quinn, who died Sunday at the age of 71. After playing as one of the inaugural Canucks of 1970, he returned to the team as President and GM in 1987. He eventually became coach too.
The Vancouver Park Board has failed to pass a controversial breeding ban on whales and dolphins at the Vancouver Aquarium. The final attempt was made by outgoing Vision Vancouver commissioners, before a new NPA board comes into power.
Thousands rallied across the U.S. last night, protesting a decision not to indict a police officer who killed an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri. Officer Darren Wilson will not face charges for killing 18-year-old Michael Brown.
A 74-year-old grandmother is the latest anti-pipeline protester to be arrested on Burnaby Mountain. Supporters cheered as Della Glendenning crossed the injunction line to protest Kinder Morgan's plans to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline.
There are 45 "Coats For Kids" drop-off sites in 13 Lower Mainland communities this year accepting donations for Children in need. The Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association has officially launched its 19th annual campaign.
It has only been a year. But the number of impoverished children in B-C has grown by 16,000. First Call says one in five kids in BC live below the poverty line.
BC's top labour leader has managed to leave with a few parting shots before stepping aside. Jim Sinclair addressed delegates at the B-C Federation of Labour conference. He took the opportunity to lobby for a 15-dollar-an-hour minimum wage.
BC's Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk is on the hot-seat after the release of some new emails. The NDP forwarded the 2011 messages that indicate he was part of a plan to pay a school VP more than provincial guidelines allowed.