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Calgary girl's death triggers new concerns about Surrey LRT

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When asked about the concerns, TransLink said safety is a top priority for the project.

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Vancouver's unlicensed dispensaries faced with difficult choice

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Dispensaries can either keep operating illegally and risk being denied a licence later on or close down and apply to reopen as a government-approved private retailer.

Wednesday, Oct 17

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Video shows suspect switching vehicles after fatal shooting in Surrey

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Sumeet Randhawa, a 30-year-old with known gang ties, died in what police believe was a targeted incident.

What does cannabis cost across Canada?

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How do cannabis prices stack up across the country? Check out our handy guide to see how prices compare between the provinces and territories.

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Video released of vehicles involved in Surrey driveway shooting

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Sumeet Randhawa, a 30-year-old with known gang ties, died Thursday in what police believe was a targeted incident.

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Missing man with dementia found: Vancouver police

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Officers said he was located a day after going missing and was taken to hospital to be checked out.

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Missing: Elderly man with dementia last seen in East Van

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Miguel Diaz, 76, was last seen when he left for a walk Tuesday afternoon near Joyce Station.

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Apple Store or pot shop? A look inside the first BC Cannabis Store

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The first government-run pot store opened its doors to a buzzing crowd of about 100 people.

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Bill to pardon past pot convictions coming before the end of 2018

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The federal government has announced that it intends to proceed with a plan to issue pardons to Canadians who have past simple possession charges, though it could be some time before those pardons are granted.

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Feds to table legislation to pardon Canadians convicted of simple pot possession

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The federal government has announced that it intends to proceed with a plan to grant pardons to Canadians who have past simple possession charges.

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Cannabis Canada: Recap of events from across the country

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CTV News correspondents spoke with Canadians and experts from across the country as recreational cannabis became legal.

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Know before you grow: The new rules for planting pot at home

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As recreational marijuana becomes legal across Canada, residents of B.C. can take an active role in cultivating their own cannabis.

Extra ballot questions catching voters off guard

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Vancouver voters are being asked three questions about whether the city should borrow $300 million for capital projects.

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Police interview released as jury deliberates in Kogawa murder trial

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Audio of an interview police conducted with Natsumi Kogawa's accused killer has been released as the jury deliberates on the case.

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VPD searching for suspect who removed electronic monitoring device

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Mark Lukyn was recently charged with sexual assault, forcible confinement and other offences.

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Feds to announce plan to pardon Canadians convicted of simple possession of pot

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The federal government will announce on Wednesday morning that it intends to proceed with granting pardons to Canadians who have past simple possession charges.

B.C.'s first legal cannabis store approved one day before legalization

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Kamloops city councilllors voted to approve The BC Cannabis Store's application on Tuesday.

Growing number of Vancouverites undecided ahead of civic election: poll

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A third of those surveyed by Research Co. reported being 'undecided' ahead of Saturday's election.

Tuesday, Oct 16

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Baby skunk rescued from downtown Vancouver dumpster

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A baby skunk was found stuck in the drainage hole of a dumpster Sunday.

Up to $800K worth of unassembled Rocky Mountain bikes stolen

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Someone made off with 160 bikes, each worth thousands of dollars, that were delivered to Annacis Island.

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Controversial employer health, speculation taxes introduced in B.C.

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The B.C. government tabled legislation Tuesday aimed at making health care and housing more affordable -- but not everyone is a fan of the measures.

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Smoke alarms help 5 people escape East Vancouver fire

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Firefighters say five residents were asleep when the fire broke out near Price and Joyce streets.

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Feds to replace solitary confinement with new form of inmate separation

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Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has introduced a new piece of legislation that proposes to overhaul how federal inmates are separated from the general prison population, eliminating solitary confinement as it is known. The new…

Relief on the way? Analysts expect gas prices to drop 6 cents

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GasBuddy.com is forecasting there will be a major drop in prices at the pump Wednesday.

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Goodale tables bill to eliminate solitary confinement in federal prisons

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Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has introduced a new piece of legislation that proposes to eliminate the use of administrative segregation, known commonly as solitary confinement, and allow the use of body scanners in the federal…

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Banned at the border: A cautionary tale for the age of legal cannabis

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An incident from the '80s is still causing trouble for a local mother, and experts offer advice on crossing the border post-legalization.

Enbridge to begin cleanup at pipeline explosion site, but gives no timeline

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The company says it recognizes the incident has had a significant impact on communities.

Postal services ready for looming wave of legal cannabis deliveries

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Legal cannabis is set to usher in a wave of high-value, age-restricted parcels in the mail system, and delivery companies say they're ready.

Earth samples show dust from B.C. pipeline blast not a health threat: Enbridge

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The company that owns the natural gas pipeline that ruptured and burned one week ago in central British Columbia, says the dust that settled on homes near the blast site does not pose a health threat.

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Man who jumped, naked, into Toronto shark tank is from B.C.: police

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Officers are searching for 37-year-old David Weaver of Nelson, B.C. following the strange incident that occurred last week.