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  • Loyalty runs deep but only for some cell phone owners

    Erin Loxam

    Your cell contract is up… so now what? A new poll looks at loyalty in the mobile phone business.

  • Details of the new Vancouver Art Gallery location to be released

    John Ackermann

    We’re expecting to learn more today about the future of the Vancouver Art Gallery. More will be revealed about the facility’s new location later today.

  • Just some of the bikes up for grabs

    Huge VPD auction this weekend

    John Ackermann

    The Vancouver Police Department auction is on this weekend and organizers say it promises to be one of the most bizarre ever. We’re running down some of the items up for grabs.

  • Guns seized by VPD during 'Project Torrent' (News1130 Photo)

    Abbotsford bylaw boots gang members from restaurants

    John Ackermann

    Gangsters are about to feel a lot less welcome in Abbotsford, thanks to a new bylaw. Council is allowing police to remove people from bars and restaurants, simply for being a member of organized crime.

  • North Van school to close its doors

    Renee Bernard/Tamara Slobogean

    While the Vancouver School Board braces itself for major cuts, other districts are already swinging the ax. Tuesday night, the North Vancouver School Board voted to close Fromme elementary school.

  • City council hatches plan to legalize backyard chicken coops

    John Stall and 680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – A plan is reportedly in the works that would allow people to keep chickens in Toronto. City Councillor Joe Mihevc is among those who think backyard chicken coops could fit right into the urban food strategy that will come before council in the next three months. The idea is not to allow

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  • Canadians flock south of the border for property

    Tamara Slobogean

    You can hear the ads on this very station, or see them in your local paper, promoting the appeal of real estate south of the border. Property sales in the U.S. are being buoyed by our strong loonie.

  • Hardeep Singh Sandhu

    Surrey RCMP searching for missing man

    Dave White

    His friends say it’s out of character. Surrey Mounties are asking for the public’s help in finding Hardeep Singh Sandhu after he disappeared Saturday evening.

  • One of a number of rallies to protest school closures in Vancouver

    Vancouver school board hopes for last minute meeting with education minister

    Renee Bernard

    With a Thursday deadline looming, the Vancouver School Board is firing off a letter to the education minister, hoping for a meeting before the board decides on major job and program cuts. Trustee Jane Bouey says the letter simply reflects the over all sentiment being voiced by hundreds of people in the community.

  • The Heat move on to round two of playoffs

    Jason Benner

    The Abbotsford Heat beat Rochester Americans 2-0 in game seven and will head to the second round of the AHL playoffs after three straight wins.

  • Restaurant president predicts wine sales will drop

    Renee Bernard

    The provincial government has introduced legislation lowering the blood alcohol limit for drivers. Under new rules, drivers blowing between .05 and .08 could receive an immediate three-day driving ban plus a $200 fine.

  • B.C. introduces toughest drunk driving legislation in Canada

    660News staff

    The B.C. government is getting tougher on drunk drivers by introducing new penalties. The introduction of Bill 14 makes B.C.’s impaired driving laws the toughest in Canada.

  • Gilles Godin

    VPD warning public about sex offender released from prison

    Dave White

    Vancouver Police are warning the public about a notorious sex offender just released after serving a 22-year sentence for sex offences in California. They say Gilles Godin–who also goes by Michael Therrian–targets young boys.

  • Glengarry Hospital

    Nine seniors die from respiratory virus at Victoria care home

    Dave White

    Nine seniors have died at a Victoria care home this month, and the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) says the cause could be an unknown respiratory virus.