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  • A lot of these signs have popped up

    Paralympic road closures start today

    John Ackermann

    This mini-blast of winter weather is making the morning commute a little trickier, but driving around Downtown Vancouver is about to get even more challenging, thanks to the Paralympics.

  • Men racing in stadium section of the cross country venue

    Two in one: Could the Paralympics and Olympics be hosted together?

    Mike Lloyd

    It would keep up the momentum, it would be more efficient, and it would certainly send a message of inclusiveness. We’re on the street test-driving an idea to combine the Olympics and Paralympics.

  • This undated handout photo provided by the Beverly Hilton showing a white chocolate envelope filled with mousseline of lime and citrus cake alongside a chocolate dome sponge cake is shown. The dessert will be part of the menu that will be served at the Golden Globes Awards on Jan.  17, 2010, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/The Beverly Hilton)

    Dine Out Vancouver restaurant promotion gets underway in April

    Jim Goddard

    It’s the perfect opportunity to try something new, and with over 200 restaurants offering three course meals for $18, $28 and $38, there is something for every budget.

  • Canucks settle for a point in the desert

    Chad Dey

    The Canucks are heading home after a 4-3 shootout loss to the Phoenix Coyotes.

  • Sedin twins donate a huge amount of money to help build a new Children’s Hospital

    Andrea Macpherson

    They have lived in Vancouver for 10 years, and say they wanted to do something to help children and families across the province.

  • You will soon be able to have the 3-D experience in your home.

    3-D TVs are now a reality

    Evan Kelly

    By the end of the month you’ll be able to buy a 3-D flat screen TV. Samsung is offering TV’s between 40 and 55 inches while Panasonic and Sony’s versions will hit the stores a little later.

  • BC Cancer Research Centre

    Hodgkin’s breakthrough

    Jill Drews

    A discovery made possible by BC Cancer Agency researchers could save Hodgkin’s lymphoma patients from needless pain and save the health care system cash.

  • Don Cherry lends support to Canadian Paralympic athletes

    Scott Cassidy

    Many celebrity sports figures are in Vancouver to promote the 2010 Paralympic Games which start on Friday and continue until March 21st including one flamboyant TV hockey commentator.

  • VPD release more information on homeless man found dead on Sunday

    Alex Lyons

    Vancouver Police have released more information about the homeless man who died after being found early Sunday morning in an alley behind Richards Street between Smithe and Nelson.

  • Are more bike-only lanes coming to Vancouver?

    Jim Goddard

    Now that the City of Vancouver has dedicated bike lanes on the Burrard Bridge and the Dunsmuir Viaduct, what’s next? The Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition hopes for more, but understands the hurdles the city must clear to make it happen.

  • Call off the search: Sidney Crosby’s stick and glove now located

    Andrea Macpherson

    Sidney Crosby’s missing stick and glove from the gold medal game at the Vancouver Olympics have been located…and Hockey Canada now confirms they were not stolen.

  • More charges laid in Surrey child pornography case

    SURREY (NEWS1130) – A 36 year old charged with child pornography in January is now facing eight more charges.  Police say the Surrey man was involved in an international child-sex abuse investigation.   The charges include sexual assault, sexual interference, and possessing, making and distributing child pornography.  The man was first arrested in January, after

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  • Father and son running together with the Paralympic torch

    Paralympic torch relay arrives in Vancouver

    Jill Drews

    Vancouver showed off its Paralympic spirit at Riley Park today, for the latest leg of the Paralympic torch relay. It was a day full of emotion, and great stories from torchbearers, support workers and spectators alike.

  • Counterfeit U.S. cash seized by RCMP

    Surrey RCMP bust fraud and counterfeiting operation

    Shane Bigham

    Surrey RCMP have arrested a prison escapee from Alberta who they say set up a massive fraud and counterfeiting operation in the Lower Mainland.