Organ donation drive lights up the streets of Vancouver with dance

Organ donation activists, together with BC Transplant and Kidney BC gathered this afternoon to stir up… Read more →

Organ donation drive lights up the streets of Vancouver with dance Organ donation drive lights up the streets of Vancouver with dance

Drug seizure valued in the millions- BC man faces eleven charges after cross-border investigation

William Milton Barnes from Saanich, BC, is facing eleven charges related to drug trafficking. These charges… Read more →

Drug seizure valued in the millions- BC man faces eleven charges after cross-border investigation Drug seizure valued in the millions- BC man faces eleven charges after cross-border investigation

Canadians mourn those lost and comfort those grieving after Toronto van attack

  Officials, citizens, and organizations have rallied together to comfort each other in light… Read more →

Canadians mourn those lost and comfort those grieving after Toronto van attack Canadians mourn those lost and comfort those grieving after Toronto van attack

Morning Headlines – April 25th

Your morning headlines for April 25th   Cross-border drug smuggling investigation BC… Read more →

Morning Headlines – April 25th Morning Headlines - April 25th

Cannabis activists are blunt with their criticism after Park Board closes Sunset Beach

Pot activists Jodie Emery and Dana Larsen are speaking out in criticism of the Vancouver Park Board's… Read more →

Cannabis activists are blunt with their criticism after Park Board closes Sunset Beach Cannabis activists are blunt with their criticism after Park Board closes Sunset Beach

    Current Affairs

  • Breast cancer fighter gets help from Cannabis

    Sometimes it takes a big life change to alter your perception of marijuana. Breast cancer fighter, Monique Robichaud, advocates for the use of cannabis medically as well as the legalization of the plant. Monique, a Moncton resident, was always uppity … More →

  • For the Record: Driving and Cannabis

    Canada is primed to legalize recreational cannabis by August this year. Families for Justice, a non-profit that offers support to the families of victims of impaired driving has concerns about how cannabis will impact impaired driving rates. Our reporter, Kareem … More →

  • For The Record: Animal advocate takes TV to the streets

    You may have seen local man, Geoff Regier, cart his 20 inch plasma screen around different skytrain stations in the Lower Mainland. The visuals? Real footage of how dairy and meat is processed. Regier has started the city’s first TV … More →