CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 20:46. Facebook
B.C.'s opioid crisis nearly claimed the life of a seven-week-old puppy, but a vet was able to revive the tiny animal with a double-dose of naloxone.

The dog was returned to his owner following a meeting with the BC SPCA to ensure it would be safe: [ Ctv.news Link ]
Melissa Drisdelle
Lorena Chatwell
Brandi Batryn
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 19:27. Facebook
Police in New Westminster are searching for two men following a violent assault at a local park on Wednesday.
Police in New Westminster are searching for two men following a violent

Police seeking suspects after assault at New Westminster park

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CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 18:32. Facebook
A former Liberal cabinet minister is British Columbia's new Speaker of the legislature in what is likely to be a short-term appointment.
A former Liberal cabinet minister is British Columbias new Speaker of the

Liberal Steve Thomson B.C.'s new Speaker in likely short-lived government

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Warren Braithwaite
Al Robert
Mark Unger
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 16:10. Facebook
#Breaking: Sears Canada Inc. plans to close 59 locations and cut approximately 2,900 jobs as part of its plan to restructure its business under court protection from creditors.
Breaking Sears Canada Inc plans to close 59 locations and cut approximately

Sears Canada cutting 2,900 jobs in restructuring plan

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Tara Gove
Jo Anne
Thomas Mosig
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
British Columbia's politicians will return to the legislature in Victoria today, marking the beginning of the end for the minority Liberal government.
British Columbias politicians will return to the legislature in Victoria today marking

Throne speech marks beginning of the end for Liberal minority government

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Roy Whitney
Rob Lo Giacco
Ron George
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 14:02. Facebook
If you have a dog you probably know giving it chocolate is a big no-no.

But many other household items can be just as toxic, which is why pet owners need to take precautions to help keep their dogs and cats safe.
If you have a dog you probably know giving it chocolate is a big nono

Protecting your pet from the most common pet poisons

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CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 04:33. Facebook
The summer solstice officially began at 9:24 p.m. on Tuesday. How did you spend the first day of summer?

Check out more snaps of our pretty city -- like this one from CTV's Sarah MacDonald -- on our Instagram page: [ Instagram.com Link ]
The summer solstice officially began at 924 pm on Tuesday How did
Jessica Rae
Linda Lagotte
Brandon Fowler
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 03:31. Facebook
June 21 is Go Skateboarding Day!

The event brought crowds of skateboarders into Vancouver's downtown core during the afternoon. This was the view from CTV's Chopper 9: [ Ctv.news Link ]
Kim Holland
Jamie Smith
Steven Law
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 02:34. Facebook
A Surrey couple is overwhelmed with gratitude after being given a wheelchair lift that allows their five-year-old son to get around their home.

More here: [ Ctv.news Link ]
Hope Brooks Cholette
Jenny Lynn Thompson
Kristin Mertens Salvevold
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 01:42. Facebook
The B.C. government is reviewing the licence for Elite Farm Services, the company whose employees were allegedly caught punching, kicking and otherwise abusing live chickens in the Fraser Valley.
The BC government is reviewing the licence for Elite Farm Services the

Company at centre of chicken abuse allegations having licence reviewed

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Kim Martens
Jafertson Sentosa
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
06/22/2017 at 00:37. Facebook
Police and members of the Emergency Response Team have cordoned off the Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria following reports of shots fired.

The article below is developing and will be updated as more information becomes available.
Police and members of the Emergency Response Team have cordoned off the

Police, ERT cordon off Fisherman's Wharf following reports of shots fired

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Will Stoica
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 23:39. Facebook
It looks like summer has arrived right on time in Metro Vancouver.
It looks like summer has arrived right on time in Metro Vancouver

High of 32? Near-record temperatures forecasted for Metro Vancouver

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Clinton Patterson
Mark Taylor
Joey Milliken
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 22:44. Facebook
Nearly 1,000 small animals were rescued after being found in an abandoned, overheated truck in California: [ Ctv.news Link ]
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 21:40. Facebook
The prospect of defeat hasn't deterred the Liberals from releasing details of the throne speech in advance, including major policy shifts on issues the party stood against in last month's election campaign.
The prospect of defeat hasnt deterred the Liberals from releasing details of

Clark's Liberals prepare throne speech as opposition plans their defeat

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Alex Zylstra
Tommy Wong
Jack Daniel
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 20:35. Facebook
"A thousand dollars comes faster than an hour sometimes. The money is very addicting. It’s very fast-paced."
A thousand dollars comes faster than an hour sometimes The money is

'I never came back': The stories behind the sex workers of Victoria's 'stroll'

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Jafertson Sentosa
Sandy Vinette
Santiano Vitelle
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 19:39. Facebook
Just in: IHIT, RCMP investigating after man's body found in burned SUV on service road north of Squamish.

The man has not yet been identified, and police are looking for anyone with more information.
Just in IHIT RCMP investigating after mans body found in burned SUV

Body found in burned vehicle north of Squamish: RCMP

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Cori Simmonds
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 18:33. Facebook
A former Vancouver Island youth badminton coach accused in a series of historic sex assaults is facing 23 new charges, police say.
A former Vancouver Island youth badminton coach accused in a series of

Former coach faces 23 new charges in sex assaults against boys: police

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Elizabeth Reyes
Jacque Laroque
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 17:21. Facebook
Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the suspect in a fire that destroyed a tire store in Abbotsford over the weekend.
Police are asking for the publics help to identify the suspect in

Police release images of Abbotsford tire store arson suspect

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Dean Thwaites
Adel Will Solyom
Will Stoica
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 16:04. Facebook
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government intends to rename National Aboriginal Day as National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government intends to rename National

PM renames Langevin Block building out of respect for Indigenous Peoples

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Fawn Hulbert
Jarica Russell
Darrell Brassard
CTV Vancouver
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 13:53. Facebook
“People make bad comments about my weight, my look, my clothes... It’s not a good year.”

Hundreds of bikers in Sydney, N.S. are bolstering a bullied 10-year-old boy by taking him under their wing and showing him that he has more friends than he realized.
“People make bad comments about my weight my look my clothes It’s not a good year”

Bikers gather to help bully victim

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Adrian Leong
Shirley Gladstone
Julie Perreault Bouck