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today at 05:15. Facebook
Believe it or not, this footage off festively dressed penguins parading down the street has been viewed more than 20 million times.

Penguin parade: Animals out for casual stroll in Santa suits

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CTV Vancouver
today at 03:59. Facebook
Did you get out to enjoy the snow?

CTV viewers sent us some great photos of the weather in their neighbourhoods across B.C. (like these from Liana Marie, Ashley Caitlin Hyshka and Grant Erb). Check out some of the best shots in our photo gallery: [ Ctv.news Link ]
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today at 02:44. Facebook
There were hundreds of students stuck in the cold on Burnaby Mountain Friday after Simon Fraser University abruptly cancelled final exams.

Hundreds stuck on Burnaby Mountain after SFU cancels exams

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CTV Vancouver
today at 01:38. Facebook
Warning for transit users: Several bus routes disrupted due to icy road conditions. More info on affected routes here [ Ctv.news Link ]

If you're stuck on transit or just need a smile, here's a video of Lucy the dog, shot by CTV's Christian Alder near the base of Mount Seymour.
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today at 00:27. Facebook
Richmond RCMP are looking for a suspect who assaulted a man with pepper spray then stole his car during a meeting for a Craigslist sale on Thursday night.

The 39-year-old victim, who works as a car dealer, placed an ad to sell a car on Craigslist. When the victim handed over the car keys to the potential buyer, he was pepper-sprayed. The suspect drove off in the SUV.

Craigslist seller falls victim to pepper-spray assault and car theft

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 23:28. Facebook
This morning's snowfall didn't quite live up to Environment Canada's expectations, but as temperatures drop, the roads can get dangerous.

With more snow in the forecast for Friday night, CTV's David Molko met with a professional driver to get her tips on how to stay safe during winter weather.

Winter driving 101: Expert's safety tips

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 22:24. Facebook
Here's a fun story for a Friday: For those of you who wanted to be a rock star when you grew up, here's an Ontario granny who proves it's not too late to follow your dreams.

She spoke to CTV News Channel earlier this week about her band, The Grindmother: [ Ctv.news Link ]
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 21:17. Facebook
The snow has started to fall again, and most of Metro Vancouver can expect it to pick up into the evening.

Ann Luu has the latest forecast including what you can expect for your drive home.
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yesterday at 20:13. Facebook
The snowstorm that blew into the South Coast overnight was less intense than anticipated, but warnings remain in effect for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

Got a great photo of the snow? We're putting together a photo gallery! Send us your best shots by Facebook message or add them below in the comments section!

Snow forecast dialed back for Lower Mainland, but warnings remain

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yesterday at 18:44. Facebook
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yesterday at 17:29. Facebook
"The idea is you very carefully take the head off, we cool it down, and then you reconnect it...The plumbing is pretty easy...The hardest thing is reconnecting the spinal cord, and that's where my involvement is."

William Sikkema, a Rice University chemistry student from B.C., is preparing to lend his expertise to a landmark head transplant.

Canadian gets the nod to help with first-ever human head transplant

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 16:26. Facebook
Snow started to fall across Metro Vancouver Friday morning prompting school closures, flight cancellations and the closure of Golden Ears Park.

Got a great photo of the snow? We're putting together a photo gallery! Send us your best shots by Facebook message or add them below in the comments section!

Snow forces school closures, Harbour Air flight cancellations

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 15:28. Facebook
Warning to minivan drivers: Hoods can fly open while moving.

Hyundai has issued a recall for more than 41,000 Entourage minivans.

Hyundai recalls minivans; hoods can fly open while moving

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 05:16. Facebook
No pool, no problem for Simon Fraser University's swim team!

The team talked to CTV News about their bitterly cold backstroke on Thursday: [ Ctv.news Link ]
CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 04:06. Facebook
Mail theft is a common problem, but you don't usually see perpetrators casually opening up mailboxes with a key.

But that's exactly what happened Saturday morning at a townhouse complex in Surrey, where two suspects managed to make off with a veritable Santa's sack of stolen mail.

Thieves use key to access mail in Surrey townhouse complex

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 03:02. Facebook
Some Vancouver detached homes have sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars below asking, and there's now proof the trend is in effect beyond the city's borders as well.

"It's a totally different market. It's crazy what can happen at overnight," a local realtor said.

Average house price down 15 per cent or more in parts of Metro Vancouver

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yesterday at 02:05. Facebook
UPDATE: Mounties confirm a 12-year-old girl who went missing Thursday morning at the University Endowment Lands has been found safe.

Young girl goes missing at University Endowment Lands

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 01:24. Facebook
How do you win Finland's Got Talent? With a fart-sound rendition of "Happy Christmas (War is Over)," apparently.

Festively flatulent: 'Happy Christmas' created with fart sounds

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CTV Vancouver
yesterday at 00:25. Facebook
JUST IN: Police investigating Vancouver's 11th homicide of the year.

Officers have provided few details, but said that the victim's body was found in the area of West 13th Avenue and MacDonald Street.

Police investigating homicide in Vancouver's West Side

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CTV Vancouver
12/08/2016 at 23:36. Facebook
These unique B.C. treehouses were named among TripAdvisor's '12 hotels you need to see to believe' this year.

The ball-shaped accommodations are known as Free Spirit Spheres, located in the canopies of trees in Qualicum Beach.

Spherical treehouses make TripAdvisor list of unique hotels

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