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World’s largest cruise ship has 20 decks, 7 pools and covers almost 4 city blocks

World’s largest cruise ship has 20 decks, 7 pools and covers almost 4 city blocks

The ship was christened with help from soccer legend Lionel Messi, Inter Miami teammates
Two companies will attempt the first US moon landings since the Apollo missions a half-century ago

Two companies will attempt the first US moon landings since the Apollo missions a half-century ago

Ashes of B.C. Star Trek fan set to go to space alongside famous stars

Ashes of B.C. Star Trek fan set to go to space alongside famous stars

Son says Vancouver mother of 8 would be ‘just tickled’ to know where her remains are going
VIDEO: Commit to kindness, asks Canada’s Governor General

VIDEO: Commit to kindness, asks Canada’s Governor General

Gov. Gen. Mary Simon is calling on Canadians to commit themselves to kindness in her annual year-end message
How to navigate grief during the holiday season: B.C. hospice society

How to navigate grief during the holiday season: B.C. hospice society

Tips to look after yourself and navigate grief this season
25% of Canadians believe a degree is necessary for economic success

25% of Canadians believe a degree is necessary for economic success

But respondents past university age were less likely to value a degree when it comes to financial success
Today’s Cyber Monday may be the biggest online shopping day of all-time

Today’s Cyber Monday may be the biggest online shopping day of all-time

U.S. retail observers say Black Friday weekend trends look positive for the industry
Sea lion-versus-octopus battle filmed off B.C.’s south coast

Sea lion-versus-octopus battle filmed off B.C.’s south coast

Woman preparing to go for swim captures circle-of-life moment on video near Nanaimo
Black Press Media reporters win big at B.C. and Yukon journalism awards

Black Press Media reporters win big at B.C. and Yukon journalism awards

Black Press Media news teams received 88 nominations in 42 out of the 45 award categories
Extreme hiking, time travel and science converge in the Burgess Shale

Extreme hiking, time travel and science converge in the Burgess Shale

Climb high in the alpine and trace your family tree back millions of years – to our ocean ancestors