Canada: Severe floods continue to cause supply problems

Heavy storms cause floods and landslides in western Canada. Several people fell victim to the extreme weather event.

Storm of the century hits Canada – Vancouver cut off

A storm of the century hits Canada. The regional minister in British Columbia assumes a connection with climate change.

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Lighthouse Park, Vancouver: The Complete Guide

An iconic part of the West Vancouver waterfront, Lighthouse Park is home to the picturesque (and essential) Point Atkinson Lighthouse, which marks the point where the

Richmond Night Markets: Richmond Night Market and Panda Night Market

Asian-style summer night markets are a summer tradition in Vancouver and across the Lower Continent. Normally open on weekends

Garibaldi Lake: The Complete Guide

One of southern British Columbia's best-known hiking destinations, Lake Garibaldi, is located about 70 kilometers north of Vancouver,

Vancouver Gay Pride 2017

Vancouver, the largest city in western Canada and a former center for gay activism, hosts a parade and pride festival every summer.

Vancouver Folk Music Festival

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After the rampage verdict, the defender appeals

Life imprisonment and psychiatric treatment - that was the verdict in the trial surrounding the fatal rampage in Trier. The defense has now appealed.

Dead fish in the Oder: Toxic water soon on Baltic Sea beaches? Wild finger pointing in Poland

Fish deaths in the Oder concern Germany and Poland. Why thousands of dead fish are floating in the river is being tested in the laboratory.

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