Vancouver – As billions of people around the world prepared to celebrate the Lunar New Year on Feb. 5, a pastor in Surrey, B.C., was also taking the opportunity to celebrate another significant milestone for the local Chinese community.

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On a recent Saturday morning visit to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a person mummy-wrapped in a dragonfly blue blanket lay motionless a few feet from the corner of Hastings and Main. 

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VANCOUVER – He isn’t a famous hockey player, but when Clayton Imoo puts on a jersey and attends a Canucks game, he is always stopped by a few fans.

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VANCOUVER – Three Vancouver women have left career and school behind to serve the homeless.

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VANCOUVER – He lost almost everything on his first day in Canada.

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VANCOUVER – “You will look like a new man!” 

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VANCOUVER – The summits of B.C.’s Coastal Mountains and Rockies inspire longtime artist Arnold Shives.

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VANCOUVER – A community built around love for people with developmental disabilities is undergoing ground-breaking changes.

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VANCOUVER – A faith study program that has been around for decades has suddenly received new life.

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Canada’s homeless youth population is younger and more diverse than their American counterparts, but they are just as vulnerable of becoming trafficking victims.

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia – As the strains of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" filled the sanctuary of Christ Church Anglican Cathedral in Vancouver, one by one the people in the pews rose silently. Muffled sobbing could be heard from the back corner of the church as a prayer vigil for those affected by the city's opioid crisis ended.

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VANCOUVER – Nursing students are learning how to respond to B.C.’s drug overdose crisis thanks to Catholic Charities Men’s Hostel.

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VANCOUVER – It was called the Rise Up conference, but it could just as easily have been called the Speak Up.

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OTTAWA – The archbishop of Vancouver has written to a local health authority to oppose a threat to make compliance with assisted suicide requests mandatory at all its health institutions, including Catholic hospitals and palliative care centres.

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OTTAWA – NET Ministries Canada is expanding to two new dioceses in Canada to give its ministry to evangelize high school-age students a national reach.

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