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The Stanley Park Seawall is pictured in this photo illustration. (File photo)

Four women assaulted on Vancouver seawall

Vancouver police are sounding the alarm about a series of recent sexual assaults that have occurred along the Vancouver seawall and are appealing to the public for help to identify the man responsible.

Joi "SJ" Harris.

'Deadpool 2' production resumes

The cameras are rolling again on the Vancouver production of Deadpool 2, two days after the motorcycle death of stuntwoman Joi “SJ” Harris.

Cache of guns and drugs seized

A five-month Vancouver Police Department investigation, codenamed Project Tariff, has led to the seizure of a cache of firearms and more two kilograms of heroin, fentanyl, and fentanyl-like compounds, including carfentanil.

A police officer makes markings around a motorcycle after a stunt rider crashed and went through a window on the set of 'Deadpool 2' in Vancouver, August, 14, 2017. The stunt rider succumbed to her injuries. (Richard Lam/Postmedia Network)

Questions remain in 'Deadpool' set death

Joi "SJ" Harris, a 40-year-old motorcyclist from New York who died Monday performing a stunt on the Deadpool 2 set in downtown Vancouver, was inspirational, sweet and bubbly, say friends.

Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Strategy George Heyman will be joined by Attorney General David Eby to make an announcement about the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project , August 10 2017. (Francis Georgian/Postmedia Network)

NDP to 'protect B.C.'s interests' in pipeline

The province has set out its initial steps to "protect B.C.'s interests" with respect to Kinder Morgan's $7.4 billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, but has so far declined to say how much it expects that effort to cost.

In this December, 9, 2016 file photo, Vancouver Fire Department Medical Unit respond to an unresponsive man in the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver. (Richard Lam/Postmedia Network files)

18 overdose deaths in July

Vancouver police reported 18 probable overdose deaths in the month of July, a decrease from the 26 reported in June, but the opioid crisis shows little sign of slowing down.