First Nations people raise their hands after singing and drumming during a ceremony and vigil for the 215 children whose remains were found buried at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, in Vancouver, British Columbia, on National Indigenous Peoples Day.
A healthcare worker at St. Paul's Hospital acknowledges applause and cheers from people outside the hospital, as a convoy of first responders with lights and sirens activated parade past to show support for the hospital staff, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A woman claps from an entrance to a balcony in Vancouver, British Columbia. Thousands of people in Vancouver's West End have been going out on their balconies to applaud healthcare workers who are fighting the coronavirus, each night at 7 p.m.
Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who is out on bail and remains under partial house arrest after she was detained last year at the behest of American authorities, leaves B.C. Supreme Court following a case management hearing in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A protester opposed to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is lowered to a police boat after spending two days suspended from the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Harrison Ha is silhouetted against a swan lantern while looking at the back of his camera after taking a photo during the opening night of the Vancouver Chinese Lantern Festival at the Pacific National Exhibition, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A woman is silhouetted while walking past a pagoda constructed from more than 100,000 porcelain pieces during the opening night of the Vancouver Chinese Lantern Festival at the Pacific National Exhibition, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A man is silhouetted against a dragon as he looks at the back of a camera after taking a photo during the opening night of the Vancouver Chinese Lantern Festival at the Pacific National Exhibition, in Vancouver, British Columbia. The festival features hundreds of illuminated lanterns and is open until Jan. 21, 2018.
The bow of the Leviathan II, a whale-watching boat that capsized, is seen, near Vargas Island before it is towed into Tofino, B.C., for inspection. Investigators are trying to unravel the mystery of what caused a whale watching boat to capsize off Vancouver Island in seemingly calm weather, killing five British nationals including a father and his teenage son. A search continued for a missing Australian man. Twenty-one people were rescued.
Duma, a seven-year-old Jack Russell terrier, rides a wakeboard pulled by a remote controlled boat operated by her owner Cliff Bode, of Chicago, while practicing for the Vancouver International Boat Show in Vancouver, British Columbia.