Nine people die in Vancouver, British Columbia from overdoses of fentanyl.
400–500 people are left stranded at the Sasquatch Mountain Resort in British Columbia, Canada, after the road to the resort was damaged from landslides caused by heavy rain. Train service between Vancouver and Seattle was also suspended until Monday due to mudslides.
The Canadian province of British Columbia begins a postal ballot to determine whether to maintain the current first-past-the-post voting system or switch to a form of proportional representation for their provincial elections.
A cargo plane carrying two pilots goes missing after departing from Vancouver International Airport en route to Prince George Airport in British Columbia, Canada. Search and rescue efforts are initiated after wreckage was reported in the province's North Shore Mountains.
International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge officially closes the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. Canada finishes in first place in the medal table with a record 14 gold medals, while the United States wins a record total of 37 medals.