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Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus - CBC News
Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus
  CBC News

White nose syndrome weakens bats and can be fatal to more than 90 per cent of a colony once it's infested, but scientists in British Columbia are trying a new ...




Heavy snowfall to hit northeastern B.C., up to 30 cm expected - CBC.ca
Heavy snowfall to hit northeastern B.C., up to 30 cm expected  CBC.ca

A snowfall warning is in effect for parts of northeastern British Columbia around the Fort Nelson and Muncho Lake Park region.




When the Queen met Prince George ? the B.C
city, not her great-grandson - CBC.ca
When the Queen met Prince George ? the B.C
city, not her great-grandson
  CBC.ca

Today the Prince George most associated with Queen Elizabeth is her six-year-old grandson
But 25 years ago, she was in the City of Prince George, B.C., ...




BC Transplant says misunderstanding led to liver transplant human rights case - CBC News
BC Transplant says misunderstanding led to liver transplant human rights case  CBC News

BC Transplant previous guidelines requiring patients to abstain from alcohol for six months in order to be eligible for a liver transplant were removed in May ...




Sea-to-Sky Gondola in British Columbia likely out of commission until 2020 - The Globe and Mail
Sea-to-Sky Gondola in British Columbia likely out of commission until 2020  The Globe and Mail

The company has said the damage will reach into the millions of dollars.




Western Canada: Royal BC Museum might be getting a makeover as CEO says there is a need to ?rewrite the story of British Columbia? - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: Royal BC Museum might be getting a makeover as CEO says there is a need to ?rewrite the story of British Columbia?  The Globe and Mail

Good morning
Wendy in Vancouver here
Provincial museums are meant to tell a province's story to its people and to those who visit from elsewhere
But they ...




Data shows B.C
residents pay highest auto insurance premiums in Canada - CBC.ca
Data shows B.C
residents pay highest auto insurance premiums in Canada
  CBC.ca

B.C
residents pay the highest auto insurance premiums in Canada, according to data released by the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA), the statistical ...




Brother of B.C
homicide victim says family may never know why she was killed - CBC News
Brother of B.C
homicide victim says family may never know why she was killed
  CBC News

The eldest brother of homicide victim Chynna Deese says he's not expecting the police investigation to provide a definitive answer as to why she was killed in ...




Indigenous tourism businesses booming in B.C
as visitors spend $705M a year - CBC News
Indigenous tourism businesses booming in B.C
as visitors spend $705M a year
  CBC News

Indigenous tourism businesses are seeing rapid growth in B.C
as more international visitors seek experiences that bring them closer to Canadian culture, the ...




Second nature: B.C
bear goes for car door and gets it right on the 1st try - CBC News
Second nature: B.C
bear goes for car door and gets it right on the 1st try
  CBC News

When a Vancouver woman discovered the doors of her car had been opened, she thought someone had broken in ? until she saw a giant paw print on the seat.




RCMP say B.C
fugitives died in what appears to be suicides by gunfire - CBC News
RCMP say B.C
fugitives died in what appears to be suicides by gunfire
  CBC News

RCMP confirmed Monday the two bodies found in northern Manitoba last week are those of homicide suspects, Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky, and said ...




Body found in Okanagan Lake confirmed to be 71-year-old missing Kelowna man - CBC.ca
Body found in Okanagan Lake confirmed to be 71-year-old missing Kelowna man  CBC.ca

RCMP and the B.C
Coroners *Service* have positively identified the body recovered from Okanagan Lake on August 10 as 71-year-old Zygmunt Janiewicz of ...




How a B.C
mayor plans to rank reefer at the fall fair - CBC.ca
How a B.C
mayor plans to rank reefer at the fall fair
  CBC.ca

Homegrown pot will join poultry, pies and preserves at exhibitions in Grand Forks and the Cowichan Valley.




BC tanker ban already benefiting Canada's competitors | Advocacy & Opinion - JWN
BC tanker ban already benefiting Canada's competitors | Advocacy & Opinion  JWN

Stewart Muir writes about energy and natural resources
He is based in British Columbia.A new Canadian law that will...




Behavioural analysis can help answer the 'why' in B.C
murders, expert says - CBC.ca
Behavioural analysis can help answer the 'why' in B.C
murders, expert says
  CBC.ca

A criminal profiler says investigators should find clues about why two men might have killed three people in northern British Columbia and whether there was a ...




No end date in sight for crews working at Big Bar landslide in B.C
- CBC.ca
No end date in sight for crews working at Big Bar landslide in B.C.  CBC.ca

Officials working at a landslide in northwest British Columbia say they don't know how long efforts to rescue spawning salmon will take on the Fraser River.




2 men wanted in Surrey, B.C., on Canada-wide warrants, RCMP say - CBC.ca
2 men wanted in Surrey, B.C., on Canada-wide warrants, RCMP say  CBC.ca

RCMP are looking for two men they say are wanted on a Canada-wide warrant and are turning to the public to help them find the pair they believe are ...




'It's a crime scene': RCMP says Squamish Sea-to-Sky gondola cable deliberately cut - CBC News
'It's a crime scene': RCMP says Squamish Sea-to-Sky gondola cable deliberately cut  CBC News

RCMP says they believe someone deliberately cut the cables of the Sea-to-Sky gondola in Squamish, B.C., which crashed into the ground overnight Saturday.




Western Canada: RCMP say items linked to B.C
murder suspects found along remote Manitoba river - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: RCMP say items linked to B.C
murder suspects found along remote Manitoba river
  The Globe and Mail

Also: MLAs in Alberta take a pay cut to set the tone ahead of expected budget cuts this fall.




Tears, handshakes and uncertainty as B.C
mill workers walk off the job for the last time - CBC News
Tears, handshakes and uncertainty as B.C
mill workers walk off the job for the last time
  CBC News

More than 3900 workers have been affected by mill closures and curtailments this summer.




Figuring out ICBC's new premiums: bad drivers pay more, low mileage gets a break - CBC.ca
Figuring out ICBC's new premiums: bad drivers pay more, low mileage gets a break  CBC.ca

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is overhauling how it calculates basic insurance premiums next month and there's more to its new formula ...




3 victims, 2 suspects dead: What we know about the northern B.C
cases - CBC.ca
3 victims, 2 suspects dead: What we know about the northern B.C
cases
  CBC.ca

The deaths of three people in northern B.C
and the cross-country search for two suspects who were later found dead set Canadians on edge for two weeks.




'What fishing season?': Local First Nations worry about state of fishing in Fraser River - CBC.ca
'What fishing season?': Local First Nations worry about state of fishing in Fraser River  CBC.ca

With mounting pressure on local salmon stocks, fishery closures and a landslide blocking their migration path, 2019 hasn't been ripe for fishing opportunities ...




Timeline: How 3 killings in B.C
turned into the cross-Canada pursuit of 2 teenagers - CBC News
Timeline: How 3 killings in B.C
turned into the cross-Canada pursuit of 2 teenagers
  CBC News

A pair of "suspicious deaths" in Northern B.C
have morphed into a desperate search across Canada for two suspects in the homicides of three people
Here are ...




New teacher leaves Quebec for British Columbia over Bill 21 - Global News
New teacher leaves Quebec for British Columbia over Bill 21  Global News

A Montreal-area teacher is packing up to move across the country
Amrit Kaur says since Bill 21 prevents her from wearing her turban while she teaches, she ...




Cruise these 5 scenic drives through British Columbia - Canada.com
Cruise these 5 scenic drives through British Columbia  Canada.com

British Columbia is the perfect destination to put the car in cruise control, crank up the tunes and capture the province's undeniable beauty as it unfolds before ...




Prickly, invasive longspine sandbur reaches Boundary Country in southern B.C
- CBC.ca
Prickly, invasive longspine sandbur reaches Boundary Country in southern B.C.  CBC.ca

The Boundary Invasive Species Society is asking the public to be on the lookout for a prickly grass
The longspine sandbur has been found in and around ...




Japanese Canadians call on B.C
to go beyond mere apology for historic racism - National Post
Japanese Canadians call on B.C
to go beyond mere apology for historic racism
  National Post

Participants have asked that school curricula include racism against Japanese Canadians and educate the public about the intergenerational trauma that ...




Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese: The forgotten faces in Canadian 'fugitives' story - BBC News
Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese: The forgotten faces in Canadian 'fugitives' story  BBC News

The families of Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, and Leonard Dyck left with questions as manhunt ends.




Test your knowledge by taking our killer whales quiz - CBC News
Test your knowledge by taking our killer whales quiz  CBC News

What does orca mean? Do you know which killer whale populations are endangered? This is your chance to show how closely you've been following B.C.'s ...




Beautiful British Columbia! See what's in our audience gallery - CBC.ca
Beautiful British Columbia! See what's in our audience gallery  CBC.ca

This week, we're sharing photos from around the province that were taken over the summer.




2019 Canadian Little League Championship: Quebec vs
British Columbia - CBC.ca
2019 Canadian Little League Championship: Quebec vs
British Columbia
  CBC.ca

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Collision with motorcycle in Cloverdale results in serious injuries - CBC.ca
Collision with motorcycle in Cloverdale results in serious injuries  CBC.ca

Surrey RCMP are investigating a serious two-vehicle collision involving a motorcycle in the Cloverdale area.




Western Canada: Nationwide manhunt for B.C
murder suspects stretches on - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: Nationwide manhunt for B.C
murder suspects stretches on
  The Globe and Mail

Also: Four dead after float plane crashes off north coast of Vancouver Island.




How political protests in Hong Kong are fracturing families in Canada - CBC News
How political protests in Hong Kong are fracturing families in Canada  CBC News

Political viewpoints are often split over generational lines, says UBC Professor Miu Chung Yan
But while arguments over the Hong Kong protests may have ...




B.C
man held in Syria after seeking adventure now released - CBC News
B.C
man held in Syria after seeking adventure now released
  CBC News

A British Columbia man who went to Syria late last year to seek adventure and was then detained has been released, Lebanon's security chief said Friday.




Owl evacuees get comfortable in new home in Kamloops, B.C
- CBC.ca
Owl evacuees get comfortable in new home in Kamloops, B.C.  CBC.ca

It's not unusual for birds to migrate but the story of how a parliament (yes, a group of owls is called a parliament) of owls wound up in Kamloops, B.C
is a strange ...




'Living in fear': Killings drive home vulnerability for Northern B.C
residents - CBC News
'Living in fear': Killings drive home vulnerability for Northern B.C
residents
  CBC News

Pristine wilderness draws tourists and residents alike to a vision of Northern British Columbia as a kind of unspoiled Eden
Many see they've been left uneasy by ...




Tyler Technologies Expands Online Dispute Resolution to British Columbia, Canada - Financial Post
Tyler Technologies Expands Online Dispute Resolution to British Columbia, Canada  Financial Post

Legal Services Society in British Columbia using Tyler's Modria for parenting plansPLANO, Texas ? Tyler Technologies Inc
(NYSE: TYL) announced today that ...




B.C
Lawyers Offer Doug Ford A 'Cautionary Tale' On Legal Aid Cuts - HuffPost Canada
B.C
Lawyers Offer Doug Ford A 'Cautionary Tale' On Legal Aid Cuts
  HuffPost Canada

HuffPost Canada Composite/Canadian Press/Getty Images Former B.C
premier Gordon Campbell cut funding for legal aid by 40 per cent when he was in power ...




?A quiet epidemic?: Why so many Canadians experience knee pain - Global News
?A quiet epidemic?: Why so many Canadians experience knee pain  Global News

We've all joked about "bad knees" as we age, but some doctors say there is not enough awareness around knee pain.




B.C
posts $1.5B operating surplus as tax revenue increases and real estate market cools - CBC.ca
B.C
posts $1.5B operating surplus as tax revenue increases and real estate market cools
  CBC.ca

The British Columbia government ended its fiscal year with an operating surplus of $1.5 billion as the province collected more revenue from taxation and less ...




Trapped migrating salmon to be flown over Fraser River rock slide in B.C
- CBC News
Trapped migrating salmon to be flown over Fraser River rock slide in B.C.  CBC News

Tens of thousands of migrating salmon stuck behind a rock slide on the Fraser River in a remote part of British Columbia will be flown over the barrier by ...




Transgender woman testifies at human rights tribunal after being refused Brazilian wax - CBC News
Transgender woman testifies at human rights tribunal after being refused Brazilian wax  CBC News

A transgender woman testified before the B.C
Human Rights tribunal Friday complaining that she was refused Brazilian waxes at more than a dozen beauty ...




'Truly irreplaceable': University lecturer killed in Northern B.C
dedicated career to studying plant life - CBC News
'Truly irreplaceable': University lecturer killed in Northern B.C
dedicated career to studying plant life
  CBC News

A university lecturer and father-of-two who died during one of his characteristic, solitary camping trips through British Columbia's haven-like backcountry was a ...




Couple found dead on remote B.C
highway were wild about travel, mother says - CBC News
Couple found dead on remote B.C
highway were wild about travel, mother says
  CBC News

The mother of a woman killed on a remote stretch of the Alaska Highway in Northern B.C
last week says her daughter was a "giver" who volunteered, loved ...




B.C
rabies death revives interest ? and fear ? in age-old disease - CBC News
B.C
rabies death revives interest ? and fear ? in age-old disease
  CBC News

The recent death of 21-year-old Parksville, B.C., man Nick Major from rabies has put the ancient disease ? and primordial fear ? back in the spotlight.




Canada's offence comes alive with emphatic victory over Italy at Little League World Series - CBC Sports
Canada's offence comes alive with emphatic victory over Italy at Little League World Series  CBC Sports

Canada bounced back with a strong performance on Saturday, waiting out an early rain delay to beat Italy 10-0 at the Little League World Series.




Canada falls to Mexico 5-0 to open Little League World Series - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Canada falls to Mexico 5-0 to open Little League World Series  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

Matt Shanley went 3 2/3 innings, allowing just one run with seven strikeouts, but Canada went silent at the plate and dropped its Little League World Series ...




1,000 lightning strikes spark 10 new wildfires in B.C
- CBC.ca
1,000 lightning strikes spark 10 new wildfires in B.C.  CBC.ca

Environment Canada recorded morethan a thousand lightning strikes in B.C
on Monday, a number which in recent years would have been bad news on the ...




British Columbia nominated 3,100 Express Entry candidates in 2018, new report shows - Canada Immigration News
British Columbia nominated 3,100 Express Entry candidates in 2018, new report shows  Canada Immigration News

British Columbia's Express Entry-linked immigration categories issued 3,100 nominations for Canadian permanent residence in 2018, a new report from the ...




2 B.C
men considered missing now suspects in homicide of young couple - CBC.ca
2 B.C
men considered missing now suspects in homicide of young couple
  CBC.ca

RCMP are set to provide another update Tuesday as officers continue to investigate the discovery of three dead bodies and disappearances of two lifelong ...




Man arrested after fatal stabbing near South Surrey mall - CBC.ca
Man arrested after fatal stabbing near South Surrey mall  CBC.ca

Homicide investigators are at the scene of a police incident near the Semihamoo Shopping Centre in Surrey, B.C..




Couple killed in northern B.C
were shot, RCMP seek man for questioning - CBC.ca
Couple killed in northern B.C
were shot, RCMP seek man for questioning
  CBC.ca

RCMP are expected to provide an update Monday afternoon into two separate homicide and missing persons investigations gripping the northeast corner of the ...




First-ever BC Gypsy horse show to come to Armstrong this fall - Vernon Morning Star
First-ever BC Gypsy horse show to come to Armstrong this fall  Vernon Morning Star

The event will also mark Canada's first Drum horse show.




Award-nominated Snotty Nose Rez Kids headline Indigifest 2019 coming to Victoria - Victoria News
Award-nominated Snotty Nose Rez Kids headline Indigifest 2019 coming to Victoria  Victoria News

Scheduled for Aug
24, the event is a showcase of Indigenous musicians from around B.C..




How toxic food and toxic water could be killing the killer whales - CBC News
How toxic food and toxic water could be killing the killer whales  CBC News

Orcas have no natural enemies but face threats from pollution and climate change
Research shows the level of toxic PCBs in the ocean could cause the global ...




'Ghost bike' memorial to be installed where Kelowna, B.C., cyclist was killed by truck - CBC.ca
'Ghost bike' memorial to be installed where Kelowna, B.C., cyclist was killed by truck  CBC.ca

A group of cycling advocates will install a memorial at the site of cyclist's death in Kelowna, B.C.
Kelowna resident Ernie Gabbs, 69, died after a collision with a ...




Western Canada: Manhunt underway for two teens suspected in B.C
murders - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: Manhunt underway for two teens suspected in B.C
murders
  The Globe and Mail

Good morning
Two teens from a coastal city on Vancouver Island are the subject of a manhunt across Western Canada and beyond after police declared them ...




You aren't allowed to live in your RV year round, regional district warns - CBC.ca
You aren't allowed to live in your RV year round, regional district warns  CBC.ca

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District is cracking down on people converting campers to cabins and motorhomes to permanent homes.




Canadians in Hong Kong urged to vote in federal election with an eye on party policies toward territory and China - The Globe and Mail
Canadians in Hong Kong urged to vote in federal election with an eye on party policies toward territory and China  The Globe and Mail

As Hong Kong wrestles with its worst political crisis in years, Andrew Work wants the hundreds of thousands of Canadians living there to know they have a new ...




Coroners report shows continued decline in overdose deaths in B.C
- CBC.ca
Coroners report shows continued decline in overdose deaths in B.C.  CBC.ca

Statistics from the BC Coroners *Service* show a decrease in the number of deaths in June 2019 decreased by 35 per cent compared to the same month a year ...




Former British Columbia firefighter teams up with web developer to create a wildfire app - Toronto Star
Former British Columbia firefighter teams up with web developer to create a wildfire app  Toronto Star

VANCOUVER? Former firefighter Aaron Kilback says his friends in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley used to ask him for updates on campfire bans and active wildfires, ...




Vehicle fire, discovery of dead body near Dease Lake, B.C., under investigation - CBC.ca
Vehicle fire, discovery of dead body near Dease Lake, B.C., under investigation  CBC.ca

Police say there's nothing to link the incidents to the deaths of a young a couple along Alaska Highway in Northern B.C..




B.C
homicide suspect Bryer Schmegelsky not a neo-Nazi, dad says - CBC News
B.C
homicide suspect Bryer Schmegelsky not a neo-Nazi, dad says
  CBC News

A murder suspect who allegedly sent photographs of a swastika armband and a Hitler Youth knife to an online friend was not a Nazi sympathizer, but he did ...




Day parole granted to drunk driver who killed Mountie on Vancouver Island - CBC.ca
Day parole granted to drunk driver who killed Mountie on Vancouver Island  CBC.ca

Kenneth Fenton, the drunk driver who struck and killed an RCMP officer in a drunk-driving crash on southern Vancouver Island in 2016, has been granted day ...




4 B.C
sisters victorious in court after parents left them tiny share of $9M estate - CBC News
4 B.C
sisters victorious in court after parents left them tiny share of $9M estate
  CBC News

Nahar and Nihal Litt left 93 per cent of their estate to their two sons, leaving their four daughters to split what was left.




How did we get here? Failed public policy and Vancouver's Downtown Eastside - CBC.ca
How did we get here? Failed public policy and Vancouver's Downtown Eastside  CBC.ca

Vancouver's Downtown Eastside has been home to the city's most vulnerable residents for decades
Residents and some experts say failed housing, drug and ...




Law firm ordered to pay student nearly $70K for wrongful firing that led to her becoming homeless - CBC.ca
Law firm ordered to pay student nearly $70K for wrongful firing that led to her becoming homeless  CBC.ca

A prominent Vancouver law firm has been ordered to pay almost $70000 for wrongfully dismissing an articled student, who ended up unemployed and homeless ...




Logan Lake loon lucky to be alive after run in with fishing lure in B.C.'s southern Interior - CBC.ca
Logan Lake loon lucky to be alive after run in with fishing lure in B.C.'s southern Interior  CBC.ca

A driver near Logan Lake, B.C., spotted the bird tangled in fishing line near the side of a road and took it took it for treatment at B.C
Wildlife Park in Kamloops.




Siri, don't call a travel agent ? smart devices can lead to scam calls, watchdog warns - CBC.ca
Siri, don't call a travel agent ? smart devices can lead to scam calls, watchdog warns  CBC.ca

Pulling up a recipe, playing music or dimming the lights of your room ? voice-controlled smart devices like Alexa, Google Home and Siri-enabled HomePod ...




Here's why B.C
lets judges rewrite unfair wills - CBC.ca
Here's why B.C
lets judges rewrite unfair wills
  CBC.ca

The case of four sisters who successfully challenged their parents' unfair will is something that could only happen in B.C
? the lone province that lets adult ...




Kraft Heinz Turkey Stew baby food recalled due to possibility of insects - CBC News
Kraft Heinz Turkey Stew baby food recalled due to possibility of insects  CBC News

The federal food safety watchdog says it is recalling a certain brand of baby food due to the possibility of insects being in the product.




In the news today, Aug
15 - CFJC Today Kamloops
In the news today, Aug
15
  CFJC Today Kamloops

Four stories in the news for Thursday, Aug
15
???
QUESTIONS PLAGUE BROTHER OF B.C
HOMICIDE VICTIM
The eldest brother of homicide victim ...




RCMP receive tips on Texas murder suspect in connection with northern B.C
double homicide - Global News
RCMP receive tips on Texas murder suspect in connection with northern B.C
double homicide
  Global News

Police say they have received a number of tips in relation to Derek Whisenand, a Texas man who crossed the border into Canada sometime around June 24.




Recast in bronze, ?The Dude? statue returns to Vancouver?s Guelph Park - The Globe and Mail
Recast in bronze, ?The Dude? statue returns to Vancouver?s Guelph Park  The Globe and Mail

A bronze recasting of the original natural cedar sculpture called 'Reclining Figure' and nicknamed 'The Dude' has been installed at Guelph Park on 8th Avenue ...




Sister of missing Surrey man says he was supposed to pick up daughter - CBC.ca
Sister of missing Surrey man says he was supposed to pick up daughter  CBC.ca

Two men missing for a week from Surrey were planning to travel to Spences Bridge about 35 kilometres north of Lytton, B.C., RCMP revealed Wednesday.




Gardeners urged to recognize, avoid invasive species when shopping for plants - CBC.ca
Gardeners urged to recognize, avoid invasive species when shopping for plants  CBC.ca

Stores should commit to stop selling invasive species, says Mike Dedels, invasive plant management co-ordinator with the Thompson Nicola Regional District ...




2 Surrey men missing after Jeep found empty in B.C
Interior - CBC.ca
2 Surrey men missing after Jeep found empty in B.C
Interior
  CBC.ca

RCMP are looking for two men from Surrey, B.C., last seen driving a Jeep that has since been found abandoned hundreds of kilometres away
Ryan Provencher ...




Weekly Travel Round-up: British Columbia has been keeping this national park a secret from the rest of us - Canada.com
Weekly Travel Round-up: British Columbia has been keeping this national park a secret from the rest of us  Canada.com

Plus, four other travel stories that were trending on Canada.com this week
Canada is a big place and so is the internet
You can't be expected to read all of the ...




Unlicensed daycare operator sued in Baby Mac's death denies allegations - CBC.ca
Unlicensed daycare operator sued in Baby Mac's death denies allegations  CBC.ca

Suzy Ahmed Saad has delivered her response to a lawsuit filed by the mother of 16-month-old Macallan Wayne Saini, the toddler known as Baby Mac, who died ...




Southern resident killer whale calves spotted alive and well - CBC News
Southern resident killer whale calves spotted alive and well  CBC News

Two southern resident killer whale calves were spotted swimming with their pods in apparent good health over the weekend
All three local pods ? J, K, and L ...




Northern B.C
murders: A timeline of what happened and where - Global News
Northern B.C
murders: A timeline of what happened and where
  Global News

UPDATE: B.C
murder suspects Bryer Schmegelsky, Kam McLeod believed to be dead
Editor's note: An earlier version of this story said that Chynna Deese and ...




Join Lien Yeung at B.C.'s largest local food & beverage festival - CBC.ca
Join Lien Yeung at B.C.'s largest local food & beverage festival  CBC.ca

Feast of Fields is FarmFolk CityFolk's annual local food celebration and fundraiser that highlights the connections between farmers and chefs, field and table, ...




B.C
drivers pay almost $2,000 in auto insurance per year - Yahoo News Canada
B.C
drivers pay almost $2,000 in auto insurance per year
  Yahoo News Canada

B.C
residents just can't seem to catch a break
Not only is the province home to some of Canada's highest-priced real estate, drivers also pay the highest ...




New wildfire evacuation alert in British Columbia - Canadian Underwriter
New wildfire evacuation alert in British Columbia  Canadian Underwriter

VANCOUVER ? A wildfire discovered Sunday evening north of Oliver, B.C., in the district of Okanagan-Similkameen has prompted an evacuation alert for ...




New illicit drug testing machine undergoes real-world trial - CBC.ca
New illicit drug testing machine undergoes real-world trial  CBC.ca

A machine that can detect minuscule quantities of potentially deadly drugs was briefly put into *service* as part of a trial at an overdose prevention site in ...




Coffee done right: Viva Java still roasting beans in Richmond, B.C
after 27 years - CBC.ca
Coffee done right: Viva Java still roasting beans in Richmond, B.C
after 27 years
  CBC.ca

Since 1992, Arturo Hagop's mission has been to show his customers what coffee is supposed to taste like
Hagop, 71, is the owner and operator of Viva Java in ...




4 dead, 5 in hospital after floatplane crash north of Vancouver Island - CBC News
4 dead, 5 in hospital after floatplane crash north of Vancouver Island  CBC News

Four people are dead and five are in hospital after a floatplane crashed Friday off the central coast of B.C..




Death and broken livelihoods: farmers and wildfires in British Columbia - The Guardian
Death and broken livelihoods: farmers and wildfires in British Columbia  The Guardian

As wildfires increase in intensity, how can farmers safeguard their animals ? and their way of life?




Sharing almost $5.3M, these are B.C.'s highest-paid public executives - CBC.ca
Sharing almost $5.3M, these are B.C.'s highest-paid public executives  CBC.ca

The B.C
government has released its annual list of the province's highest paid public sector employees, with executives from Powerex, UBC and BC Hydro ...




Kelowna non-profit turns RV into mobile dental clinic to help those in need - CBC.ca
Kelowna non-profit turns RV into mobile dental clinic to help those in need  CBC.ca

A new mobile dental hygiene clinic is coming to Kelowna, B.C
Built in an RV, the clinic is intended to provide services to people who have difficulties getting ...




Watch as a 3-year-old Indigenous wrestling fan wins over WWE star Charlotte Flair - CBC Sports
Watch as a 3-year-old Indigenous wrestling fan wins over WWE star Charlotte Flair  CBC Sports

Three-year-old Meadow Joseph's mother and father are both longtime wrestling fans
They are also members of the Nisga'a and Wet'su'wet'en Nations on ...




Two dead, four injured in crash on Highway 1 near Golden, B.C
- CTV News
Two dead, four injured in crash on Highway 1 near Golden, B.C.  CTV News

The crash closed the highway to traffic in both directions for the third time in four days this week.




B.C
teens charged with second degree murder as police name third victim in killings - Toronto Star
B.C
teens charged with second degree murder as police name third victim in killings
  Toronto Star

PORT ALBERNI, B.C.?Authorities have charged the two young men being sought in a Canada-wide manhunt with one count each of second-degree murder ...




Drug-trafficking operation targets young, new drivers, Abbotsford police warn - CBC.ca
Drug-trafficking operation targets young, new drivers, Abbotsford police warn  CBC.ca

Abbotsford police are cracking down on a street-level drug trafficking operation that's recruiting young, new drivers.




Rex Murphy: B.C
groin waxing case is a mockery of human rights - National Post
Rex Murphy: B.C
groin waxing case is a mockery of human rights
  National Post

Do we really think the formulators of the UN Declaration of Human Rights were careless when they left out the human right to crotch grooming?




Suspect arrested after Canadian woman escapes attack in New Zealand that killed her fiancé - CBC News
Suspect arrested after Canadian woman escapes attack in New Zealand that killed her fiancé  CBC News

Police in New Zealand say a suspect has been arrested after an apparently random attack from which a Canadian woman was able to escape but killed her ...




Crash closes Trans Canada Highway at Tappen - CFJC Today Kamloops
Crash closes Trans Canada Highway at Tappen  CFJC Today Kamloops

SALMON ARM, B.C
? UPDATE: BC Emergency Health Services says the patient transported to hospital via air ambulance has life-threatening injuries.




Flamenco dancer shares his passion with others who have Parkinson's disease - CBC.ca
Flamenco dancer shares his passion with others who have Parkinson's disease  CBC.ca

Longtime Vancouver flamenco dancer Oscar Nieto doesn't think the disease should stand in his way and has launched a new dance class for those living with ...




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