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RCMP use sponge rounds, Taser to take suspect into custody

VANCOUVER — A North Vancouver man is in police custody after RCMP responded to a call Wednesday afternoon about a suspect carrying a large knife and an axe.
68 per cent of COVID-19 patients in B.C. hospitals not fully vaccinated

68 per cent of COVID-19 patients in B.C. hospitals not fully vaccinated

VICTORIA — British Columbia recorded 375 more cases of COVID-19 Wednesday as vaccination numbers rise, including among children. The province's health ministry says 84.8 per cent of eligible people five and older in B.C.
Vancouver murder was cold-blooded and cowardly: judge

Vancouver murder was cold-blooded and cowardly: judge

The killing of a 69-year-old East Vancouver man outside his home took place January 2019
Water will remain in Sumas lake bed for weeks, says Abbotsford mayor

Water will remain in Sumas lake bed for weeks, says Abbotsford mayor

The city recorded 540 mm of rain in November
'I wake up feeling free': Vancouver Man in disbelief after winning $675,000

'I wake up feeling free': Vancouver Man in disbelief after winning $675,000

The local man won a cool $675,000 playing Set for Life.
Third atmospheric river in a week is not done, with more rain expected

Third atmospheric river in a week is not done, with more rain expected

A number of weather records have been broken in recent weeks
Extreme weather poses new operational challenges for emergency response

Extreme weather poses new operational challenges for emergency response

Security firms, communications centre deal with disaster aftermath
December road checks kick off in B.C. this weekend

December road checks kick off in B.C. this weekend

CounterAttack campaign reminds drivers to stay safe this holiday season
Flood risk higher due to rising freezing levels and rain melting snowpack

Flood risk higher due to rising freezing levels and rain melting snowpack

Conditions need to be taken 'seriously,' says Environment Canada meteorologist
B.C. to review flood forecasting centre after hiring hiatus

B.C. to review flood forecasting centre after hiring hiatus

The provincial government's River Forecast Centre has been understaffed for over a decade, according to internal reports