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From friend to foe: Surrey’s Brenda Locke to challenge Doug McCallum in 2022

From friend to foe: Surrey’s Brenda Locke to challenge Doug McCallum in 2022

Locke pledges police referendum, has regrets about SkyTrain pledge and is contemplating how city hall can help with housing affordability
Boaters get glimpse of killer whales in waters off Ambleside in West Vancouver (VIDEO)

Boaters get glimpse of killer whales in waters off Ambleside in West Vancouver (VIDEO)

'I didn’t expect to see them around West Vancouver'
White Spot, Triple O's holding fundraiser day for B.C. wildfire relief

White Spot, Triple O's holding fundraiser day for B.C. wildfire relief

Every B.C. location - including on BC Ferries - is participating in the one-day campaign
Pile of snow pulled passenger plane off runway in Terrace, B.C.: TSB

Pile of snow pulled passenger plane off runway in Terrace, B.C.: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. — Safety changes have been made after a WestJet Encore passenger plane went off a snow-covered runway in Terrace, B.C., last year.
BC SPCA swamped with calls about pets left in sweltering vehicles

BC SPCA swamped with calls about pets left in sweltering vehicles

People can get stickers warning people to not leave pets in hot vehicles
B.C. restricts workers ages 14 to 15 to 'light work' to keep them safe on the job

B.C. restricts workers ages 14 to 15 to 'light work' to keep them safe on the job

The rules follow changes to the Employment Standards Act passed in spring 2019, and will come into effect on Oct. 15.
B.C. government puts 18-month ban on rodenticides to help protect wildlife

B.C. government puts 18-month ban on rodenticides to help protect wildlife

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has temporarily banned the sale of rodenticides to protect owls and other wildlife from poisoning.
Australia, New Zealand, U.S. firefighters unable to help B.C.

Australia, New Zealand, U.S. firefighters unable to help B.C.

Out-of-province firefighters are battling their own fires or dealing with COVID, says Premier John Horgan.
Daughter raises funds for homeless man pepper-sprayed, run over in Nanaimo

Daughter raises funds for homeless man pepper-sprayed, run over in Nanaimo

The online fundraiser has surpassed the initial goal of $2,500.
Fatal shooting raises questions about use of police service dogs

Fatal shooting raises questions about use of police service dogs

The mother of an Indigenous man killed by police is calling for a public inquest into her son's case.