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Man accused of killing B.C. father and son was staying in their house, friend says

Man accused of killing B.C. father and son was staying in their house, friend says

Anyone with information about the killings is asked to contact police.
Vancouverite takes awe-inspiring snap off B.C. coast (PHOTO)

Vancouverite takes awe-inspiring snap off B.C. coast (PHOTO)

Wow!
Under new emissions plan, B.C. accelerates phase-out of gas-powered cars

Under new emissions plan, B.C. accelerates phase-out of gas-powered cars

New plan puts caps on oil and gas emissions, phases out gas-powered vehicles and moves to regulate zero-emission buildings. But critics say it fails to properly regulate the future of gas production in B.C.
Salvage crew unable to board vessel anchored off Victoria due to stormy weather

Salvage crew unable to board vessel anchored off Victoria due to stormy weather

Health of Greater Victoria residents not impacted by fire, Coast Guard says.
Vancouver parents give first-time homebuyer kids $180K on average: CIBC

Vancouver parents give first-time homebuyer kids $180K on average: CIBC

About 30% of Canadian first-time homebuyers getting help from parents, says report.
Hiker who fell down waterfall lucky to be alive, North Shore Rescue says

Hiker who fell down waterfall lucky to be alive, North Shore Rescue says

Firefighters had to rappel 90 metres to reach the injured man
Vancouver photographer wins prestigious award for intimate polar bear snaps

Vancouver photographer wins prestigious award for intimate polar bear snaps

Martin Gregus wanted to showcase a different side of polar bears, when they're among green grass and blue skies.
LifeLabs and union reach tentative three-year agreement; job action suspended

LifeLabs and union reach tentative three-year agreement; job action suspended

The agreement was reached this weekend following negotiations.
Fire aboard massive cargo ship off Vancouver Island continues (PHOTOS)

Fire aboard massive cargo ship off Vancouver Island continues (PHOTOS)

There seems to be progress Sunday, Oct. 24.
Nearly 33,000 British Columbians displaced by wildfire in 2021

Nearly 33,000 British Columbians displaced by wildfire in 2021

Stuck in Merritt motel, two 82-year-old survivors of the Lytton fire are among at least 340 people across B.C. still without a home. Experts say climate change will only increase the number of Canadians internally displaced by fire and flood.