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J-Pod returns to Salish Sea after 'unprecedented' 108-day absence

J-Pod returns to Salish Sea after 'unprecedented' 108-day absence

Between 1976 and 2013, the pod was documented in the Salish Sea every month of every year.
Peace Liard Regional Arts Council Executive Director stepping down

Peace Liard Regional Arts Council Executive Director stepping down

Executive Director Donna Kane is stepping down after seven years of building up the arts community.
As heat wave approaches B.C., 911 dispatchers warn of spike in calls, wait times

As heat wave approaches B.C., 911 dispatchers warn of spike in calls, wait times

On the eve of an approaching heat wave, E-Comm 911 warns that gang-related shootings, the ongoing opioid crisis, an early wildfire season and a record-breaking heat wave at the end of June have all led to increasing emergency call volumes.
Saulteau and West Moberly put video cameras on four grizzly bears

Saulteau and West Moberly put video cameras on four grizzly bears

Four bears have been equipped with video collars.
B.C. government warns of another round of 'extreme heat'

B.C. government warns of another round of 'extreme heat'

Sudden death toll during historic heat wave climbs to 815; Environment Canada warns that another, though less powerful, heat wave will hit southern B.C. this week.
Canada-wide recall of Frank's RedHot seasoning due to possible 'salmonella contamination'

Canada-wide recall of Frank's RedHot seasoning due to possible 'salmonella contamination'

Food contaminated with salmonella may not look or smell spoiled but can cause people to be sick
'A true museum mystery': Public called upon to help identify historic photos

'A true museum mystery': Public called upon to help identify historic photos

Some have speculated the pictures may have been taken in Japan.
'Heat dome' likely primed B.C. waters for spike in shellfish illnesses: health officials

'Heat dome' likely primed B.C. waters for spike in shellfish illnesses: health officials

As waters warm, scientists worry more coastal regions — from Washington to British Columbia to Alaska — could be in for more outbreaks due to shellfish-borne contagions.
B.C. forests are 'bonfires waiting to go off' — are more fires the solution?

B.C. forests are 'bonfires waiting to go off' — are more fires the solution?

There are billions of tonnes of wood fuel waiting to ignite B.C. forests, a recent white paper shows. As climate change leads to hotter, drier summers, could prescribed fire be the solution? Is it time to let it all burn?
Rolling in the park

Rolling in the park