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Several salad kits sold in Canada recalled due to possible listeria contamination

Several salad kits sold in Canada recalled due to possible listeria contamination

Did you have one of these salads recently? 🥗
Armed stand off in Mile Zero

Armed stand off in Mile Zero

RCMP negotiating with person(s) in house.
'Everything is changing': Unvaccinated British Columbians get first dose

'Everything is changing': Unvaccinated British Columbians get first dose

Unvaccinated British Columbians cite a number of reasons for waiting. For some, a new proof of vaccination plan is finally driving them to get their first jab.
Cooler weather conditions lead to 'relatively quiet' week on B.C. wildfires

Cooler weather conditions lead to 'relatively quiet' week on B.C. wildfires

Around 862,000 hectares have burned this season.
Highway patrol uses vehicle to slow speeding car that had no brakes

Highway patrol uses vehicle to slow speeding car that had no brakes

The vehicle, which was not insured, did not belong to the driver.
Puppy love: 16 new 'furry recruits' join dog therapy program at BC Children's Hospital (PHOTOS)

Puppy love: 16 new 'furry recruits' join dog therapy program at BC Children's Hospital (PHOTOS)

"Staff are given the chance to slow down, be present and receive some unconditional love from a dog."
More financial support made available to B.C. wildfire evacuees

More financial support made available to B.C. wildfire evacuees

Nearly 3,800 properties in B.C. are on evacuation order.
Bryan Adams is looking for a local marching band

Bryan Adams is looking for a local marching band

It's not every day a rockstar uses social media to find a band, but that's what Bryan Adams is doing.
B.C. seeing rash of children falling out of open windows

B.C. seeing rash of children falling out of open windows

BC Children's Hospital asks parents to supervise their kids on balconies.
Striking purple chalk campaign aims to put B.C.'s toxic drug supply deaths back in spotlight

Striking purple chalk campaign aims to put B.C.'s toxic drug supply deaths back in spotlight

‘We’re Still Dying. . . Do you See Us Yet?’ campaign aims to put the opioid crisis back in the spotlight and spark conversations on International Overdose Awareness Day