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B.C.’s South Coast sees rainiest day in 32 months amid first storm of the season

B.C.’s South Coast was drenched by the first big fall storm of the season Friday. Rainfall warnings and concerns for strong winds were issued...

B.C.’s vaccine card comes into effect Monday. Here’s what you need to know

B.C.’s COVID-19 vaccine card system comes into effect Sept. 13 and here’s what you need to know about the program. Proof of immunization of...

B.C.’s hospitality industry concerned about anger over COVID-19 vaccine cards

A protest against vaccines and vaccine passports took place in Vancouver on Wednesday, although with fewer people in attendance than a rally held...

Remains of missing Alberta man, 64, recovered from lake in B.C.’s Interior

The remains of a missing man from Alberta were recovered from a lake in B.C.’s Shuswap region on Friday afternoon. According to Sicamous RCMP,...

B.C.’s Sunshine Coast bans outdoor use of tap water as region faces drought conditions – BC

With more drought-like conditions in the weather forecast, British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast has banned the outdoor use of tap water. The Sunshine Coast Regional...

Pouncing pooches learn to fly at Nanaimo, B.C.’s new ‘dock diving’ school

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but the folks behind Nanaimo, B.C.’s Pooch Pool School might quibble with that...

Heat waves put new stress on B.C.’s already struggling salmon

A sweltering heat wave in much of Western Canada in the last week of June had cascading effects on sea life, experts say. Scott...

Why did so many people die during the heat wave? B.C.’s chief coroner looks for answers – BC

One of the most important investigations in recent memory is being carried out by B.C. Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe, who is investigating how...

Hundreds died during B.C.’s heat dome. Who is responsible for deaths caused by extreme heat?

Over the course of B.C.'s heat dome, 719 people died suddenly — triple the number of deaths that would normally occur in the province...

Heat wave stressing B.C.’s Emergency Health Services

The extreme heat and rash of sudden deaths and health emergencies are further exposing cracks in B.C’s Emergency Health Services, to the point...
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Pronghorns’ senior bringing experience from overseas to Canada West rugby season

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s rugby team enters week two of the Canada West season ranked 8th in the country. As Danica...
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Meet the young B.C. surfer who conquered Canada’s toughest wave

It is considered Canada’s toughest wave. Local surfers call the formation, located off the coast of Tofino, B.C., “the slab.”And it was a local...

75 days of healing gatherings at unmarked gravesites coming to a close in Enoch area

The truth is painful, and for Lorelei Mullings and Andrea Jenkins, this last year has been filled with a lot of truth. They...