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Man dead, suspect at large after fight at church in West Kootenay town

RCMP say a 40-year-old man is dead and a suspect is still at large after a fight at a church in Trail, B.C., Wednesday night.  In...

Vancouver Island whisky maker in battle with Scottish association over name

In golden letters, the label clearly states it is a Canadian-made whisky, but the Scotch Whisky Association says that doesn't go far enough and it's...

With state of emergency set to end, B.C. records 44 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths

B.C. health officials announced 44 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths on Wednesday.In a written statement, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health...

B.C. lifting pandemic state of emergency as province gives go-ahead for Step 3 of its restart plan

The provincial state of emergency which had been in place since March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will be lifted on July 1 in...

Seniors suffer through heat wave as housing complex offers poor ventilation, no air conditioning

A heat wave sweeping Western Canada has set temperature records, triggered flood warnings and air quality advisories. It's also created significant discomfort for many British...

Extreme heat creating obstacles for COVID-19 vaccination program in parts of B.C.

A record-breaking heat wave has created a hiccup for B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccination program, as several clinics in the Lower Mainland are postponing appointments or redirecting...

2 injured in plane crash near Victoria

Two people were injured, one critically, when a small plane crashed in a residential neighbourhood Monday north of Victoria, B.C. First responders received reports of a...

Burnaby students collect over 1,100 English books to support language learning in Vietnam

Learning a new language isn't always easy, especially when you're just reading from a textbook.  It can also be kind of boring. That's why international high...

'Dangerous and historic' heat wave baking Western Canada could last into next week

Environment Canada is warning the extreme heat wave that has settled over much of Western Canada won't lift for days, although parts of British Columbia and Yukon...

Some schools in B.C. will be closed Monday due to extreme heat. Here's where

Extreme heat blanketing the province of B.C. has forced some school districts, mostly in the Lower Mainland, to cancel classes Monday. Temperature records are being broken throughout...

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