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Baseball Canada to honour B.C.'s Amanda Asay, retiring her number from women's national team

Baseball Canada plans to formally retire No. 19 from the women's national team program to honour Amanda Asay, who died in a skiing accident in...

Gas prices continue to soar, with high of $2.34/litre expected in Vancouver

National gas prices are continuing their rise to staggering highs this weekend, with drivers in Vancouver told to brace for as much as $2.34 per...

Jacob Hoggard's lawyers to continue questioning of 2nd complainant in sex assault trial

WARNING: This article contains graphic content and may affect those who have experienced​ ​​​sexual violence or know someone affected by it.A Toronto court is hearing...

Researchers in B.C. to map landslides in Fraser River in effort to protect salmon

Geoscientists in British Columbia are returning to the scene of a massive landslide on the Fraser River to map its effects and assess the risk of...

Real estate association says higher interest rates pushing B.C. home sales back toward normal

The British Columbia Real Estate Association says the sharp increase in mortgage rates is pushing the province's home sales down "a path to normalizing," although...

B.C. drops 24 tickets against pastors issued for violating COVID-19 orders

British Columbia's Crown Prosecution Service has dropped two dozen COVID-19 violation tickets against three Chilliwack, B.C., pastors who continued in-person worship services in violation of...

Aurora Cannabis to close outdoor growing facility in B.C.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. says it will wind down operations at an outdoor grow site in the B.C. Interior. The Edmonton-based cannabis company says it no...

Vancouver-area home sales fell closer to normal levels in April, real estate board says

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says home sales in the region fell in April and returned to more historically typical levels for the month. The board said Tuesday that residential home sales in the area it covers totalled...

RCMP in Surrey, B.C., say incident at mosque not a racially motivated hate crime

Police in British Columbia say an episode involving a vehicle outside a mosque that had been called a "disturbing incident'' directed at the Muslim community was...

Census data shows growth in apartments but supply remains the main issue in B.C.

Demand for housing in British Columbia still far outstrips supply, experts say, even as the latest census figures show growth in the number of homes...

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