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City of Abbotsford: Report 'misleading' on cost to restore Sumas Lake

City of Abbotsford: Report 'misleading' on cost to restore Sumas Lake

City consulting engineering firm responds to previously released report
Victoria jury finds Mohamed Omar guilty of second-degree murder

Victoria jury finds Mohamed Omar guilty of second-degree murder

Omar guilty for the stabbing of John Dickinson outside Victoria's Lucky Bar nightclub in 2022
'Namgis First Nation celebrates heritage and salmon amid open-net farm ban

'Namgis First Nation celebrates heritage and salmon amid open-net farm ban

A celebration was held in Victoria on National Indigenous Peoples Day
B.C. woman sues CN Rail, says warning lights didn't activate until too late

B.C. woman sues CN Rail, says warning lights didn't activate until too late

Lawsuit alleges injuries after train collided with vehicle plaintiff was riding in
Large, smoky Metro Vancouver trestle fire extinguished, no injuries reported

Large, smoky Metro Vancouver trestle fire extinguished, no injuries reported

Blaze on structure over Fraser River triggered an air quality warning
B.C. dinosaur exhibit urges visitors to feel climate crisis in their bones

B.C. dinosaur exhibit urges visitors to feel climate crisis in their bones

UBC's Pacific Museum of Earth urges visitors to think about 'Life on the Edge' with dinosaur display
Anti-violence advocates rally in Kamloops ahead of Sagmoen appearance

Anti-violence advocates rally in Kamloops ahead of Sagmoen appearance

Notorious Okanagan man had a court date for possession of a firearm contrary to order
Pedestrian dead after 2nd collision at scene of bus crash near Lac La Hache

Pedestrian dead after 2nd collision at scene of bus crash near Lac La Hache

Crash on Highway 97 north of Lac La Hache, parents asked to meet at South Cariboo Rec Centre
RCMP look for man with ladder seen vandalizing Pride banners in Vanderhoof

RCMP look for man with ladder seen vandalizing Pride banners in Vanderhoof

Police release video footage showing person of interest
B.C. businesses challenging new short-term rental rules

B.C. businesses challenging new short-term rental rules

Arguments began on Monday (June 17) as a group representing property owners argues the rules shouldn't apply to established businesses