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School bus involved in B.C. highway crash, helicopter on scene

School bus involved in B.C. highway crash, helicopter on scene

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
Harrison and Cultus Lake bus routes added for the summer

Harrison and Cultus Lake bus routes added for the summer

BC Transit adds Sunday trips for Harrison Hot Springs, full service to Cultus
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
B.C. salmon farming industry slams federal fish farm plan

B.C. salmon farming industry slams federal fish farm plan

Focus on unproven technology jeopardizes the sector’s ability to fulfill agreements and will cause further harm to communities
Cyberattacks disrupt car dealerships throughout North America

Cyberattacks disrupt car dealerships throughout North America

Fight over old pet cemetery property in Surrey lands in court

Fight over old pet cemetery property in Surrey lands in court

Some say human remains are also interred on the site, but the landowner contends otherwise
B.C. watchdog launches probe after suspect loses consciousness, 4 cops hurt

B.C. watchdog launches probe after suspect loses consciousness, 4 cops hurt

The man is in critical condition, B.C. RCMP say
Cycling Japanese diplomat rescued by gold miners in northwestern B.C.

Cycling Japanese diplomat rescued by gold miners in northwestern B.C.

The diplomat was on a solo cycling trip from Seattle, Washington to Fairbanks, Alaska when he lost control on Highway 37
UPDATE: Metro Vancouver ends air quality bulletin after train trestle fire

UPDATE: Metro Vancouver ends air quality bulletin after train trestle fire

Thick, black smoke could be seen throughout the Metro Vancouver area