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Search underway for missing climbers in Garibaldi Provincial Park, near Squamish

Search underway for missing climbers in Garibaldi Provincial Park, near Squamish

The ongoing search for the three missing climbers is challenged by weather and avalanche conditions.
B.C. RCMP, Squamish Search and Rescue looking for missing climbers

B.C. RCMP, Squamish Search and Rescue looking for missing climbers

SQUAMISH, B.C. — A spokeswoman for Squamish Search and Rescue in British Columbia says an "active search" is underway for three experienced mountaineers who have been missing since Friday.
Vancouver driver arrested after crashing into vehicles, narrowly missing pedestrians

Vancouver driver arrested after crashing into vehicles, narrowly missing pedestrians

VANCOUVER — Vancouver police say they are recommending multiple dangerous driving and impaired driving charges for a man who crashed his car into several other vehicles and nearly hit pedestrians downtown last week.
Environment Canada issues rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley

Environment Canada issues rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, with up to 60 millimetres expected by Monday morning.
'We had to race like crazy': Remembering Islanders' D-Day role 80 years on

'We had to race like crazy': Remembering Islanders' D-Day role 80 years on

Vancouver Island sacrificed disproportionately on June 6, 1944 — soldiers of the Victoria-based Canadian Scottish Regiment were among the first ashore in Normandy on D-Day
Dozens of people who left clothing for cleaning ask: 'Where's my stuff?'

Dozens of people who left clothing for cleaning ask: 'Where's my stuff?'

WetCleaner owner says “cascading events,” starting with a personal tragedy, led to temporary closure
Mixed-gender doubles badminton nixed from B.C. schools; petition calls for reversal of decision

Mixed-gender doubles badminton nixed from B.C. schools; petition calls for reversal of decision

Nearly 3,000 people have signed an online petition calling for the decision to be reversed
ICYMI: CapU announces student dorm purchase in Squamish

ICYMI: CapU announces student dorm purchase in Squamish

Three dorms cost $55 million with $48 million coming from the provincial government.
B.C. unveils 240-language racism helpline as survey suggests systemic problems

B.C. unveils 240-language racism helpline as survey suggests systemic problems

VICTORIA — British Columbia has launched a new helpline for people who witness or experience a racist incident, with support available in more than 240 languages.
VIU says it won't punish protesters in pro-Palestinian encampment

VIU says it won't punish protesters in pro-Palestinian encampment

A letter delivered to the encampment by campus security on May 2 had warned students they could face arrests and expulsions for their participation