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Snowboarder rescued after being buried to waist in North Shore backcountry avalanche

Snowboarder rescued after being buried to waist in North Shore backcountry avalanche

Snowboarder was alone and out of bounds near Cypress Provincial Park when he was caught in an avalanche; rescuers say he suffered serious injuries

Canadian crews assist U.S. Coast Guard in search for downed plane after distress call

VICTORIA — Canadian rescue crews are helping to search for a small plane off of the B.C. coast after United States officials received a mayday distress call. The U.S.
VIDEO: Prince George Mounties investigating vehicle fence-jumper in College Heights

VIDEO: Prince George Mounties investigating vehicle fence-jumper in College Heights

Video showed car clearing fence at College Heights Secondary School
Ex-lottery VP testifies money laundering 'politically charged,' gets emotional

Ex-lottery VP testifies money laundering 'politically charged,' gets emotional

VANCOUVER — A former executive with British Columbia's lottery corporation became emotional Tuesday after two days of testimony at a public inquiry into money laundering.
B.C. records 407 new cases of COVID-19; officials repeat calls to bend the curve

B.C. records 407 new cases of COVID-19; officials repeat calls to bend the curve

VICTORIA — Health officials say more COVID-19 cases have been linked to community clusters related to social gatherings and a ski resort in British Columbia's Interior.

Man with bow and arrow pushed past city hall staff, locked self in office: B.C. RCMP

ROSSLAND, B.C. — RCMP say a man armed with a bow and arrow pushed past staff to enter city hall and locked himself in an office in Rossland, B.C. Mounties say in a news release that the 24-year-old man entered the south-central B.C.

Man accused of trying to kill his mother pleads to assault in a Kelowna, B.C., court

KELOWNA, B.C. — An attempted murder trial came to an abrupt end Tuesday when a man from West Kelowna, B.C., pleaded guilty to the aggravated assault of his mother.
New COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to trend lower

New COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to trend lower

Province’s death toll from the pandemic rises to 1,168, with 14 new deaths in past day

ICBC promotes changes to auto insurance with improved online estimator tool

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's public safety minister says an improved online estimator tool will help drivers see how much they'll save under changes coming to the Insurance Corporation of B.C.
You can give your love a fried chicken - or vegan 'Chick-Un' - bouquet for Valentine's Day

You can give your love a fried chicken - or vegan 'Chick-Un' - bouquet for Valentine's Day

Woo your meat-free boo, or tell that special someone "I clucking love you"