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Police working to identify driver in fatal B.C. crash

Police working to identify driver in fatal B.C. crash

A section of 80th Avenue is closed with no anticipated reopening time as the investigation is taking place.
U.S. eases border rules for dogs from Canada as Liberals try to secure exemption

U.S. eases border rules for dogs from Canada as Liberals try to secure exemption

OTTAWA — After much hounding by federal officials, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control is giving Canadian dogs a slightly longer leash when it comes to new rules aimed at controlling the spread of rabies.
'Smoke is very visible': Wildfire burning beside CN rail tracks south of Lytton

'Smoke is very visible': Wildfire burning beside CN rail tracks south of Lytton

The fire was first discovered on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
Vancouver lotto winner 'thought the machine was broken' before realizing huge win

Vancouver lotto winner 'thought the machine was broken' before realizing huge win

He's using the money for a car and vacation but first: flowers for his wife.
Why government policies could keep B.C. electric-vehicle prices high

Why government policies could keep B.C. electric-vehicle prices high

A number of forces are affecting the economics of EVs and delaying 'affordable' adoption
Rob Shaw: Yes, the Canucks' playoff run led to a wine deal with Alberta

Rob Shaw: Yes, the Canucks' playoff run led to a wine deal with Alberta

A Vancouver Canucks playoff game sparked a resolution in the British Columbia and Alberta cross-border wine sales dispute
This artist has the first residency at Burnaby's Fleet mobile studio

This artist has the first residency at Burnaby's Fleet mobile studio

Eliot White-Hill, Kwulasultun will be the first artist to work in the Edmonds Park Fleet mobile studio.
B.C. nurse disciplined after social media comments with patient's mom

B.C. nurse disciplined after social media comments with patient's mom

The nurse voluntarily agreed to a reprimand, remedial education and coaching.
B.C. man threatened police officer with a pipe wrench

B.C. man threatened police officer with a pipe wrench

Michael Gadd pleaded guilty to a Vancouver mischief charge and to Delta assault and threat counts.
'KidPreneurs' to show off business ideas at this Burnaby-Coquitlam market

'KidPreneurs' to show off business ideas at this Burnaby-Coquitlam market

Students of Build a Biz Kids are hosting a special event at The City of Lougheed this weekend, showcasing their entrepreneurial drive.