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B.C. team are young and hungry as they prepare for Culinary Olympics

B.C. team are young and hungry as they prepare for Culinary Olympics

The German Chefs’ Association hosts the international competition every four years.

Risk of coronavirus low in B.C. as first case emerges in Toronto: officials

VANCOUVER — British Columbia health officials are assuring the public that the risk of contracting the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, remains low. Health Minister Adrian Dix and Provincial Health Officer Dr.
This B.C. bartender placed second in an international cocktail competition

This B.C. bartender placed second in an international cocktail competition

He brought a taste of the Okanagan to Mexico, with his cocktail, It Takes a Valley.
Check out BC ferries first Island-class hybrid-electric vessels (VIDEO)

Check out BC ferries first Island-class hybrid-electric vessels (VIDEO)

Their names are top-secret for now — they won’t be revealed until mid-February...
This B.C. woman is suing McDonald's after being scalded by a latte

This B.C. woman is suing McDonald's after being scalded by a latte

Inna Turchin is suing McDonald's for almost $10,000.
This B.C. family got creative after a rockslide got in the way of their Hawaii trip

This B.C. family got creative after a rockslide got in the way of their Hawaii trip

"They were quite panicked because they stood to lose quite a bit of money if they weren’t able to make their flight."

B.C. health officials prepare for possible virus spread after containing SARS

VANCOUVER — Officials at the BC Centre for Disease Control say they're applying lessons learned from the SARS outbreak 17 years ago as they prepare for another deadly virus. Dr.
These B.C. hikers are celebrating Garibaldi Park's 100th anniversary with 100 peak summits

These B.C. hikers are celebrating Garibaldi Park's 100th anniversary with 100 peak summits

As 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the park's creation, Shawn Campbell and Ben Haggar have made it their mission to get to the top of 100 peaks within its boundaries — by whatever method necessary.
Former Liberal Blair Lekstrom quits post as Premier Horgan's caribou liaison

Former Liberal Blair Lekstrom quits post as Premier Horgan's caribou liaison

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says the man he appointed to help in the recovery of threatened caribou in British Columbia's northeast has resigned.
B.C. team continues saving kangaroos one at a time in fire-raved Australia

B.C. team continues saving kangaroos one at a time in fire-raved Australia

"It's exhilarating, and draining, and exciting and heartbreaking all in one."