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'Extremely fortunate' no one killed in six-vehicle crash west of Sicamous: RCMP

'Extremely fortunate' no one killed in six-vehicle crash west of Sicamous: RCMP

SICAMOUS, B.C. — Police say wreckage from a six-vehicle crash that closed the Trans-Canada Highway west of Sicamous, B.C., was cleared away by Thursday.
Rumana Monzur overcame profound obstacles to fulfill her commitment towards fighting for justice

Rumana Monzur overcame profound obstacles to fulfill her commitment towards fighting for justice

Rumana Monzur is the 2020 Courage to Come Back award recipient in the Physical Rehabilitation category.
Vancouver poised to ban use, sale of ‘bear bangers’

Vancouver poised to ban use, sale of ‘bear bangers’

City and police received more than 500 calls between May and July 8 regarding use of devices
Airborne transmission of COVID-19 hasn’t ‘played a major role’ in B.C. outbreaks

Airborne transmission of COVID-19 hasn’t ‘played a major role’ in B.C. outbreaks

Both Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health say they've been able to trace the virus by treating it as if it only spreads through 'face-to-face' contact
B.C. announces funding to support post-secondary students with disabilities

B.C. announces funding to support post-secondary students with disabilities

VICTORIA — British Columbia's minister of advanced education has announced new supports for post-secondary students, including expanded online resources and funding to help students with disabilities. Melanie Mark says $1.
New COVID-19 infections in B.C. bounce back into the 20s

New COVID-19 infections in B.C. bounce back into the 20s

No new deaths or new community outbreaks have been discovered in the past day
Camping approved for Vancouver parks but tents must be gone by mid-morning

Camping approved for Vancouver parks but tents must be gone by mid-morning

VANCOUVER — An organizer behind two recent tent cities in Vancouver is calling on the provincial and federal governments to create "refugee-style" camps, in the wake of a decision that allows people to camp overnight in parks.
Vancouver stock promoter David Sidoo sentenced to 90 days in U.S. jail

Vancouver stock promoter David Sidoo sentenced to 90 days in U.S. jail

Sidoo is going to prison for fraud relating to the U.S. college admissions scandal
RCMP say someone left needle-filled lemons in Port Coquitlam, B.C., park

RCMP say someone left needle-filled lemons in Port Coquitlam, B.C., park

PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. — Mounties say they've had reports of two lemons full of sewing needles found tied to bushes along a trail in Port Coquitlam, B.C.
Feisty barracuda from California caught off Vancouver Island

Feisty barracuda from California caught off Vancouver Island

A menacing-looking barracuda has been netted thousands of kilometres from its usual home in the warmer waters of the Pacific