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Canadian TV artifact still in search of new home on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast

Canadian TV artifact still in search of new home on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast

The Beachcombers ended 30 years ago, and now one man's effort to find a new home for one of its most important artifacts continues.
Kamloops boat crash sends 2 passengers to hospital, police investigating

Kamloops boat crash sends 2 passengers to hospital, police investigating

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Two vessels collided on the South Thompson River Saturday, sending two people to hospital, police said as they probed the incident. At about 3:30 p.m.
Vancouver's Sunset Beach closed to swimmers due to E. coli levels

Vancouver's Sunset Beach closed to swimmers due to E. coli levels

Vancouver Coastal Health says Sunset Beach is not suitable for swimming because of high E. coli levels. The health authority put an advisory in place Saturday after a water quality test showed 1,375 E. coli per 100 mL.
Staff member tests positive for COVID-19 at long-term care home: Fraser Health

Staff member tests positive for COVID-19 at long-term care home: Fraser Health

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health says a staff member at a long-term care home has tested positive for COVID-19. The health authority says in a statement that the case is at New Vista Care Home, which is operated by New Vista Care Society.
It’s time to be extra careful in preventing human-caused fires, says BC Wildfire Service

It’s time to be extra careful in preventing human-caused fires, says BC Wildfire Service

There have been just 69 fires in B.C.'s Coastal Fire Centre since April, well below the 10-year average
B.C. author releases book to help 'world's most trafficked mammal'

B.C. author releases book to help 'world's most trafficked mammal'

Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Terri Tatchell will release 'Adventures of a Pangopop' on National Wildlife Day
Over 5 million illegal cigarettes seized in B.C. last year: province

Over 5 million illegal cigarettes seized in B.C. last year: province

Many of them were seized in Metro Vancouver.
Now that we're going outside again, we're bringing our garbage with us

Now that we're going outside again, we're bringing our garbage with us

An estimated 84,000 kilograms of litter have accumulated since the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup was suspended as part of the shutdown, says Ocean Wise and WWF-Canada.
Vancouver Coastal Health adds 2 restaurants to possible COVID-19 exposure list

Vancouver Coastal Health adds 2 restaurants to possible COVID-19 exposure list

Vancouver Coastal Health says people who visited two Vancouver restaurants recently may have been exposed to COVID-19. The health authority added Pierre's Champagne Lounge and West Oak Restaurant to its list of possible current public exposures.
69 salmonella cases in the province linked to red onions, BC CDC says

69 salmonella cases in the province linked to red onions, BC CDC says

VANCOUVER — The BC Centre for Disease Control is warning people in the province to check where their red onions came from amid a salmonella outbreak. The BC CDC says the outbreak has been linked to red onions imported from the U.S.