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Trans Mountain pipeline shuts as crews clean spill in Abbotsford, B.C.

Trans Mountain pipeline shuts as crews clean spill in Abbotsford, B.C.

The company says the crude oil spill has been fully contained.
COVID forces changes as B.C. provincial courts reopen for trials

COVID forces changes as B.C. provincial courts reopen for trials

VANCOUVER — Provincial court trials in British Columbia will resume July 6 with numerous changes not only for health and safety reasons amid COVID-19, but to accelerate the court process.
B.C. police watchdog clears RCMP in death of a man who used the river to escape

B.C. police watchdog clears RCMP in death of a man who used the river to escape

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has determined that officers weren't at fault for the death of a man who tried to escape arrest by jumping in the Fraser River.
This 6,000-year-old arrowhead was recently discovered in B.C.

This 6,000-year-old arrowhead was recently discovered in B.C.

“Being able to find a Nesikip point is like finding a needle in a haystack."
Agriculture, local governments are top bailout priorities in B.C. poll

Agriculture, local governments are top bailout priorities in B.C. poll

With two-thirds of British Columbians calling for financial assistance for retailers, the big question will be what to save and how.
Surrey man dead after head-on collision between cube van and pickup in Delta

Surrey man dead after head-on collision between cube van and pickup in Delta

DELTA, B.C. — Police in Delta, British Columbia, say one person is dead after a head-on collision between a pickup truck and a cube van.
Premier says defunding police 'simplistic' but B.C. will review Police Act

Premier says defunding police 'simplistic' but B.C. will review Police Act

SOOKE, B.C. — British Columbia's premier says calls for defunding police are a simplistic approach to a complex problem.
Vancouver businessman becomes first ever to have Order of B.C. revoked

Vancouver businessman becomes first ever to have Order of B.C. revoked

David Sidoo pleaded guilty in March to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, in relation to a U.S. college admissions scandal.
B.C. records first COVID-19 death in a week

B.C. records first COVID-19 death in a week

B.C. has now lost 168 residents to the virus that has caused a global pandemic
B.C. reports 16 new cases and first death due to COVID-19 in a week

B.C. reports 16 new cases and first death due to COVID-19 in a week

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say one more person has died due to COVID-19 after the province marked six consecutive days without a death. Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.