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Billion seashore animals may have died during B.C. heat wave, says marine biologist

Billion seashore animals may have died during B.C. heat wave, says marine biologist

The researcher found thousands of mostly dead mussels, as well as sea stars, clams, snails and barnacles while out walking at Vancouver's Kitsilano Beach in late June.
Intimate helicopter weddings take off during COVID-19 pandemic

Intimate helicopter weddings take off during COVID-19 pandemic

Couples who couldn't have their weddings turned to helicopter elopements during the COVID-19 pandemic and helped the tour companies stay afloat during a difficult year.
RCMP make nine arrests at old-growth logging blockades on Vancouver Island

RCMP make nine arrests at old-growth logging blockades on Vancouver Island

PORT RENFREW, B.C. — RCMP in British Columbia have arrested another nine people for breaching an injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on southern Vancouver Island.
B.C. premier gets first-hand look at destructive impact of Lytton fire

B.C. premier gets first-hand look at destructive impact of Lytton fire

'We have a long summer ahead of us,' John Horgan told reporters Tuesday.
Ready for a dip? Here are the top 10 swimming spots in B.C.

Ready for a dip? Here are the top 10 swimming spots in B.C.

And the top five in the Lower Mainland. 💦
Transport Canada issues directive following helicopter crash that killed Prince George man

Transport Canada issues directive following helicopter crash that killed Prince George man

Heath Coleman was fighting a wildfire west of Edmonton when his helicopter crashed.
RCMP, SPCA investigate disturbing case of dog tied to anchor in Shuswap Lake

RCMP, SPCA investigate disturbing case of dog tied to anchor in Shuswap Lake

The dog was found July 1.
Over $1 million fundraised for Lytton: GoFundMe

Over $1 million fundraised for Lytton: GoFundMe

Donations have come in from all over the world.
B.C. first province to introduce hydrogen strategy

B.C. first province to introduce hydrogen strategy

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is Canada's first province to introduce a business and environmental strategy on how renewable and low-carbon hydrogen can reduce emissions and create jobs in the clean technology sector.
Child dead in suspected Surrey, B.C., arson, woman stabbed in same attack: RCMP

Child dead in suspected Surrey, B.C., arson, woman stabbed in same attack: RCMP

SURREY, B.C. — A five-year-old child is dead and a woman has been severely injured in a violent attack and suspected arson in a Surrey, B.C., home.