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St. John Ambulance therapy dogs return to give lots of TLC

St. John Ambulance therapy dogs return to give lots of TLC

Therapy dogs are looking forward to lots of cuddles.
BC Ferries hopes for whale-free weekend to handle expected crush of traffic

BC Ferries hopes for whale-free weekend to handle expected crush of traffic

BC Ferries has a few sailing tips if you're planning to travel this long weekend.
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. tick up to 695 over the weekend

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. tick up to 695 over the weekend

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 267 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday that were diagnosed over the previous three days, for an average of 89 new infections per day.
Fairy Creek protesters defend felling small trees in order to impede police

Fairy Creek protesters defend felling small trees in order to impede police

PORT RENFREW, B.C.
Australian firefighters arriving in B.C. this week

Australian firefighters arriving in B.C. this week

As of July 26, there are 3,558 people involved in firefighting operations in the province.
North Shore rolls out e-bike share program

North Shore rolls out e-bike share program

Full fleet of 200 electric assist bikes available soon
B.C.'s money-laundering inquiry sets dates for new witnesses

B.C.'s money-laundering inquiry sets dates for new witnesses

One of the new witnesses will be Ross Alderson, the former director of Anti-Money Laundering at the BCLC.
Poorly installed propane in vacation homes poses carbon monoxide danger: group

Poorly installed propane in vacation homes poses carbon monoxide danger: group

Technical Safety BC is warning British Columbians to familiarize themselves with the signs, symptoms and potential sources of carbon monoxide exposure when out on their vacations.
Measures approved to prevent birds from being poisoned by rodenticides

Measures approved to prevent birds from being poisoned by rodenticides

The province will also be undertaking a science review to better understand the root causes of secondary poisoning
B.C. RCMP say Fairy Creek activists cut 18 trees to block vehicle access

B.C. RCMP say Fairy Creek activists cut 18 trees to block vehicle access

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — The Mounties in British Columbia say protesters breaching an injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on southern Vancouver Island cut 18 trees.