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7-month-old puppy suffers broken jaw after dog attack: BC SCPA

7-month-old puppy suffers broken jaw after dog attack: BC SCPA

Despite the trauma he has experienced, Daryl is a "happy-go-lucky pup" who loves everyone.
COVID recovery and child care are Opposition targets as B.C. legislature returns

COVID recovery and child care are Opposition targets as B.C. legislature returns

VICTORIA — The COVID-19 pandemic and the British Columbia government's economic recovery plans are expected to be key issues in legislature in the coming weeks as politicians return Monday for the fall sitting.
B.C. woman dies after sedan hits farm vehicle

B.C. woman dies after sedan hits farm vehicle

DELTA, B.C. — A woman has died after her car crashed into a farm vehicle in Delta, B.C., on Friday night. Delta police say they were called to reports of a collision on Highway 17A to assist emergency crews.
Whistler, B.C., resident fined $60,000 for feeding black bears

Whistler, B.C., resident fined $60,000 for feeding black bears

WHISTLER, B.C. — A Whistler, B.C., woman has been hit with a $60,000 fine after feeding bulk produce to bears over the course of one summer. The B.C.
Delta woman killed in Highway 17A collision

Delta woman killed in Highway 17A collision

DPD were called to a collision on Highway 17A around 9:50 p.m. Oct. 1. Emergency Health Services were already on scene, trying to assist a driver involved in a collision with a large farm vehicle.
Illegal Burnaby Airbnb hotel creates ‘nightmare’ because visitors forced to park on street

Illegal Burnaby Airbnb hotel creates ‘nightmare’ because visitors forced to park on street

Tourists fighting with residents over parking spots
One person killed in fire in crowded Burnaby house with ‘multiple suites’

One person killed in fire in crowded Burnaby house with ‘multiple suites’

Stark warning on eve of fire prevention week
Marine heat waves could wipe out fish stocks, UBC study finds

Marine heat waves could wipe out fish stocks, UBC study finds

VANCOUVER — A new study from the University of British Columbia says extreme temperatures caused by climate change will eliminate hundreds of thousands of tonnes from the world's fishery catch in addition to decreasing fish stocks.
Mask mandate expanded to cover all students in B.C. until at least January

Mask mandate expanded to cover all students in B.C. until at least January

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's provincial health officer has mandated masks for all schoolchildren across the province after three school districts announced their own policies to include kindergarten-to-Grade 3 students.
Metrotown Mall evacuated in Burnaby, B.C., after police incident

Metrotown Mall evacuated in Burnaby, B.C., after police incident

BURNABY, B.C. — The Mounties say Metrotown Mall has been evacuated in Burnaby, B.C., as officers investigate unconfirmed reports of gunfire. They say so far, there is no evidence of an active threat or any injuries.