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A B.C. photographer captured Kelowna as you've never seen it before (VIDEO)

A B.C. photographer captured Kelowna as you've never seen it before (VIDEO)

Photographer Shawn Talbot says he created the video for posterity: "Someday, 50-100 years from now Kelowna will look back at what a strange time this was."
This couple, stuck in separate countries, spent what should have been their wedding day having a physically-distanced “border date” (VIDEO)

This couple, stuck in separate countries, spent what should have been their wedding day having a physically-distanced “border date” (VIDEO)

“It’s really hard to be so close but so far, but it’s nice to have a little bit of hope in such a hard time, and it’s a little bit better than FaceTime.” 
Snowbird plane crashes in B.C.

Snowbird plane crashes in B.C.

A single Snowbird plane has crashed in Kamloops
B.C. businesses can start re-opening Tuesday

B.C. businesses can start re-opening Tuesday

As long as they do so with caution and have policies in place to protect staff and customers
Hudson's Bay stores in B.C. reopening this week

Hudson's Bay stores in B.C. reopening this week

The Bay has 18 stores in B.C., 10 of which are in the Lower Mainland-Fraser Valley

Police investigate early morning fight and reports of shots fired in Abbotsford

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police say officers responded to a group of men fighting near Walmsley Ave. in Abbotsford just before 2 a.m. on Sunday and soon received reports of gun shots fired in the area.
101-year-old B.C. man finishes 101 laps for charity

101-year-old B.C. man finishes 101 laps for charity

As of Saturday afternoon, John Hillman had raised more than $140,000 for Save the Children Canada’s emergency relief fund.
Whistler family speaks out after being told to 'Go back to China'

Whistler family speaks out after being told to 'Go back to China'

This is just one more example amidst a troubling rise in anti-Asian incidents across the province.

New supportive housing coming to Prince Rupert next year, says B.C.

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing says support is on the way for Prince Rupert residents experiencing homelessness. The B.C.

Top doctor urges 'pause' over long weekend before businesses reopen Tuesday

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor is urging residents to stay close to home over the long weekend in order to mitigate transmission of COVID-19 before some businesses reopen on Tuesday. Provincial health officer Dr.