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Solo wolves left alive as packs shot from air, trapped as part of B.C. management plan

Solo wolves left alive as packs shot from air, trapped as part of B.C. management plan

“Aerial gunning of wolves was deemed the most effective and humane way of removing all the wolves from each pack,” says a report.
B.C. approves first ride-hailing service — and it’s not Uber or Lyft

B.C. approves first ride-hailing service — and it’s not Uber or Lyft

Now the company needs to get set up with ICBC and in each of the municipalities where they want to operate.
Vancouver Island couple identified as victims in Gabriola plane crash

Vancouver Island couple identified as victims in Gabriola plane crash

The Cowichan Valley couple and their pilot, also from Vancouver Island, were returning to B.C. from California
You won't be paying a fuel surcharge on BC Ferries as of Tuesday

You won't be paying a fuel surcharge on BC Ferries as of Tuesday

Vehicles and passengers will no longer have to pay the 1.5% surcharge on all routes.
This robot will stop you from attacking your climate-denying uncle at Christmas

This robot will stop you from attacking your climate-denying uncle at Christmas

A five-step plan to surviving debates at holiday gatherings.
Michael J Fox's Delta family ties

Michael J Fox's Delta family ties

The actor's parents met at a community dance in Ladner.
B.C. police looking for man who stole more than 150 cosmetic contact lenses

B.C. police looking for man who stole more than 150 cosmetic contact lenses

The theft happened Thursday evening at a place called Pattie’s Party Palace
B.C. backyard breeder surrenders four neglected dogs to SPCA

B.C. backyard breeder surrenders four neglected dogs to SPCA

The four neglected Shepherd dogs are now in need of some loving forever homes.
30 new Sea to Sky Gondola cabins arrive in Squamish

30 new Sea to Sky Gondola cabins arrive in Squamish

It’s one of the latest big steps towards re-establishing the popular tourist attraction since the cable was cut in August.
This small B.C. charity is sending a life-changing Christmas gift to West Africa

This small B.C. charity is sending a life-changing Christmas gift to West Africa

A small British Columbian charity is about to send an incredible Christmas gift to Liberia to help expectant mothers—a fully outfitted ambulance.