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Old skull found nearly 30 years ago in a B.C. river shines light on unsolved killings

Old skull found nearly 30 years ago in a B.C. river shines light on unsolved killings

The skull from a body found in 1992 at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park, near Parksville, is part of a joint Canada-U.S. effort to use 3D-printing technology to shed light on mysterious deaths.
B.C. launches sexual violence awareness campaign at post-secondary campuses province-wide

B.C. launches sexual violence awareness campaign at post-secondary campuses province-wide

The campaign reminds students that sex without consent is rape, and that consent must be voluntary or else it is assault. 
Environment Canada issues winter storm warnings for Sea to Sky and B.C. interior: drivers beware

Environment Canada issues winter storm warnings for Sea to Sky and B.C. interior: drivers beware

Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions.
B.C. photographer shares beautiful images of cranberry fields

B.C. photographer shares beautiful images of cranberry fields

The pictures show fields flooded with a sea of cranberries.
These residents constructed a curling rink on a B.C. lake

These residents constructed a curling rink on a B.C. lake

'Friendly' bobcat stops by B.C. home for a visit (VIDEO)

'Friendly' bobcat stops by B.C. home for a visit (VIDEO)

"He was so friendly, he wasn't even scared. I was about a foot away from him, on the inside of the glass sliding door and he was just right on the other side."
Those adorable Husky puppies are ready for adoption

Those adorable Husky puppies are ready for adoption

BC SPCA has been 'overwhelmed with applications' for the cute Husky puppies.
This sedan was spotted with a snowmobile on its roof on a B.C. highway (VIDEO)

This sedan was spotted with a snowmobile on its roof on a B.C. highway (VIDEO)

"I just wondered how they managed to get the snowmobile on top of the car."
B.C. government reminds everyone to stop making MSP payments

B.C. government reminds everyone to stop making MSP payments

Those MSP payments are now a thing of the past.
Body cams, more oversight for conservation officers, says group upset over B.C. bear killings

Body cams, more oversight for conservation officers, says group upset over B.C. bear killings

'B.C. is not a shooting gallery for government employees'
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