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4/20 doubles risks of fatal accidents: UBC study

4/20 doubles risks of fatal accidents: UBC study

Researchers use U.S. accident data to issue warning to legislators
Port Moody could become beaver paradise under new plan

Port Moody could become beaver paradise under new plan

They're working on an official Beaver Management Plan
Quarterback Travis Lulay signs contract extension with B.C. Lions

Quarterback Travis Lulay signs contract extension with B.C. Lions

B.C. Lions’ quarterback Travis Lulay passes against the Saskatchewan Roughriders during the first half of a CFL football game in Vancouver on August 5, 2017. Quarterback Travis Lulay says he’s relieved to sign a one-year deal with the B.C.
Environment Canada says snow coming to the South Coast Tuesday

Environment Canada says snow coming to the South Coast Tuesday

GoToVan/Flickr Arctic air settling over British Columbia this week is expected to bring snow to the South Coast.
B.C. researchers develop cheaper, faster microscope for testing molecules

B.C. researchers develop cheaper, faster microscope for testing molecules

A prototype of a new microscope being developed by researchers at Simon Fraser University that is a fraction of the cost of similar devices and can run more studies faste is shown in a handout photo.
Two arrested following alleged food truck robbery attempt in Vancouver

Two arrested following alleged food truck robbery attempt in Vancouver

A late-night attempt to break into a food truck in Vancouver has landed two suspects in police custody. Vancouver police were called around 1 a.m. Sunday for reports of someone using a grinding tool to try and break into the mobile eatery. Const.
Snow camping B.C. teenagers needed rescue when hypothermia took hold

Snow camping B.C. teenagers needed rescue when hypothermia took hold

Snow mountain adjacent Alouette Lake, near where the teens were camped. Shutterstock photo Three teenagers who planned to camp on a mountain near Maple Ridge, B.C.
Political commentary on court verdicts hurts views of justice system: lawyers

Political commentary on court verdicts hurts views of justice system: lawyers

A marcher cries during a rally in response to Gerald Stanley’s acquittal in the shooting death of Colten Boushie in Edmonton, Alta., on Saturday, February 10, 2018.
Orca punts seal 80 feet in the air (VIDEO)

Orca punts seal 80 feet in the air (VIDEO)

If you go out on the water off the coast of B.C., bring your camera — you never know what you're going to see. In this incredible — and somewhat disturbing — clip from Roll.
B.C. changes Family Day date

B.C. changes Family Day date

Starting in 2019 B.C.’s Family Day will fall on the third Monday of February. It’s a move some in the province have been calling for since Family Day was established in 2013. Starting next year B.C.