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RCMP dive team helping to search for missing swimmer at Buntzen Lake

RCMP dive team helping to search for missing swimmer at Buntzen Lake

Buntzen Lake in Coquitlam. Photo Shutterstock The RCMP dive team has been called in to help search for a missing swimmer at Buntzen Lake.
City of Burnaby issues eviction notice to pipeline protest camp

City of Burnaby issues eviction notice to pipeline protest camp

Some residents of the Forest Grove neighbourhood are asking the City of Burnaby to remove two protest camps at gates of Trans Mountain’s terminal on Burnaby Mountain.
Deadly mushrooms make early appearance in B.C., spark health warning

Deadly mushrooms make early appearance in B.C., spark health warning

Death Cap mushroom/Shutterstock A type of potentially deadly mushroom is making an early appearance around Victoria, prompting a warning from the local health authority.
Here's a video of a grizzly bear charging a kayaker near Squamish

Here's a video of a grizzly bear charging a kayaker near Squamish

A “You are in grizzly bear country” sign located in the Squamish Valley, near where the Elaho and Squamish rivers meet.
Mother says she’s bankrupt after ex-partner bilked her for $100,000

Mother says she’s bankrupt after ex-partner bilked her for $100,000

Christine Hale pictured with ex=partner Van Buskirk,, who is currently wanted by police. Photo Facebook A Colwood (near Victoria) mother has had to declare bankruptcy after her former partner duped her out of $100,000.
VPD conducting own probe into complaint that minorities overrepresented in ‘street checks'

VPD conducting own probe into complaint that minorities overrepresented in ‘street checks'

The Vancouver Police Department is expected to release in September the findings of its investigation into questions about why Indigenous and black people are overrepresented in police street checks.
Conservative party pulls attack ad of black man walking over Trudeau tweet

Conservative party pulls attack ad of black man walking over Trudeau tweet

The Conservative party pulled an attack ad from its Twitter feed Tuesday that depicted a black man carrying a suitcase walking over a tweet from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Kitten OK after being rescued from underground pipe in Kamloops

Kitten OK after being rescued from underground pipe in Kamloops

An adventurous feline has been rescued after getting trapped in an underground pipe in Kamloops, B.C.
UPDATE: Honest Camper's stolen Westfalia has been retrieved!

UPDATE: Honest Camper's stolen Westfalia has been retrieved!

UPDATE JULY 18, 9:06AM: The stolen van has been retrieved! According to the company's owner, William Jarvis (shown in our video below), it was found "abandoned in a seniors residence parking lot in Surrey" and is being held by RCMP for finger printin
B.C. anti-gang agency to monitor Hells Angels anniversary bash in Nanaimo

B.C. anti-gang agency to monitor Hells Angels anniversary bash in Nanaimo

Quebec members of the Hell’s Angels motorcycle gang arrive at the White Rock, B.C., chapter’s property in Langley, B.C., on Friday July 25, 2008.