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Bomb squad called to investigate suspicious package at Victoria International Airport

Bomb squad called to investigate suspicious package at Victoria International Airport

At 7 p.m., the airport said most flights with the exception of a few evening arrivals had been cancelled.
Meet Timbit the seal pup, the new, fuzzy patient at Vancouver's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre

Meet Timbit the seal pup, the new, fuzzy patient at Vancouver's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre

He's the first seal pup admitted the centre in 2022
Video captures street brawl in downtown Vancouver

Video captures street brawl in downtown Vancouver

One man had to go to the hospital with minor injuries.
Watch: Cruise ship blasts melodic 'Love Boat' theme song as it leaves Vancouver

Watch: Cruise ship blasts melodic 'Love Boat' theme song as it leaves Vancouver

That must be a pretty big horn.
Watch: New interactive public art takes flight in Rey Sargent Park

Watch: New interactive public art takes flight in Rey Sargent Park

A 20-foot tall structure near Lonsdale Avenue uses a Victorian-era trick to produce the illusion of a flying raven.
B.C.'s Othello Tunnels remain closed, damaged after storms

B.C.'s Othello Tunnels remain closed, damaged after storms

Normally, Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park opens in May.
Watch: There's a live cam of an adorable and endangered baby owl

Watch: There's a live cam of an adorable and endangered baby owl

Jay and Bella are raising their first chick
Nickelback's drummer is over Squamish, literally

Nickelback's drummer is over Squamish, literally

Daniel Adair flies around Squamish during an interview with online show Radio Chatter.
'Disheartening': DFO looking into vessel that got way too close to grey whale

'Disheartening': DFO looking into vessel that got way too close to grey whale

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is investigating a crew aboard a Zodiac vessel that was seen photographing a grey whale less than a metre from the animal.
'At the mercy of Mother Nature': B.C. hydrologist warns of increasing flood risk

'At the mercy of Mother Nature': B.C. hydrologist warns of increasing flood risk

Heavy rain, hot weather and severe thunderstorms are all potential flood risks for B.C. right now.