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RCMP says man dies at Coquitlam, B.C. home

RCMP says man dies at Coquitlam, B.C. home

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The RCMP says one man is dead in Coquitlam following a complaint of a disturbance in a home. The RCMP says in a statement Coquitlam officers were called to investigate a disturbance complaint at a residence around 3:30 a.m. Sunday.
RCMP locate suspected explosive device at scene of two-person shooting in Kelowna

RCMP locate suspected explosive device at scene of two-person shooting in Kelowna

KELOWNA, B.C. — Police in Kelowna, B.C., have cordoned off an area surrounding a two-person shooting following the discovery of what is believed to be an undetonated explosive device.
Valemount water supply threatened by landslide

Valemount water supply threatened by landslide

Swift Creek slope still unstable, residents issued evacuation alert
‘Oh my god, did I just win a million dollars?': Metro Vancouver lotto winner 'excited and happy'

‘Oh my god, did I just win a million dollars?': Metro Vancouver lotto winner 'excited and happy'

Greece or Mexico: Lucky lotto winner plans dream vacation
B.C. wildfire count nears 250 but cooler temperatures, light rain bring some relief

B.C. wildfire count nears 250 but cooler temperatures, light rain bring some relief

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reporting a slight increase in the number of active wildfires but cooler temperatures and forecasts of rain could bring some relief. B.C.
Food recall: Frozen mango tainted with Hepatitis A may have been sold in B.C.

Food recall: Frozen mango tainted with Hepatitis A may have been sold in B.C.

Some Canadians have gotten sick from the contaminated product
Smoke returns to Prince George, but wildfires remain calm in region

Smoke returns to Prince George, but wildfires remain calm in region

Air quality advisory remains in effect for city
Heat warning in effect for B.C. as firefighters battle wildfires in province

Heat warning in effect for B.C. as firefighters battle wildfires in province

VANCOUVER — The number of wildfires in British Columbia climbed slightly Saturday to 245, as officials braced for potential lightning that could spark even more blazes.
B.C. coroner: Heat wave killed 569 people

B.C. coroner: Heat wave killed 569 people

People urged to seek cool shelter to prevent heat-related illness
B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

The province and the Canadian Red Cross have teamed up to provide financial relief to Lytton wildfire evacuees and other British Columbians forced to evacuate for 10 days or more.