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Dog dragged by stolen vehicle; Alberta man faces charges

INVERMERE, B.C. — An Alberta man has been charged with theft of a vehicle and causing injury to an animal after a woman in southeastern B.C. watched her dog being dragged away by her stolen SUV.

Pilot flew into canyon, setting off fatal Yukon crash: safety board

RICHMOND, B.C. — Pilot decision-making was the cause of a fatal crash in Yukon involving an Alkan Air Ltd. flight last August.

Federal government announces $3 million to support B.C. tech companies

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's small- and medium-sized technology businesses are getting some financial help from the federal government.

Woman dies in crash of light plane at a remote site east of Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The Transportation Safety Board says it is sending a team of investigators to the scene of a fatal plane crash at a remote site east of Vancouver. The board said in an email that its team will gather information and assess the occurrence.
B.C. boosts funding for community sport groups amid COVID-19

B.C. boosts funding for community sport groups amid COVID-19

One life sentence for the man who killed a Vancouver couple

VANCOUVER — A single life sentence of 25 years in prison has been imposed on 27-year-old Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam for the murders of a Vancouver couple two years ago.

Both drivers die in head-on crash on Highway 1 near Ashcroft, B.C.

ASHCROFT, B.C. — Two people are dead after a crash on Highway 1 near Ashcroft, B.C., that also set off a grass fire. RCMP say a woman driving a Honda Civic crossed the centre line and hit a semi truck head-on.
Former B.C. Conservative member of Parliament James Abbott dies at 77

Former B.C. Conservative member of Parliament James Abbott dies at 77

CRANBROOK, B.C. — A retired members of Parliament who represented the southeastern British Columbia riding of Kootenay-Columbia for 18 years has died.

Targeted stabbing kills Vancouver man in the city's ninth murder of 2020

VANCOUVER — Police are investigating Vancouver's ninth homicide of the year. A statement from Vancouver police says a 41-year-old man was stabbed Monday evening in a lot behind St. Paul's Hospital in the city's west end.
Vancouver Park Board says yes to alcohol in 22 parks, but bylaw delayed to 2021

Vancouver Park Board says yes to alcohol in 22 parks, but bylaw delayed to 2021

VANCOUVER — Park board commissioners in Vancouver have voted in favour of allowing alcohol consumption in 22 parks around the city, but relaxing with a cold one likely won't happen soon.