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3 dead, including suspect, after string of Langley shootings; shooter ID'd

3 dead, including suspect, after string of Langley shootings; shooter ID'd

The suspect was shot by police near the Langley Bypass and 200th Street.
Tips coming in, but still no 'useful' evidence in accused killer's escape from Port Coquitlam jail

Tips coming in, but still no 'useful' evidence in accused killer's escape from Port Coquitlam jail

Rabih Alkhalil remains at large and the multi-level investigation includes international agencies given his connections around the globe.
Climate risks targeted with new $3.5 billion agriculture package

Climate risks targeted with new $3.5 billion agriculture package

Federal-provincial programs will emphasize resilience, reduced risk
Heat warnings for much of B.C. with temperatures up to 40 C through to Saturday

Heat warnings for much of B.C. with temperatures up to 40 C through to Saturday

VANCOUVER — Heat warnings have been posted across much of British Columbia as Environment Canada predicts temperatures up to 40 C in some regions.
Alberta man sues Revelstoke Mountain Resort over 2020 mountain bike crash

Alberta man sues Revelstoke Mountain Resort over 2020 mountain bike crash

An Alberta correctional officer is suing Revelstoke Mountain Resort and Giant Bicycles after he crashed his bike at the resort in the summer of 2020.
Honda Celebration of Light has no plans to go green and replace fireworks with drones

Honda Celebration of Light has no plans to go green and replace fireworks with drones

When the first Honda Celebration of Light splashed above English Bay in 1990, it was known as the Symphony of Fire, there were no electric car chargers in parking lots, no carbon taxes charged at gas pumps and no separated bike lanes criss-crossing d
Eaglet from Gabriola blended raptor family dies from electrocution

Eaglet from Gabriola blended raptor family dies from electrocution

Five birds are known to have been killed by electrocution so far this year on Gabriola Island.
'It's not over by a long stretch': Residential school survivors await Pope Francis's visit to Canada

'It's not over by a long stretch': Residential school survivors await Pope Francis's visit to Canada

While an apology won’t “offer full closure,” many hope it will help people in their healing journeys.
Opinion: Disability rights don’t have to clash with environmental responsibility

Opinion: Disability rights don’t have to clash with environmental responsibility

Placing plastic straws, a life sustaining accessibility tool, under the same restrictions for sale as tobacco products is overly harsh, and detrimental to the dignity and inclusion of disabled people
Wildfire near Lytton, B.C., smaller than believed but heat creates challenges

Wildfire near Lytton, B.C., smaller than believed but heat creates challenges

LYTTON, B.C. — The estimated size of a wildfire burning near Lytton, B.C., has been reduced thanks to more accurate mapping, however the BC Wildfire Service warns there's still a risk it will grow.