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B.C. company fined $60K for illegally importing shark fins from threatened species

B.C. company fined $60K for illegally importing shark fins from threatened species

VANCOUVER — A trading company based in Vancouver has been fined for importing hundreds of kilograms of shark fins from a threatened species.
Man rescued after four days stranded on Howe Sound

Man rescued after four days stranded on Howe Sound

A canoer in Squamish lost his vessel and was rescued by marine search and rescue.
Watch this osprey snatch a fish on the North Vancouver waterfront (PHOTOS)

Watch this osprey snatch a fish on the North Vancouver waterfront (PHOTOS)

Gorgeous bird of prey swiftly brings death from above
Cyber insurance for smaller businesses on the rise

Cyber insurance for smaller businesses on the rise

Smaller businesses increasingly at risk as cybercrooks go downmarket
Staff managing B.C.'s forest rec sites overwhelmed, planning falling by wayside

Staff managing B.C.'s forest rec sites overwhelmed, planning falling by wayside

A special report developed by the Forest Practices Board found there has been very little in the way of planning related to recreation assets in public forests in the past 20 years.
B.C. calls for external review into international adoption

B.C. calls for external review into international adoption

Every international adoption in British Columbia is provided through an adoption agency — the external review will probe how adoption agencies are licensed and monitored, as well as how international adoptions are carried out.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says B.C. will aim for 'gradual' easing of restrictions

Dr. Bonnie Henry says B.C. will aim for 'gradual' easing of restrictions

'But all bets are off if things change'
'Absolutely': Dr. Bonnie Henry says asymptomatic people should be tested for COVID-19 if they think they were exposed

'Absolutely': Dr. Bonnie Henry says asymptomatic people should be tested for COVID-19 if they think they were exposed

But many British Columbians say they were refused a COVID-19 test despite expressing concerns
Squamish RCMP investigate after up to $20,000 in damages to trees

Squamish RCMP investigate after up to $20,000 in damages to trees

About 25 trees in the Garibaldi Highlands were damaged for unknown reasons.
B.C. Mounties confirm identity of two brothers killed in southern Interior

B.C. Mounties confirm identity of two brothers killed in southern Interior

PENTICTON, B.C. — Two men found dead near a small community in British Columbia's southern Interior last week were brothers and police say they are hoping the public can help in solving the homicides.
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