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Warning about aggressive coyotes after toddler attacked, bitten, in Stanley Park

Warning about aggressive coyotes after toddler attacked, bitten, in Stanley Park

VANCOUVER — A two-year-old girl is recovering from bite wounds after she was attacked by a coyote while walking through Stanley Park, in Vancouver. The Conservation Officer Service says it happened around 9:30 p.m.
Body of missing man recovered from crane collapse rubble in downtown Kelowna

Body of missing man recovered from crane collapse rubble in downtown Kelowna

WorkSafeBC, the BC Coroners Service and RCMP are continuing their concurrent investigations.
Kelowna woman describes near-miss with falling crane

Kelowna woman describes near-miss with falling crane

Police, engineers working on a recovery mission to retrieve the body of a man buried in the rubble.
Indigenous community near Quesnel gets clean drinking water after 20 years

Indigenous community near Quesnel gets clean drinking water after 20 years

Thanks to a partnership with UBC Lhoosk'uz Dené village now has clean water
Convention centre repurposed as COVID field hospital to close in Vancouver

Convention centre repurposed as COVID field hospital to close in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The makeshift hospital at the Vancouver Convention Centre, which was repurposed with COVID-19 overflow beds, is being shut down without ever taking patients.
Coronavirus tracked in human waste

Coronavirus tracked in human waste

Researchers find COVID-19 concentrations in sewage in high case areas
Vancouver could get $20 million to clean rainwater, prevent flooding

Vancouver could get $20 million to clean rainwater, prevent flooding

The $20 million from Ottawa would be used to meet Vancouver's ambitious target of filtering 90 per cent of all rain falling on the city by 2050.
Heat warning returns to 8 B.C. regions

Heat warning returns to 8 B.C. regions

Beyond the rising temperatures, wildfires have led to special air quality statements in 22 regions across B.C. due to smoky skies.  
Taser, bean bag gun needed to stop man linked to sword attack in Vancouver: police

Taser, bean bag gun needed to stop man linked to sword attack in Vancouver: police

VANCOUVER — Two people have been treated in hospital for life-threatening injuries in what Vancouver police say started with one man attacking another with a sword.
Vancouver could get $20 million to capture and clean its rain

Vancouver could get $20 million to capture and clean its rain

A recent 734-page report by Natural Resources Canada foresees crumbling infrastructure and increased intensity and frequency of extreme weather patterns unless climate adaptation plans are accelerated.
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