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B.C. Aviation Museum lands both a retired air tanker and its long-time pilot

B.C. Aviation Museum lands both a retired air tanker and its long-time pilot

Twin-engine turbo prop plane was a pioneer in early air-passenger travel and for the past two decades a workhorse water tanker fighting forest fires
Victoria police chief backs involuntary custodial care for those at risk for harming others

Victoria police chief backs involuntary custodial care for those at risk for harming others

Public confidence in the justice system has to be restored, the chief says
Victoria-raised filmmaker is part of Canadian War Museum project interviewing veterans

Victoria-raised filmmaker is part of Canadian War Museum project interviewing veterans

Eric Brunt has been capturing the stories of Second World War veterans before they’re lost. Now his collection will become part of a new digital project at the Canadian War Museum to be launched in late 2024
Former RBCM curator still believes sandstone pillar could be an Indigenous artifact

Former RBCM curator still believes sandstone pillar could be an Indigenous artifact

Grant Keddie believes the stone may be an Indigenous ceremonial stone found by a local artist who began to carve a face on it

Shooting in Surrey sends one to hospital

SURREY, B.C. — Surrey RCMP are investigating a shooting that sent one man to hospital. Police were called to Surrey's Guilford neighbourhood about 12 a.m. Sunday for a report of gunshots. When officers arrived, they found a man with injuries.

Fire at Vancouver SRO building displaces dozens on Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — More than 50 residents were forced from their homes Saturday by a fire at a single-room occupancy building on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Brian Bertuzzi, asst.
Battleship Mountain blaze being held, first time since Aug. 30

Battleship Mountain blaze being held, first time since Aug. 30

B.C. Wildfire Service to also drop "Wildfire of Note" designation Sunday morning
Here's everything you need to know about voting in B.C.'s municipal election

Here's everything you need to know about voting in B.C.'s municipal election

No, you cannot vote over the phone or on the internet.
B.C. residents denied dismissal of massive alleged stock fraud case in Boston court

B.C. residents denied dismissal of massive alleged stock fraud case in Boston court

A Boston federal district court judge has tossed an application by six B.C. residents to dismiss civil fraud charges related to a complex $1 billion-plus trading arrangement
HIV spike among B.C. drug users associated with COVID-19 lockdown, research says

HIV spike among B.C. drug users associated with COVID-19 lockdown, research says

VANCOUVER — A new study says reduced access to HIV services during early COVID-19 lockdowns in British Columbia was associated with a "sharp increase" in HIV transmission among some drug users.