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A tale of two B.C. fentanyl dealers: Why one went to prison, and the other didn’t

A tale of two B.C. fentanyl dealers: Why one went to prison, and the other didn’t

Oliver Chau and Donna Howard were sentenced in July for separate drug dealing offences in Kelowna and Surrey
Second COVID outbreak declared at Site C

Second COVID outbreak declared at Site C

No need for closure orders, says Northern Health

Coyote nips late-night picnickers in latest confrontation in Vancouver's Stanley Park

VANCOUVER — The Conservation Officer Service says it has received a report involving another confrontation between people and coyotes in Vancouver's Stanley Park.
Undue hardship for company trumps discrimination

Undue hardship for company trumps discrimination

Employer could find no other positions for employee, tribunal says
B.C. reports 501 new cases of COVID-19 as active infections near 5,300

B.C. reports 501 new cases of COVID-19 as active infections near 5,300

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported one more death and 501 new cases of COVID-19. The number of active infections is up to nearly 5,300, with about 58 per cent located in the Interior Health region.
Coquihalla Highway reopens after wildfire closure

Coquihalla Highway reopens after wildfire closure

Drivers are still being asked to take the route for essential travel only.
Family of murder victim urging public to come forward with information

Family of murder victim urging public to come forward with information

Henry Stanley Garcia Molina ‘senselessly’ killed in altercation over taxi cab in Whistler Village: Family
Nuxalk Nation issues eviction notice to B.C. exploration company, igniting calls for mining reform

Nuxalk Nation issues eviction notice to B.C. exploration company, igniting calls for mining reform

As the province’s glaciers disappear, more and more deposits are becoming available to exploration companies, which are allowed to register mineral claims and apply for permits without obtaining consent from Indigenous communities.
Group of firefighters were trapped by encroaching flames Sunday evening

Group of firefighters were trapped by encroaching flames Sunday evening

'Definitely not something that anyone on a crew wants to go through.'

Minor among 13 arrested at blockade protesting old-growth logging on Vancouver Island

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — Another 13 people, including a minor, were arrested as RCMP officers continued to enforce a BC Supreme Court injunction order in the Fairy Creek Watershed area.