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Kayaker presumed drowned

Kayaker presumed drowned

Believed to have gone over falls in Bowron Lakes chain
Environment Canada issues heat warnings, says record-high temperatures loom for B.C.

Environment Canada issues heat warnings, says record-high temperatures loom for B.C.

VANCOUVER — Heat warnings cover most of British Columbia as Environment Canada warns many areas could see record-high temperatures starting Friday and continuing into next week.
Charlie Lake students donate 1,128 boxes of cereal

Charlie Lake students donate 1,128 boxes of cereal

The students took the collected cereal boxes and lined them up like dominoes in the halls, watching the boxes knock each other over end to end.
100 celebrities leverage star power in fight to save B.C.'s old-growth forests

100 celebrities leverage star power in fight to save B.C.'s old-growth forests

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, international climate activist Greta Thunberg, artists Neil Young and Jane Fonda and former prime minister Brian Mulroney are some of the prominent voices looking to save the West Coast’s iconic forests.

RCMP arrest 20 people at blockades against old-growth logging on Vancouver Island

PORT RENFREW, B.C. — RCMP enforcing an injunction against blockades near old-growth forest logging areas west of Victoria have arrested another 20 people.
Most of B.C. now under a 'dangerous' heat warning — here's why

Most of B.C. now under a 'dangerous' heat warning — here's why

Covering up with a hat to ward off heat exhaustion is a must, says Environment Canada.
Vaccine numbers in B.C. above 4.5 million, includes more than a million 2nd shots

Vaccine numbers in B.C. above 4.5 million, includes more than a million 2nd shots

VICTORIA — First-dose vaccine numbers in British Columbia have risen to above 75 per cent of the eligible population, with second-shot totals hovering near 25 per cent. A joint statement from provincial health officer Dr.
Improved fishway, lower river flow raise salmon migration hopes at B.C. rock slide

Improved fishway, lower river flow raise salmon migration hopes at B.C. rock slide

VANCOUVER — Fisheries officials say they expect thousands of migrating salmon will be able to pass through an area where a massive rock slide has impeded them on British Columbia's Fraser River after structural changes to a waterway and anticipated l
Climate activists Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis join faculty at University of B.C.

Climate activists Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis join faculty at University of B.C.

VANCOUVER — The University of British Columbia says climate activists and journalists Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis are joining its faculty in the department of geography.
Everything you need to know about travel as a B.C. resident

Everything you need to know about travel as a B.C. resident

A breakdown of all the travel rules British Columbians need to know about.