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Surrey RCMP investigate shooting: one dead, two suffering serious wounds

Surrey RCMP investigate shooting: one dead, two suffering serious wounds

SURREY, B.C. — One man is dead and two others are in hospital with life-threatening injuries following a shooting in Surrey, B.C.

Man faces first-degree murder charge in death of Abbotsford, B.C. woman, say police

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — British Columbia's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says a 48-year-old man faces a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the death of a woman at Abbotsford.
More than an apology needed from Pope, says tribal council president

More than an apology needed from Pope, says tribal council president

Judith Sayers said she wasn’t that interested in an apology, though she hoped that those who were would get a real, heartfelt one.
Ranking atmospheric rivers premature, says Environment Canada, months after B.C. vow

Ranking atmospheric rivers premature, says Environment Canada, months after B.C. vow

VANCOUVER — When torrential rain caused widespread flooding and washed out major highways across British Columbia last fall, the provincial government was quick to flag the creation of a system to rank atmospheric river systems.
Vancouver City Hall will return $500,000 to Formula E promoter to be used for refunds

Vancouver City Hall will return $500,000 to Formula E promoter to be used for refunds

Vancouver city hall announced Friday afternoon that it will give up the $500,000 deposit to the Montreal-based promoter of the cancelled electric car race and festival, on the condition that it use the money to refund ticket buyers, suppliers and/or
Array of evidence links "sextortion" suspect to Amanda Todd, prosecutor tells jury

Array of evidence links "sextortion" suspect to Amanda Todd, prosecutor tells jury

Crown counsel sums up evidence in closing arguments of cyberbullying trial of extradited Dutch man
B.C. releases details of monkeypox vaccine availability as outbreak spreads globally

B.C. releases details of monkeypox vaccine availability as outbreak spreads globally

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says monkeypox vaccine is being made available to eligible patients in most areas of the province. A statement from the Ministry of Health says cases of the virus are low in B.C.
Witnessing Pope's apology a 'once-in-a-lifetime experience,' says Indigenous church deacon

Witnessing Pope's apology a 'once-in-a-lifetime experience,' says Indigenous church deacon

Reactions to apology mixed. Another Squamish Nation residential school survivor says words mean little without action.
Lightning, continuing heat wave raise wildfire concerns as fire danger climbs in B.C.

Lightning, continuing heat wave raise wildfire concerns as fire danger climbs in B.C.

VANCOUVER — Lightning strikes have peppered British Columbia's southern Interior, raising wildfire concerns as yet another day of heat warnings blanket most of the province and the wildfire risk jumps to high or extreme.
Review finds Canadian Soccer Association put young, vulnerable players at risk in 2008

Review finds Canadian Soccer Association put young, vulnerable players at risk in 2008

A scathing independent review of the Canadian Soccer Association found national women’s under-20 head coach Bob Birarda operated without oversight and had too much power.