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Protesters broke through barricades, closed Pacific Highway border crossing

Protesters broke through barricades, closed Pacific Highway border crossing

SURREY, B.C.
Far north guardians step up in emergencies when no one else can

Far north guardians step up in emergencies when no one else can

Twyla Edgi-Masuzumi was the first person to get a call when a family of six disappeared on the Mackenzie River in the Northwest Territories while travelling by boat to a funeral last summer.
Canada closes embassy in Ukraine amid fears of Russian invasion

Canada closes embassy in Ukraine amid fears of Russian invasion

OTTAWA — Canada has shuttered its embassy in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv and relocated its diplomatic staff to a temporary office in the western part of the country amid fears that an invasion by Russia is imminent.
Couples forced to go to mainland for fertility treatment, face huge costs

Couples forced to go to mainland for fertility treatment, face huge costs

Even though about one in six couples experience infertility, there are no fertility ­clinics on Vancouver Island that offer full IVF services
Here’s how one B.C. man figured out how to beat Wordle in less than a second (VIDEO)

Here’s how one B.C. man figured out how to beat Wordle in less than a second (VIDEO)

The program can solve the 2,300 puzzles in less than the blink of an eye
A Vancouver dad just created a kid-friendly version of Wordle: Spellie

A Vancouver dad just created a kid-friendly version of Wordle: Spellie

This version comes in three difficulty levels to challenge spellers of all ages!
Lost in the B.C. woods for 74 days, Bear Henry thankful to forestry workers' rescue

Lost in the B.C. woods for 74 days, Bear Henry thankful to forestry workers' rescue

VICTORIA — Bear Henry says they survived more than 70 days stuck in a camper van on a remote Vancouver Island mountain forest road with only a few days' worth of canned beans, raw rice, cat food and melted snow.
RBCM event explores lives of B.C.'s Black pioneers

RBCM event explores lives of B.C.'s Black pioneers

You can learn about B.C.’s Black pioneers — and meet descendants of Black settlers who arrived in B.C. in 1858 — at the B.C Black History and Heritage Day at the Royal B.C. Museum today.
Pandemic pet pandemonium leads to 3 million adoptions in Canada

Pandemic pet pandemonium leads to 3 million adoptions in Canada

More British Columbians bought dogs than cats during the pandemic
B.C. man who punched pregnant partner put on probation

B.C. man who punched pregnant partner put on probation

A man who twice punched his pregnant partner has received a conditional discharge for assault, partially because a criminal record could lead to his deportation from Canada