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B.C. rancher rides toward 'wall of flame' to rescue cows from 5,000-hectare wildfire

B.C. rancher rides toward 'wall of flame' to rescue cows from 5,000-hectare wildfire

The Spences Bridge ranch owner was able to get half of his cows moved to safety.
Harrison Hot Springs employees back to work after strike action

Harrison Hot Springs employees back to work after strike action

More than 200 workers took part in the three-day strike action over a summer weekend.
Firefighters douse wildfire near B.C. rec site

Firefighters douse wildfire near B.C. rec site

Crews are on the ground working at an 'under control' wildfire.
Employees walk off the job at popular B.C. resort

Employees walk off the job at popular B.C. resort

The union say 230 employees are striking over wages.
B.C. family desperately searching for lost dog in Golden Ears Provincial Park

B.C. family desperately searching for lost dog in Golden Ears Provincial Park

Shampoo, the Goldendoodle, got spooked by thunder and ran off as the couple was putting on her leash.
This B.C. park is the largest in a decade with new expansion

This B.C. park is the largest in a decade with new expansion

A provincial park is now the largest in B.C., and is home to a threatened at-risk species.
'Wouldn't have survived': Two baby seals rescued in B.C.

'Wouldn't have survived': Two baby seals rescued in B.C.

A seal in White Rock and one in North Vancouver needed to be rescued days apart.
'Innovation is key': New tech reduces paperwork, increases police efficiency in Delta

'Innovation is key': New tech reduces paperwork, increases police efficiency in Delta

A police department in B.C. is leveraging advanced public safety technology to enhance community policing and reduce administrative work.
'Despicable': Dog shot in chest, found dead in B.C. backcountry

'Despicable': Dog shot in chest, found dead in B.C. backcountry

The dog was found on Hill 60 Ridge, a remote area east of Cowichan Lake.
British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

The survey reveals 90% of British Columbians support expanding the role of pharmacists to ease pressures on the province's healthcare system.