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One man dead, two suspects in custody after shooting in Abbotsford, B.C., home

One man dead, two suspects in custody after shooting in Abbotsford, B.C., home

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says a shooting at a home in Abbotsford, B.C., has left one person dead.
Carbon tax adding to inflation woes for B.C. residents

Carbon tax adding to inflation woes for B.C. residents

Prince George man says people paying price for carbon dioxide emissions essential for plant growth
House arrest, probation for old-growth protester who blocked Metro Vancouver traffic

House arrest, probation for old-growth protester who blocked Metro Vancouver traffic

VANCOUVER — A man who took part in four traffic-stopping protests in Metro Vancouver in an effort to save old-growth forests has been given a conditional sentence and six months' probation by a provincial court judge.
Study charts ‘shocking’ declines in chum salmon

Study charts ‘shocking’ declines in chum salmon

Central coast chum abundance declined 90 per cent since 1960, new study finds
Metro Vancouver homicide team probes two separate shootings in less than 24 hours

Metro Vancouver homicide team probes two separate shootings in less than 24 hours

VANCOUVER — Two people have died in separate shootings around Greater Vancouver and while homicide investigators are not linking the attacks, they say both appear targeted.
B.C. resident continues to impact the community with a pinecone

B.C. resident continues to impact the community with a pinecone

A Kelowna resident is hoping to trade a pinecone in for a house. Back in September, Stephanie Horman picked up a pinecone from her kid's schoolyard and decided to see what she could trade it in for by the end of September.
Vancouver Chinatown vandalism suspect arrested, amid surge of reported incidents

Vancouver Chinatown vandalism suspect arrested, amid surge of reported incidents

Vancouver police say they've arrested a suspect in a spate of vandalism incidents in Chinatown. The department says in a news release that officers patrolling the neighbourhood arrested a man in his 60s Wednesday afternoon.
GVBOT workforce report targets B.C.'s labour market challenges

GVBOT workforce report targets B.C.'s labour market challenges

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade rolls out road map to address B.C.’s rapidly rising skills deficit and labour shortage
Wife of deceased B.C. RCMP officer sues provincial government

Wife of deceased B.C. RCMP officer sues provincial government

The wife of a former Kelowna RCMP sergeant who died at age 41 has sued the provincial government, alleging his terminal brain cancer came as a result of the hazardous conditions he was exposed to while carrying out his duties as an officer.
'On the cusp of collapse': B.C. mayor pushing for community to be included in healthcare loan forgiveness program

'On the cusp of collapse': B.C. mayor pushing for community to be included in healthcare loan forgiveness program

Oliver mayor Mayor Martin Johansen spent four months reaching out to the province to find out why the town wasn’t on the list.
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