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7 popular fish and seafood species British Columbians should be mindful of

7 popular fish and seafood species British Columbians should be mindful of

As Ocean Wise works with local businesses and restaurants to keep unsustainable seafood off the shelf, here's a list of what you should and shouldn't eat.

Threat of flood eases in B.C. as weather cools and rivers peak: forecast centre

VICTORIA — A high streamflow advisory has been ended by the B.C. River Forecast Centre for the Peace region, the Laird River and its tributaries.
Tuesday's Lotto Max to have biggest lottery prize total in Canadian history

Tuesday's Lotto Max to have biggest lottery prize total in Canadian history

A record-breaking $117 million in prizes are up for grabs.
Moderna asks Health Canada to approve COVID-19 vaccine for kids 12-17

Moderna asks Health Canada to approve COVID-19 vaccine for kids 12-17

Pfizer only COVID-19 vaccine approved for adolescents in Canada
Horgan promises 'prompt response' on First Nations' desire to defer old-growth logging

Horgan promises 'prompt response' on First Nations' desire to defer old-growth logging

The deferral notice requires approval from the B.C. government.
UPDATE: Second residence searched in Trina Hunt investigation, IHIT reveals

UPDATE: Second residence searched in Trina Hunt investigation, IHIT reveals

Officers have appeared to have taped around the residence. The family is offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and charges.
BC Ferries passenger goes overboard, recovered near Bowen Island

BC Ferries passenger goes overboard, recovered near Bowen Island

VANCOUVER — A BC Ferries passenger was recovered from the waters near Bowen Island after going overboard on Sunday.
North Van man goes beyond the yellow brick road to honour late wife (PHOTOS)

North Van man goes beyond the yellow brick road to honour late wife (PHOTOS)

Ed and Shirley Lien were married for almost 70 years and were always big fans of 'The Wizard of Oz'

RCMP search for woman swept away by Similkameen River in B.C.

KEREMEOS, B.C. — The RCMP say a search is underway for a woman whose vehicle was swept away by a fast-moving river near Keremeos, B.C.
British Columbians set to celebrate first-ever BC Trails Day

British Columbians set to celebrate first-ever BC Trails Day

'BC Trails Day is an opportunity to come together to give back to the trails we love and bring attention to the many benefits that they provide.'