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Police probe homicides of husband and wife in Abbotsford, B.C.

Police probe homicides of husband and wife in Abbotsford, B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police have identified a husband and wife, both in their 70s, as homicide victims in Abbotsford, B.C. Investigators say 77-year-old Arnold De Jong and 76-year-old Joanne De Jong were found dead in a home on Monday.
B.C. man who killed mother with an axe found not criminally responsible

B.C. man who killed mother with an axe found not criminally responsible

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has found a man who suffers from a mental disorder is not criminally responsible for the axe slaying of his mother.
Tame deer becomes celebrity in tiny B.C. town

Tame deer becomes celebrity in tiny B.C. town

Fluffy the deer is too tame for the wild.
Demand for air travel spurs hiring at airlines, airports

Demand for air travel spurs hiring at airlines, airports

Airport security screeners, flight attendants among the workers in demand
Tsleil-Waututh land defender to serve jail time over TMX protest

Tsleil-Waututh land defender to serve jail time over TMX protest

William George will spend 28 days in jail after breaching a court-imposed injunction at the Trans Mountain terminal in Burnaby in January 2021.
Energy crisis in Europe renews optimism for Canadian LNG projects

Energy crisis in Europe renews optimism for Canadian LNG projects

B.C.'s clean LNG touted as important decarbonization tool, and economic tool in reconciliation with First Nations
Northern B.C. First Nation's dictionary project aims to make language more accessible

Northern B.C. First Nation's dictionary project aims to make language more accessible

The Tahltan Dictionary Project that began mid-March is aiming for a lexicon of 10,000 words and has collaborated with The Language Conservancy, a North American non-profit, who are providing the technology for this project.
Parking lot given to pickleball players subject of human rights complaint

Parking lot given to pickleball players subject of human rights complaint

People with disabilities challenge plan to turn barricaded parking lot in a pickleball court
Delayed snowmelt, potential rain and warm weather raises flooding risk in B.C.

Delayed snowmelt, potential rain and warm weather raises flooding risk in B.C.

VANCOUVER — A hydrologist with the River Forecast Centre says he's "quite worried" about the risk of flooding in British Columbia because of the high snowpack and the potential for sudden warm weather.
B.C.'s physicians and surgeons are highest COVID-vaccinated group, naturopaths lowest

B.C.'s physicians and surgeons are highest COVID-vaccinated group, naturopaths lowest

VICTORIA — Vaccination information on British Columbia's health-care professionals shows most are fully immunized, though patients won't know if their own doctor has had all their COVID-19 shots. Provincial health officer Dr.