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Lights returning after windstorm knocks out power to thousands across southern B.C.

Lights returning after windstorm knocks out power to thousands across southern B.C.

VANCOUVER — Thousands of residents on British Columbia's south coast and southern Interior spent the night without power after a fierce windstorm blew through the region Sunday.
Six protesting old-growth logging arrested as traffic stopped on Vancouver bridge

Six protesting old-growth logging arrested as traffic stopped on Vancouver bridge

VANCOUVER — Six people have been arrested for refusing to end a blockade of Vancouver's Cambie Bridge. Vancouver police say in a statement that about 150 people marched to the bridge and stopped traffic on the busy route on Saturday.
Third B.C. real estate agent comes under fire in wake of sexual assault allegations

Third B.C. real estate agent comes under fire in wake of sexual assault allegations

New troubling allegations are surfacing online claiming a third Victoria real estate agent allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted a woman.
Missing 12-year-old Prince George boy found safe: RCMP

Missing 12-year-old Prince George boy found safe: RCMP

Luke had gone missing on March 24
B.C. reports 908 new COVID-19 cases, third-highest daily total yet

B.C. reports 908 new COVID-19 cases, third-highest daily total yet

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 908 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, the third-highest daily total in the province since the start of the pandemic. Provincial health officer Dr.
B.C. records second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases: 908

B.C. records second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases: 908

The 6,245 people now actively fighting infections is the highest number since January 7
State of the city: Vancouver by the numbers (part two)

State of the city: Vancouver by the numbers (part two)

COVID-19 cases, police statistics and nuisance geese provide snapshot of current reality
Search and rescue crews join efforts in finding missing 13-year-old Prince George boy

Search and rescue crews join efforts in finding missing 13-year-old Prince George boy

'Luke' has not been seen since 5:30 p.m. on March 24
Teck Coal fined record $60 million for Kootenay fisheries offences

Teck Coal fined record $60 million for Kootenay fisheries offences

Mining giant Teck Resources was hit with a record $60-million fine March 26 related to its East Kootenay coal operations. The company’s Teck Coal Ltd.
Teck Coal fined record $60 million for B.C. river contamination

Teck Coal fined record $60 million for B.C. river contamination

'Largest environmental trial in Canadian history' avoided with guilty pleas: lawyer