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Feds to ‘fast-track’ 20 homes for Lytton First Nation, 3 years after wildfire

Feds to ‘fast-track’ 20 homes for Lytton First Nation, 3 years after wildfire

$1.3M for 20 new units, construction of 175 more homes in next decade: Indigenous Services Minister
Ex-RCMP officer found guilty in assault of B.C. international student

Ex-RCMP officer found guilty in assault of B.C. international student

Stanley Lee, 46, was sentenced to 12-month conditional discharge with probation
Pets get access to outdoor decks on more BC Ferries sailings

Pets get access to outdoor decks on more BC Ferries sailings

Move follows ‘overwhelmingly positive’ feedback from pilot program, says ferry corporation
Dog reunited with owner after fall down steep slope in B.C. mountains

Dog reunited with owner after fall down steep slope in B.C. mountains

North Shore Rescue used helicopter to try and find the dog
Man dead after 2 people stabbed in 2 days in White Rock; suspect at large

Man dead after 2 people stabbed in 2 days in White Rock; suspect at large

‘We want to assure the public that their safety is our top priority’: RCMP
PHOTOS: B.C. whale watchers document first baby humpback of 2024

PHOTOS: B.C. whale watchers document first baby humpback of 2024

Hundreds of humpback whales are expected to feed in the area through fall
Crown rejects charges in B.C. police shooting because of lack of evidence

Crown rejects charges in B.C. police shooting because of lack of evidence

B.C. Prosecution Service says it can’t prove officers committed offence in 2021 Jared Lowndes death
B.C. to release report into economics of safe supply as part of larger review

B.C. to release report into economics of safe supply as part of larger review

Public Health Officer commissioned U.S. expert to review economics of safe supply
Humanist association plans legal action against B.C. city for council prayer

Humanist association plans legal action against B.C. city for council prayer

BCHA: Inaugural Parksville meeting included ‘explicitly Christian’ prayer
B.C. massage school director who asked client if he was Muslim fined $12K

B.C. massage school director who asked client if he was Muslim fined $12K

School’s director emailed the man prior to his appointment to ‘certify’ his religion