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A 16-year battle in British Columbia will drag on a little longer as the province fights to recover billions of dollars in health-care costs linked to tobacco-related…
07.20 / 16:11
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A 16-year battle in British Columbia will drag on a little longer as the province fights to recover billions of dollars in health-care costs linked to tobacco-related…
07.20 / 16:07
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Both uniformed and plainclothes officers are expected to canvas the area for the next several…
07.20 / 15:58
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Firefighters say some people aren't getting the message about just how dangerous the current fire danger is in this…
07.20 / 15:51
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The driver of a semitrailer was taken to hospital early Thursday morning after hitting a cow on Highway 97A and losing control of his vehicle that crossed three traffic lanes, went down an embankment, through one yard and then smashed into a house on Hunter Avenue in Armstrong. “We heard a…
07.20 / 15:50
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Some wet weather is headed for Prince George. An extended period of rain could begin today with a chance of thundershowers and a predicted high of 23 degrees Celsius. The rain could also improve the smoky conditions. “As long as there is a forest fire there will be a smoke, unfortunately, but in this case because we are expecting some precipitation and for Prince George because we are expecting precipitation all through next week we should see some of the rain clear out s…
07.20 / 15:44
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The number of registered evacuees in Prince George has cracked 9,000. That figure includes 7,368 adults and over 1,706 children. Forest fires and air quality are affecting mail and parcel delivery in some communities across British Columbia. At the moment, this does not include Prince George. Canada Post has put contingency measures in place to serve those displaced by the fires. The City’s Free Fare for… …
07.20 / 15:23
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B.C.'s Independent Investigations Office is looking into the death of a 35-year-old man in police custody in Prince George on…
07.20 / 15:03
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Within 40 second, a square metre of grass was scorched by the…
07.20 / 14:54
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An Abbotsford company is taking a unique spin on recycling, by converting metal shipping containers into pools and hot tubs that can be installed at your home, within minutes of…
07.20 / 14:54
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About 140 wildfires continue to burn across the province and about 45,000 people are still under evacuation order or…
07.20 / 14:17
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For weeks, a stretch of hot, dry weather has worked against fire crews on the front lines fighting B.C.'s wildfires. Thursday could see fire-scorched regions get the most rains they'll see in…
07.20 / 14:16
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Six years ago, a semi-truck hauling two trailers jackknifed and killed a California family in Kootenay National Park, despite the fact the driver was within the posted speed…
07.20 / 14:16
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Mounties are still searching for answers after the body of a 13-year-old girl was found in Central Park in Burnaby yesterday, the victim of a possible…
07.20 / 13:59
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The helipad at the Tofino hospital was taken out service since 2011 because it didn't meet Transport Canada standards. The replacement was delayed by issues with tree height and land…
07.20 / 13:54
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You’re invited to come and sing in the sun on Lonsdale Quay!  You do not need to read music or have any singing/musical experience! All ages welcome! Beginners to professionals!  We’ll be singing and learning harmony parts to one song each Thursday evening until Aug 24.  Songs include Ex’s & Oh’s by Elle King, Lean […] The post Sing In The Sun On Lonsdale Quay! Beatles! Elle King! Bill Withers! Vance Joy! Simon & Garfunkel! appeared first on North Vancouver, BC…
07.20 / 13:13
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John Horgan has done what no NDP leader in BC has had to in more than 16 years: put together a cabinet. With a range of options from young stars to wily veterans, Horgan has weighed his choices towards those with…
07.20 / 13:12
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The damp weather we are seeing on the coast this morning will be offering crews fighting BC's wildfires at least a little bit of a break…
07.20 / 12:55
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Two Surrey residents and firefighters were fortunate not to have been injured because of disconnected smoke alarms and ammunition in a townhouse…
07.20 / 12:30
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Residents along Nighthawk Road in Okanagan Centre returned to what remained of their homes, Wednesday. "Most of the residents went back to their homes today and are down there right now looking at their circumstances," said Lake Country Fire Chief Steve Windsor. For many on…
07.20 / 12:13
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