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Latest news from Cbc.ca - British Columbia feed

  1. The Beatles, the Stones and many happy families: PNE employee has seen it all in 54 years

    08.19 / 04:45 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The PNE will open for its 107th year on Saturday. Vern Frick has worked there for over half of those…
  2. City of Vancouver provides 'Sugar Mountain' tent city with running water, more toilets

    08.19 / 04:06 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    A day after residents called on the government to take action, running water and additional portable toilets have been installed at a tent city in East…
  3. Vancouver is no Charlottesville, says expert: 'Hate' rally 'isn't a Canadian thing'

    08.19 / 01:41 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Hate group experts and activists are applauding the move to let a potentially racist rally to go ahead in Vancouver, despite fears anti-immigrant speakers could spark…
  4. 'It's ingenious really': Homeless campers build bridge out of shopping carts

    08.19 / 01:21 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Const. Pat Kelly was on a routine patrol of the area when he found the…
  5. Canadian killed in Barcelona was father of Vancouver police officer

    08.19 / 00:42 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The Canadian killed in a recent terrorist attack in Barcelona was the father of a Vancouver police officer. The Vancouver Police Department released a statement on behalf of the victim's daughter, Sgt. Fiona…
  6. RCMP investigating 2 fires in as many days in West Kelowna park

    08.19 / 00:04 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Authorities in West Kelowna are investigating two fires in Glen Canyon Regional Park that sparked on steep terrain on consecutive days this…
  7. BC Ferries has busiest spring season ever

    08.18 / 23:42 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    BC Ferries is reporting the busiest first quarter (ending June 30) for vehicle traffic ever, and the highest level of passenger traffic in 20 years for the same…
  8. B.C. judge to deliberate fate of Sri Lankan man convicted of human smuggling

    08.18 / 22:44 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The fate of a Sri Lankan man convicted of human smuggling for his role in the voyage of the MV Sun Sea from Thailand to the B.C. coast is now in the hands of a B.C. Supreme Court…
  9. 'Hate has no place in our province': B.C. premier releases statement condemning far-right protest

    08.18 / 22:01 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    B.C. Premier John Horgan has condemned a rally planned by far-right protesters in Vancouver, saying British Columbians — and Canadians — "must stand united and denounce them in the strongest possible ter…
  10. State of emergency extended until Sept. 1 as B.C. wildfire crisis continues

    08.18 / 18:52 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The B.C. government has extended a state of emergency for a third time since it was originally declared on July…
  11. Unattended navigation controls led to tugboat collision near Nanaimo, report finds

    08.18 / 15:33 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    An investigation into the collision of two tugboats near Nanaimo, B.C. found that the master of one vessel left navigational controls…
  12. Special weather statement for B.C. Interior warns of wind and thunderstorms

    08.18 / 14:26 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Officials are concerned that windy, dry conditions could cause several large fires burning in B.C. to…
  13. Addictions recovery centre pitched for former youth jail near Victoria

    08.18 / 14:26 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    An outreach society in Victoria is making a pitch to the province to turn a former youth jail into an addictions recovery centre for the…
  14. Mysterious crash leaves cyclist with brain injury, no recollection — and no compensation

    08.18 / 13:18 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Witness saw cyclist and his bike 'in mid air' behind an SUV after an alleged…
  15. Buildings renamed, monuments fall as Indigenous oppression is acknowledged

    08.18 / 09:18 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    While Canadians observing the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., can rest assured this country does not have hundreds of U.S. Civil War monuments, some statues and buildings divide Canadians along similar…
  16. Vandalism to wheelchair-accessible swing in Parksville, B.C., leads to removal

    08.18 / 05:40 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    “Why are you doing this? All you’re doing is hurting young kids who don’t deserve to be hurt.…
  17. 'Everybody's worst nightmare': says Prince George, B.C., daycare owner who fought off alleged abductor

    08.18 / 04:57 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    A B.C. daycare owner says she kicked and screamed as she fought with a man who allegedly tried to take a child in her care from a…
  18. How to make a pinhole camera to watch the solar eclipse

    08.18 / 02:27 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    You don't need fancy glasses or expensive equipment to watch the solar eclipse. With a few, everyday household items, you can make a pinhole camera and watch it safely that…
  19. Partial loss of UBC research forest to fire leads to unlikely research opportunities

    08.18 / 01:43 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The destruction of parts of a research forest near Williams Lake showed scientists how different ways of preparing the forest floor for fires influences fire…
  20. Indigenous leaders at United Nations condemn discrimination

    08.18 / 01:21 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Representatives from First Nations across B.C. have returned home from Geneva, after presenting arguments on systemic racial…