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  1. Strong winds knock out power to 10s of thousands across B.C.

    05.24 / 03:13 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    A strong blast of cold windy weather has hit B.C. hard, resulting in power outages in communities far and wide across the…
  2. Out of control fire burning 5 km east of Tete Jaune Cache, B.C.

    05.24 / 02:52 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    An out-of-control wildfire is burning close to a small community near the B.C.-Alberta border but is not considered to be threatening any people or…
  3. Peshawar superfan dreams of meeting 'pure gold' prime minister

    05.24 / 02:29 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    16-year-old Haris Khan Trudeau says he'll one day lead his country of Pakistan with the same panache and devotion to human rights as his hero — Prime Minister Justin T…
  4. Day 2 of B.C. election final count ends with NDP leading by 101 votes in Courtenay-Comox

    05.24 / 01:19 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    British Columbia will have to wait at least one more day for the final result in the 2017 provincial…
  5. Former Victoria police chief to consult for marijuana industry

    05.24 / 01:19 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Frank Elsner says he hopes to stay in Victoria and build a business providing security advice to the marijuana…
  6. Why a B.C. Green-NDP coalition is no slam dunk

    05.24 / 00:08 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    As British Columbians await the final results of their recent election, a coalition of groups is once again calling on the Greens and NDP to work together to form…
  7. Kelowna-made baby romper caught in counterfeit conspiracy

    05.23 / 23:02 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    A Kelowna-based clothing designer is trying to get knock-offs of her locally designed baby clothes off the internet: it's what one lawyer calls a trillion-dollar…
  8. 'Only thing I care [about]: she is safe': Girl's father speaks out after 6-year-old grabbed by sea lion

    05.23 / 21:51 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The family of the girl who was grabbed by a sea lion after she fell into the water at the Steveston docks say they weren't feeding the marine…
  9. Sentencing begins for man who stabbed taxi passenger to death in downtown Vancouver

    05.23 / 21:51 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Crown lawyers say Kenneth Bryson Williams should be sentenced to life in prison, with no parole for 12 years. Robert Tyson Smith, 28, died in the altercation that happened in February 2014 in Vancouver's entertainment…
  10. Liberals take 3 vote lead in Courtenay-Comox as absentee ballots are tallied

    05.23 / 20:43 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The B.C. Liberals are leading by three votes in the riding of Courtenay-Comox. But only 137 of 2,077 absentee ballots have been counted and entered into Elections BC's online…
  11. Windy forecast has Okanagan officials bracing for further flooding

    05.23 / 20:21 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    A bout of windy weather forecast for southern B.C. on Tuesday has officials warning residents of the Okanagan region to brace for further flooding and water…
  12. Powell River uses smartphones to battle illegal dumpers

    05.23 / 20:21 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The city is encouraging residents to use an app to report illegal dump…
  13. Delta woman joins fight to overturn right-to-die limitations

    05.23 / 17:40 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    A 68-year-old B.C. woman suffering from Parkinson's disease is the latest to challenge Canadian law restricting access to medically assisted…
  14. Time to update skin care routine to include sunscreen, doctor advises

    05.23 / 17:40 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Warmer weather is coming — and so is the pain of sunburns. Dr. Sunil Kalia with UBC's Department of Dermatology and Skin Science has tips for summer skin c…
  15. Viral video sea lion acted in frustration because feeding stopped, expert says

    05.23 / 14:52 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Vancouver Aquarium senior marine mammal trainer, Danielle Hyson, weighs in on this weekend's viral video showing a young girl grabbed off a Steveston dock by a sea…
  16. Batten down the hatches: Windy weather forecast for southern B.C.

    05.23 / 14:52 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    There is more warm weather in the forecast for southern B.C. but not before a blast of cold windy weather hits the region later…
  17. Coquihalla highway reopened northbound only

    05.23 / 13:42 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    B.C.'s Coquihalla Highway has reopened in one direction this morning after it was closed by a semi truck fire on Monday…
  18. Activists plan to oppose retooled Chinatown development at hearing

    05.23 / 13:20 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    The developer has made changes to the proposed building but activists say the new design does not reflect neighbourhood values or provide needed…
  19. Challengers in B.C. Nurses' Union election disqualified days before voting begins

    05.23 / 13:20 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    Three candidates have been disqualified in the B.C. Nurses' Union election the weekend before voting begins, leading to heated accusations from both…
  20. Coquihalla to remain closed overnight in both directions south of Merritt

    05.23 / 07:19 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - British Columbia
    An early morning incident and dangerous goods fire has forced the closure of Highway 5, also known as the…