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Wolves escape enclosure at Greater Vancouver Zoo, one wolf remains at large

Wolves escape enclosure at Greater Vancouver Zoo, one wolf remains at large

If you see the wolf, please keep back.
You can soon borrow artifacts used at Riverview Hospital in Coquitlam

You can soon borrow artifacts used at Riverview Hospital in Coquitlam

It's the next step toward a future program to make artifacts from the century-old site available to the general public.
Nearly a dozen heat warnings issued for parts of B.C.

Nearly a dozen heat warnings issued for parts of B.C.

A heat spell is on its way.
Another busy day on B.C. Ferries, with waits between Duke Point, Tsawwassen

Another busy day on B.C. Ferries, with waits between Duke Point, Tsawwassen

B.C. Ferries' reservation system went offline Monday, and travellers faced waits of up to 12 hours for ferry sailings between Duke Point on Vancouver Island and Tsawwassen on the mainland.
Metadata catches fraudsters who bilked B.C. investors of $360K

Metadata catches fraudsters who bilked B.C. investors of $360K

Two British Columbians are out thousands of dollars after buying into a fake battery venture, according to a recent B.C. Securities Commission ruling.
Sunken fish boat off B.C. shifts into deeper water, leaks fuel in key orca habitat

Sunken fish boat off B.C. shifts into deeper water, leaks fuel in key orca habitat

VICTORIA — Crews are working to drain fuel from a sunken fish boat in U.S. waters just east of Vancouver Island before it fouls a key feeding ground for endangered southern resident killer whales. An update from the U.S.
B.C. inflation grows to 8% in July, exceeding national rate for second time this year

B.C. inflation grows to 8% in July, exceeding national rate for second time this year

West Coast inflation grows month to month at same time national rate shows signs of cooling
Young lawyer gets $3.2M for injuries she suffered in car accident

Young lawyer gets $3.2M for injuries she suffered in car accident

The young lawyer described "cognitive issues" that made work difficult, including having to reread documents multiple times.
Pacific FC adds former CPL president Paul Beirne to front office

Pacific FC adds former CPL president Paul Beirne to front office

Longtime Canadian sports executive will be the club’s new managing director
'Worst weekend' for out of service ambulances across B.C.

'Worst weekend' for out of service ambulances across B.C.

It was a tough weekend for BC Emergency Health Services paramedics.