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Woman disappeared from Victoria 43 years ago this week: VicPD

Woman disappeared from Victoria 43 years ago this week: VicPD

Linda Pedersen was 24 when she was last seen at 9:15 a.m. June 3, 1981 leaving her boyfriend’s apartment
'Large rock' found after windshield crash that left B.C. driver in critical condition

'Large rock' found after windshield crash that left B.C. driver in critical condition

BURNABY, B.C. — Police in Metro Vancouver say a "large rock" has been recovered from the scene of an incident along Highway 1 that sent a driver to hospital in critical condition.
B.C. to replace fleet of air ambulances by next fall, Premier David Eby says

B.C. to replace fleet of air ambulances by next fall, Premier David Eby says

RICHMOND, B.C. — British Columbia will be replacing its fleet of air ambulance planes by the fall of next year, Premier David Eby said.
Federation calls for new municipal growth framework

Federation calls for new municipal growth framework

Capital and operating costs a challenge across Canada, including for City of Powell River
Jogger clipped by fast-moving e-bike on E&N Rail trail

Jogger clipped by fast-moving e-bike on E&N Rail trail

A witness estimates the e-bike was travelling about 40 km/h when the incident happened about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday
Massive Martin Mars water bomber arriving in Victoria sooner than expected

Massive Martin Mars water bomber arriving in Victoria sooner than expected

The Hawaii Martin Mars is expected to fly into the Patricia Bay Coast Guard base between Aug. 5 and 10, rather than at the end of the year
Two killed in sports car crash at private B.C. racetrack: RCMP

Two killed in sports car crash at private B.C. racetrack: RCMP

OLIVER, B.C. — Police say two people died when a sports car crashed at a luxury private motorsports club in Oliver, B.C.
Are Mayor Ken Sim’s days numbered as chair of Vancouver police board?

Are Mayor Ken Sim’s days numbered as chair of Vancouver police board?

Sim’s office: “The mayor believes that the position of chair may be better served by another individual who can fully dedicate their focus to this important role.”
Vancouver mayor grieves stabbing death of 32-year-old chef near Chinatown

Vancouver mayor grieves stabbing death of 32-year-old chef near Chinatown

VANCOUVER — Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim has issued a statement saying police are working tirelessly to find the person responsible for a fatal stabbing near the city's Chinatown early Wednesday.
Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Multi-agency effort leads to successful rope rescue in steep terrain