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Six families displaced by Chilliwack, B.C., apartment fire

Six families displaced by Chilliwack, B.C., apartment fire

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — Fire officials in Chilliwack, B.C., say an early morning blaze at an apartment complex has displaced six families.
New York-bound flight forced to return to Toronto after cockpit fire

New York-bound flight forced to return to Toronto after cockpit fire

TORONTO — A flight heading from Toronto to New York City earlier this month had to turn around because of a "burnt electrical smell" in the cockpit.
Spring is less than a month away in BC’s qathet region

Spring is less than a month away in BC’s qathet region

Mild temperatures in the region on Family Day
North Vancouver home of two 'terrified' seniors repeatedly vandalized

North Vancouver home of two 'terrified' seniors repeatedly vandalized

VANCOUVER — Police say two seniors in North Vancouver are "terrified" and flummoxed to explain why vandals have targeted their home five times in the last year. North Vancouver RCMP say the most recent harassment came on Saturday at 12:40 a.m.
Swans make Cranberry Lake in qathet home for now

Swans make Cranberry Lake in qathet home for now

Active trumpeters delight local photographers on Family Day
Shooting in Surrey, B.C., seriously injures one in 'isolated incident,' police say

Shooting in Surrey, B.C., seriously injures one in 'isolated incident,' police say

SURREY, B.C. — A shooting in Surrey, B.C., over the weekend has sent a man to hospital with serious injuries in what police are calling an isolated incident.
Writing helps process diagnoses, says author set to visit qathet

Writing helps process diagnoses, says author set to visit qathet

Memoir full of happy times and places with author’s husband
It takes an island: Mayne residents pool their skills to renovate house for teacher

It takes an island: Mayne residents pool their skills to renovate house for teacher

Lack of housing on the island was hindering efforts to get another much-needed teacher at the school, so Mayne Islanders decided to take matters into their own hands
Racism and cultural beliefs can affect organ donations in some communities: doctors

Racism and cultural beliefs can affect organ donations in some communities: doctors

VANCOUVER — A kidney-shaped cake will likely be on the menufor Reema Garcha and her family as they celebrate the six-year anniversary of her kidney donation to her older sister. That's been the traditional dessert to mark Feb.
RCMP says two-vehicle crash near Burnaby, B.C. off ramp leaves 1 dead, 2 badly hurt

RCMP says two-vehicle crash near Burnaby, B.C. off ramp leaves 1 dead, 2 badly hurt

BURNABY, B.C. — Burnaby RCMP says one person is dead and two people are in critical condition after a two-vehicle crash Sunday near a Highway 1 off ramp. Cpl.