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Metro Vancouver creek contamination kills at least 300 fish

Metro Vancouver creek contamination kills at least 300 fish

A murky discharge found flowing out of a culvert from Coquitlam into a Burnaby creek has been linked to the death of hundreds of young salmon, according to a local stream-keeper group.
B.C. company creates vegan smoked salmon — out of carrots

B.C. company creates vegan smoked salmon — out of carrots

The Victoria, B.C., founder is now looking to tackle canned tuna
Kelowna gangland shooting caught on camera

Kelowna gangland shooting caught on camera

Two men were wounded in gunfire that rang out on a Kelowna street Saturday. Police said they discovered on-scene what they believe to be an improvised explosive device
B.C. Wildfires: No 'big' human-caused activity over long weekend a welcoming sight

B.C. Wildfires: No 'big' human-caused activity over long weekend a welcoming sight

Only 6.8 per cent of wildfires are believed to have been human-caused.
New instrument aims to aid ocean research into microplastics

New instrument aims to aid ocean research into microplastics

Ocean Diagnostics says its sampling device Ascension will 'revolutionize microplastics science
Meet Neiko and Dreki, North Shore Rescue's newest canine recruits

Meet Neiko and Dreki, North Shore Rescue's newest canine recruits

B.C.'s busiest SAR team now has three validated search dogs
Unique sprinkler system puts B.C. town at ease as wildfire rages nearby

Unique sprinkler system puts B.C. town at ease as wildfire rages nearby

A small B.C. town is coming up with innovative ways to protect homes against wildfires.
Burnaby's Christine Sinclair to play for Olympic gold after stunning win over U.S.

Burnaby's Christine Sinclair to play for Olympic gold after stunning win over U.S.

Canadian captain and Burnaby native Christine Sinclair will play for a gold medal.
Opinion: Crackdown on unvaccinated in B.C. could be coming as Delta spreads

Opinion: Crackdown on unvaccinated in B.C. could be coming as Delta spreads

It may not have been by design, but the B.C. health ministry has released some data that may eventually form the basis on which to bring in new COVID-19 restrictions or even a virus-related passport of some sort.
BC Wildfire Service warns online fire maps may be inaccurate

BC Wildfire Service warns online fire maps may be inaccurate

Inaccurate online maps 'can cause a lot of confusion and anxiety'