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Employees trapped in coolers at B.C. store rescued after vehicle crashes through wall

SAANICH, B.C. — First responders have rescued employees that were trapped in the commercial coolers of a Walmart after a vehicle crashed through a wall from a parking area at a shopping centre on Vancouver Island.
Calls for stricter action in B.C. with COVID-19 variants projected to climb into May

Calls for stricter action in B.C. with COVID-19 variants projected to climb into May

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is on track to see COVID-19 cases involving variants of concern continue to rise until late May, a math modelling expert said, but stronger restrictions could improve the situation sooner.
Small dog fatally attacked, owner injured by another dog at B.C. park (VIDEO)

Small dog fatally attacked, owner injured by another dog at B.C. park (VIDEO)

Police are reminding dog owners they must keep their dogs on a leash or under control at all times.
High court upholds B.C. teacher's conviction for sexual assault of child

High court upholds B.C. teacher's conviction for sexual assault of child

Supreme Court of Canada denies leave to appeal conviction for assault of six-year-old girl in Surrey
Vancouver park board issues order to restrict tents in Strathcona Park

Vancouver park board issues order to restrict tents in Strathcona Park

VANCOUVER — People camping and living in a Vancouver park will have until the end of the month to pack up their tents.
Rich Coleman’s dismissal of money laundering warning was baseless: Mountie

Rich Coleman’s dismissal of money laundering warning was baseless: Mountie

RCMP’s failure to earmark adequate resources against financial crime was compounded by government officials downplaying problem, inquiry hears.
This grieving father finds peace one mile at a time on his motorbike

This grieving father finds peace one mile at a time on his motorbike

Dieter Schneider gives an online talk to Squamish residents about how the open road helps with depression.
B.C. dachshund breeder who had puppies seized says SPCA was out of line

B.C. dachshund breeder who had puppies seized says SPCA was out of line

"There are two sides to every story."
B.C. high school teacher in custody after being charged with child exploitation

B.C. high school teacher in custody after being charged with child exploitation

100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. — A teacher has been charged with child exploitation allegedly involving a female student at a high school in the Cariboo region of British Columbia.
B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost on par with general minimum wage increase

B.C. liquor servers to get pay boost on par with general minimum wage increase

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says the province's lowest-paid workers, liquor servers, are getting a pay boost to match the general minimum wage that's also set to increase in June.