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Parks Canada worried spilled grain from derailed CP train will attract grizzlies

Parks Canada worried spilled grain from derailed CP train will attract grizzlies

Banff National Park spill site will need to be cordoned off with electric fencing to keep wildlife away
This was the coldest February on record in Metro Vancouver

This was the coldest February on record in Metro Vancouver

While Metro Vancouver saw a great deal of snow this February, the snowfall wasn't the most exceptional component of last month's weather. In fact, February 2019 was the coldest February on record in Metro Vancouver since the records began in 1937.
Prostitution ring renting via Airbnb, Victoria police find

Prostitution ring renting via Airbnb, Victoria police find

Investigators have contacted Airbnb in an effort to identify the people involved
Ancient craft uncovered at North Van school

Ancient craft uncovered at North Van school

Every grade at Cove Cliff Elementary is learning the historic art of Coast Salish weaving
Hero teens praised for Grouse Mountain chairlift rescue

Hero teens praised for Grouse Mountain chairlift rescue

Youth set up impromptu safety net to catch dangling eight-year-old
Anti-cyber bullying campaigns starting to make a difference, says Amanda Todd's mother

Anti-cyber bullying campaigns starting to make a difference, says Amanda Todd's mother

The B.C. Ministry of Education is spending $160,000 to roll out 190 online safety sessions to more than 19,000 students from Grades 3 to 12
Wilson-Raybould’s place in Liberal party at risk after SNC-Lavalin testimony

Wilson-Raybould’s place in Liberal party at risk after SNC-Lavalin testimony

Former attorney general accuses Prime Minister, senior staff and the country’s top civil servant of putting her under relentless pressure to interfere in the criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin
Canada ranked #1 LGBT-friendly travel destination in the world

Canada ranked #1 LGBT-friendly travel destination in the world

Canada shares ranking with Portugal and Sweden
Methane-snacking crabs suggest they are adapting to climate change: report

Methane-snacking crabs suggest they are adapting to climate change: report

The crabs were previously thought to exclusively eat phytoplankton
B.C. premier says affordable housing crunch hurts province's growth

B.C. premier says affordable housing crunch hurts province's growth

Recent regional study concludes Victoria will need 34,000 more rental units by 2038, says Victoria mayor