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Environment Canada issues dust advisory for central and northern B.C.

Environment Canada issues dust advisory for central and northern B.C.

HOUSTON, B.C. — Environment Canada has added a dust advisories for a large section of central and northern British Columbia in response to "high concentrations of coarse particulate matter" that it says is most prominent near busy roads.
Comox man receives heroism award for saving woman from burning vehicle

Comox man receives heroism award for saving woman from burning vehicle

Junyi Liu was working at a Comox gas station when a woman drove in and struck a pump with her car.

B.C. warns of 'identical' government payment website made by 'malicious actors'

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is warning people about a scam involving its PayBC website, where an "identical fake website" is collecting personal and credit card information.
Child dies in fall through ice at lake in B.C.'s Cariboo region

Child dies in fall through ice at lake in B.C.'s Cariboo region

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — Mounties in Williams Lake, B.C., say a child has died in a plunge through the ice on Tyee Lake, in the province's Cariboo region.
New, improved stun gun is accepted for police use in B.C., province says

New, improved stun gun is accepted for police use in B.C., province says

VICTORIA — British Columbia has approved the use of an updated Taser weapon for officers around the province to use as a less-lethal weapon during police confrontations.
Group asks Vancouver for more time over Crab Park homeless site cleanup

Group asks Vancouver for more time over Crab Park homeless site cleanup

VANCOUVER — An advocacy group and others are making a final plea to the City of Vancouver to hold off on its second phase of a plan to clean up the site of a homeless camp in Crab Park.
B.C. e-bike company shares evidence on social media after brazen container theft

B.C. e-bike company shares evidence on social media after brazen container theft

DELTA, B.C. — Police in Delta, B.C., say they're investigating a theft of a shipping container that contained thousands of dollars worth of electric bicycles.
Keep the Hope Alive walk marks 33rd anniversary of Michael Dunahee's disappearance

Keep the Hope Alive walk marks 33rd anniversary of Michael Dunahee's disappearance

Police continue to investigate his disappearance from a playground in Victoria on March 24, 1991.
Joni Mitchell's music back on Spotify two years after joining Neil Young in boycott

Joni Mitchell's music back on Spotify two years after joining Neil Young in boycott

Joni Mitchell's music is back on Spotify more than two years after the songwriter pulled it off the platform in protest of other content available on the popular streaming service.
B.C. funds nearly 600 new affordable rental homes in the Interior, North

B.C. funds nearly 600 new affordable rental homes in the Interior, North

OKANAGAN FALLS, B.C. — The latest funding to flow through British Columbia's Community Housing Fund will add nearly 600 rental homes to communities in the Interior and northern B.C.