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Stabbing in Surrey, B.C., leaves woman dead, man and child injured

SURREY, B.C. — A woman is dead and a man and two-year-old child were injured in a stabbing Tuesday night in Surrey, B.C. A statement from Surrey RCMP says the victims were attacked at about 9 p.m. in a home in the Newton neighbourhood.

British Columbia man dies during ski trip near glacier west of Calgary

CALGARY — A man has died while skiing on a backcountry trail near the Robertson Glacier in Kananaskis Country west of Calgary. RCMP say the 40-year-old man, from Invermere, British Columbia, died Monday.
New COVID-19 infections stay high, as the positive-test rate rises above 3%

New COVID-19 infections stay high, as the positive-test rate rises above 3%

The BCCDC identified 167 new cases of the virus in the past 24 hours
B.C. records 127 overdose deaths in September, down from sharp increase in June

B.C. records 127 overdose deaths in September, down from sharp increase in June

VICTORIA — The BC Coroners Service says 127 people fatally overdosed on illicit drugs in September, up from 60 deaths during the same period last year.
Furstenau pays visit to West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

Furstenau pays visit to West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

Valeriote has a good chance at the seat, says Furstenau
September overdose deaths down from August

September overdose deaths down from August

Greater number of cases with “extreme fentanyl concentrations”
These hand sanitizers are being recalled Canada-wide due to 'health risks'

These hand sanitizers are being recalled Canada-wide due to 'health risks'

The sanitizers either contain ingredients that are not permitted by Health Canada or are not properly labelled.
Hikers found safe after spending cold, wet night on Grouse Mountain

Hikers found safe after spending cold, wet night on Grouse Mountain

'We threw a lot of resources at it but in the end it was a positive outcome with definite lessons learned'
B.C. election is in the final stretch before voters head to the polls on Saturday

B.C. election is in the final stretch before voters head to the polls on Saturday

B.C.'s political leaders are campaigning in Metro Vancouver in the final few days of the provincial election. B.C.
Rural residents near Saanich, B.C., warned to protect pets after bear attacks llama

Rural residents near Saanich, B.C., warned to protect pets after bear attacks llama

SAANICH, B.C. — A black bear is believed to have killed a llama on Vancouver Island. A statement from Saanich police says the attack happened late Monday afternoon at a farm in a rural part of the municipality just north of Victoria.