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Man pleads guilty to killing three, including mother and brother in Langley, B.C.

Man pleads guilty to killing three, including mother and brother in Langley, B.C.

VANCOUVER — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says a man from Langley, B.C., has pleaded guilty to murdering three people in 2020, including his mother and brother.
How 'Coal Miner's Daughter' Loretta Lynn got her big break in Vancouver chicken coop

How 'Coal Miner's Daughter' Loretta Lynn got her big break in Vancouver chicken coop

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is a long way from the Appalachian coal fields, but the role that a south Vancouver chicken coop played in the rise of country music legend Loretta Lynn is being recalled after her death at the age of 90.
Dawson Creek's Gibson second at Vancity Showdown, headed to nationals this week

Dawson Creek's Gibson second at Vancity Showdown, headed to nationals this week

Headed to TO.
Online auction for Amanda Todd Legacy Society raises 80% of goal in four days

Online auction for Amanda Todd Legacy Society raises 80% of goal in four days

The event coincides with the death of the 15-year-old Port Coquitlam student — exactly 10 years ago.
Crews battle out-of-control wildfire in regional park in B.C.'s Lower Mainland

Crews battle out-of-control wildfire in regional park in B.C.'s Lower Mainland

COQUITLAM, B.C. — A regional park in British Columbia's Lower Mainland has been closed since Saturday as crews battle a wildfire sparked in persistently hot and dry conditions.
New rules coming for mortgage brokers following B.C.'s money laundering probe

New rules coming for mortgage brokers following B.C.'s money laundering probe

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is bringing in new laws to replace the outdated Mortgage Brokers Act as it follows recommendations from an inquiry into money laundering.

Small wildfire in Metro Vancouver regional park no longer burning out of control

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The Metro Vancouver Regional District says a small wildfire sparked in a park last weekend is being held at 14 hectares and no longer considered out of control.
B.C. bolsters mental health and substance use services for inmates leaving jail

B.C. bolsters mental health and substance use services for inmates leaving jail

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has announced inmates struggling with mental health and substance use will be supported after they leave jail by transition teams connected to all 10 of the province's correctional centres.
B.C. study links policy changes and logging patterns, shows targeting of old growth

B.C. study links policy changes and logging patterns, shows targeting of old growth

VANCOUVER — The worsening effects of climate change are compounding the historical loss of British Columbia’s old-growth forests, says the co-author of a new paper that shows decades of logging on the province’s central coast targeted the highest-val
B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission proposes to add six new ridings

B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission proposes to add six new ridings

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Electoral Boundaries Commission has released a preliminary report that recommends the creation of six new electoral districts, which would bring the total number of seats in the legislature to 93.