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Sustainable forestry practices advancing in B.C.

Sustainable forestry practices advancing in B.C.

When delegates arrive in Vancouver this coming week from member countries around the world for a high-level United Nations session on forests, B.C. will have a rare opportunity to showcase the progress it's made on sustainable forest management.
Gerrans Bay: Coast Guard responds to spill

Gerrans Bay: Coast Guard responds to spill

Coast Guard crews descended on Gerrans Bay in Pender Harbour this week to deal with a spill from a boat that sank on Oct. 19.
Five B.C. travel videos that will ignite your inner explorer

Five B.C. travel videos that will ignite your inner explorer

Feel like a road trip? These videos will inspire you to explore
You can walk over the Seymour Canyon Suspension Bridge next month

You can walk over the Seymour Canyon Suspension Bridge next month

It will be 4 meters wide and 30 meters long, and provide access for water utility operations as well as public recreation opportunities
Why there's a network of tunnels for frogs under B.C. highways

Why there's a network of tunnels for frogs under B.C. highways

We spoke to Dr. Darcy C. Henderson from Environment and Climate Change Canada to find out...
Provincewide arrest warrant issued for coin con man

Provincewide arrest warrant issued for coin con man

Police allege the man swindled Lower Mainland banks out of $30,000
Be careful on B.C.’s roads this Thanksgiving weekend

Be careful on B.C.’s roads this Thanksgiving weekend

If you plan to hit the road this long weekend, ICBC is warning drivers to take extra care. On average, four people are killed and 650 people are injured in 2,100 crashes in B.C. over Thanksgiving long weekend. As of Oct.
This harvest moon is going to look ridiculously massive

This harvest moon is going to look ridiculously massive

Stargazers unite! A glorious celestial affair takes place this week in the Lower Mainland. On Monday, Sept. 24, a massive harvest moon will illuminate Metro Vancouver skies.
No charges laid in logging truck crash

No charges laid in logging truck crash

Lillooet RCMP say no charges will be laid following a “thorough investigation” of a logging truck accident on a curving section Road 40 near T&T Road on Aug. 22.
4 in 5 British Columbians want handguns banned, poll finds

4 in 5 British Columbians want handguns banned, poll finds

A recent poll found that the overwhelming majority of British Columbians want handguns banned in their municipalities. The online survey conducted by Research Co.