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RCMP investigate death of a child seriously injured at B.C. campground

RCMP investigate death of a child seriously injured at B.C. campground

CRESTON, B.C. — RCMP are investigating the death of a child who sustained serious injuries at a campground in southeast British Columbia earlier this week.
B.C., Tahltan Nation step up wildlife patrols after 'contentious' hunting season

B.C., Tahltan Nation step up wildlife patrols after 'contentious' hunting season

VICTORIA — There will be more provincial conservation officers and Tahltan guardians patrolling the nation's territory in northwestern British Columbia this hunting season.
Government secrecy underpins three Vancouver real estate revelations

Government secrecy underpins three Vancouver real estate revelations

Excessive fees, document delays and privacy policies supporting corporate interests were on full display in Vancouver’s real estate industry this week.
Destructive White Rock Lake wildfire in B.C. Interior being held

Destructive White Rock Lake wildfire in B.C. Interior being held

VERNON, B.C. — One of the largest and most destructive wildfires in British Columbia this summer was being held on Friday, meaning it was not likely to spread beyond its existing containment lines.
BCSARA launch video series to remind public there is no charge for search and rescue in B.C.'s outdoors

BCSARA launch video series to remind public there is no charge for search and rescue in B.C.'s outdoors

'We do not charge for search and rescue. The goal of our member SAR groups is to save lives'
New restrictions hit B.C.'s north amid spike in COVID cases

New restrictions hit B.C.'s north amid spike in COVID cases

Restrictions go into effect after Labour Day.
Election 2021: Has the Trudeau Liberals’ national housing strategy benefited B.C.?

Election 2021: Has the Trudeau Liberals’ national housing strategy benefited B.C.?

Glacier Media spoke to developers, politicians and housing experts to find out
B.C. wildfires, evacuation orders continue to drop as government urges caution

B.C. wildfires, evacuation orders continue to drop as government urges caution

VICTORIA — Residents of more than 970 properties have been allowed to return home as the number of evacuation orders due to wildfires in British Columbia dropped to 2,566 on Wednesday night.

B.C. records 785 cases of COVID-19 as intensive care numbers climb

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 785 new cases of COVID-19 and the number of people being treated in intensive care units has climbed. The province said Wednesday that 199 people were in hospital and 112 of them were in ICU.
Vancouver archdiocese, priest order deny sex abuse allegations

Vancouver archdiocese, priest order deny sex abuse allegations

Lawsuit alleges priests 'misrepresented ... sexual assaults and battery as acceptable to God.'