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Tonnes of oil, diesel pumped from leaking B.C. shipwreck 53 years after sinking

Tonnes of oil, diesel pumped from leaking B.C. shipwreck 53 years after sinking

The 147-metre cargo ship went down in Nootka Sound in 1968.
B.C. firefighter in ICU after suffering severe burns battling Sparks Lake blaze

B.C. firefighter in ICU after suffering severe burns battling Sparks Lake blaze

The man is currently in stable condition in Vancouver, according to the BC Wildfire Service.
Mom's five-hour wait for paramedics unacceptable, North Van man says

Mom's five-hour wait for paramedics unacceptable, North Van man says

More paramedics are coming to North Vancouver, says MLA
Multiple dead in crane collapse in downtown Kelowna

Multiple dead in crane collapse in downtown Kelowna

BC Coroners Service, WorkSafeBC conducting their own concurrent investigation.

Underwater hydro cables to Vancouver Island damaged or out of service

VANCOUVER — BC Hydro says it's working to repair a damaged underwater cable that delivers power to Vancouver Island.
New chair for B.C. Human Rights Tribunal

New chair for B.C. Human Rights Tribunal

Emily Ohler advised UN on policy, legal and procedural matters
Harry Neufeld, B.C.'s former chief electoral officer, dies after battle with cancer

Harry Neufeld, B.C.'s former chief electoral officer, dies after battle with cancer

VICTORIA — Elections BC has announced the death of the province's former chief electoral officer. A statement from Elections BC says it acknowledges with sadness the passing of Harold Neufeld.
Tonnes of oil, diesel pumped from leaking B.C. shipwreck 53 years after sinking

Tonnes of oil, diesel pumped from leaking B.C. shipwreck 53 years after sinking

VICTORIA — Tonnes of bulk fuel has been safely removed from a ship that sank off the west coast of Vancouver Island more than half a century ago.
B.C. set to expand 7 parks across the province

B.C. set to expand 7 parks across the province

Government says it will consult with First Nations and conduct legal boundary mapping before adding the lands to the parks system.
B.C. launches new online tool to dispute, resolve violation tickets

B.C. launches new online tool to dispute, resolve violation tickets

Using the province's new website could save you from having to go to court.