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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.

Tourists being asked to stay away from B.C. resort due to nearby wildfire

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A resort community in British Columbia is asking visitors to stay away to support any evacuation orders due to wildfires.

Evacuation alert issued for residents of Canim Lake in B.C.'s Cariboo region

VERNON, B.C. — An evacuation alert has been issued for another part of Canim Lake, B.C., so residents are ready to leave if a wildfire puts their lives or property at risk.
Lytton residents displaced by fire tour what's left of their village (VIDEO)

Lytton residents displaced by fire tour what's left of their village (VIDEO)

Evacuees have spread out across B.C., with many in Kamloops, Merritt and Chilliwack.
Vancouver police officers face new review in case of detained Indigenous man

Vancouver police officers face new review in case of detained Indigenous man

VICTORIA — A retired judge has determined that a further investigation is needed in the case of two Vancouver police officers and their alleged treatment of an Indigenous man.
Washington State governor makes historic visit to Point Roberts on border closure concerns

Washington State governor makes historic visit to Point Roberts on border closure concerns

Jay Inslee became just the third governor to ever visit the exclave to address his concerns on the extended border closure
Victoria appeals rescinding of forest fire costs assessment

Victoria appeals rescinding of forest fire costs assessment

Tolko Industries initially ordered to $435,000 for government costs
Report on the 215 burial sites at Kamloops residential school coming next week

Report on the 215 burial sites at Kamloops residential school coming next week

A presentation will be livestreamed on Vimeo and Facebook.
Did the B.C. heat wave offer a bumper crop for cannabis?

Did the B.C. heat wave offer a bumper crop for cannabis?

Two cannabis producers share their experience with last week's heat wave.
Meet the Secwépemc women who've served over 2,750 meals for fire evacuees

Meet the Secwépemc women who've served over 2,750 meals for fire evacuees

These women are showing up day-in and day-out to serve their guests and show what it means to be Secwépemc.