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Conservation officers search for coyote that bit jogger in Vancouver's Stanley Park

Conservation officers search for coyote that bit jogger in Vancouver's Stanley Park

VANCOUVER — The Conservation Officer Service says it is investigating a case involving another aggressive coyote in Vancouver's Stanley Park.
Wildfire crew responding to blaze spots hiker missing in B.C. park north of Vancouver

Wildfire crew responding to blaze spots hiker missing in B.C. park north of Vancouver

SQUAMISH, B.C. — Crews responding to a wildfire made a welcome discovery in the rugged backcountry of Garibaldi Provincial Park, north of Vancouver.
B.C. sees highest number of COVID-19 cases in a month

B.C. sees highest number of COVID-19 cases in a month

VICTORIA — British Columbia's COVID-19 cases are creeping up again with the province reporting the highest numbers in a month. Health officials reported 89 cases of COVID-19 Thursday, figures last seen in mid-June.
Canadians growing more vulnerable to foreign influence activities: CSIS

Canadians growing more vulnerable to foreign influence activities: CSIS

In B.C., Hong Kong Canadians have been most vocal about Chinese state actors and propaganda
Strata security raises privacy concerns

Strata security raises privacy concerns

Condo corporation told to stop collecting personal data through cameras, key fobs
'No relief in sight': Strong winds fanning flames of large wildfires in southern B.C.

'No relief in sight': Strong winds fanning flames of large wildfires in southern B.C.

There are now 50 evacuation orders across the province, including six new ones in the past day.
Vancouver moves to protect most vulnerable from heat waves

Vancouver moves to protect most vulnerable from heat waves

Not every Vancouver neighbourhood enjoys the cooling effects of an urban forest. Now, the city has passed a motion to take action in protecting the city's most vulnerable people from a future heat wave.
From friend to foe: Surrey’s Brenda Locke to challenge Doug McCallum in 2022

From friend to foe: Surrey’s Brenda Locke to challenge Doug McCallum in 2022

Locke pledges police referendum, has regrets about SkyTrain pledge and is contemplating how city hall can help with housing affordability
White Spot, Triple O's holding fundraiser day for B.C. wildfire relief

White Spot, Triple O's holding fundraiser day for B.C. wildfire relief

Every B.C. location - including on BC Ferries - is participating in the one-day campaign
Pile of snow pulled passenger plane off runway in Terrace, B.C.: TSB

Pile of snow pulled passenger plane off runway in Terrace, B.C.: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. — Safety changes have been made after a WestJet Encore passenger plane went off a snow-covered runway in Terrace, B.C., last year.