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Pink sea urchins on the move, a sign of climate change

Pink sea urchins on the move, a sign of climate change

Pink sea urchins that live in deep water off the Island are slowly moving into shallower places as food sources and oxygen levels decline due to a warming ocean.
Victoria woman relieved family members in Syria safe after earthquake

Victoria woman relieved family members in Syria safe after earthquake

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday that Canada is ready to provide help in the aftermath of the earthquake, which has left thousands dead.
In the event of an earthquake alert, drop, cover and hold on

In the event of an earthquake alert, drop, cover and hold on

New alert system coming next year is expected to provide a few minutes’ warning of a major earthquake, so home earthquake drills are recommended
Delays in diagnosing strep throat nearly kills B.C. child

Delays in diagnosing strep throat nearly kills B.C. child

Clark's daughter is now on intravenous antibiotics and is on the road to recovery.
New coalition formed to save B.C. salmon from extinction

New coalition formed to save B.C. salmon from extinction

First Nations Fisheries Council calls for all hands on deck approach to crisis
Prince George to host the 2025 Special Olympics B.C. Summer Games

Prince George to host the 2025 Special Olympics B.C. Summer Games

The event is expected to draw approximately 1,100 athletes competing in 10 sports.
Suspect arrested after Nanaimo, B.C., axe attack: RCMP

Suspect arrested after Nanaimo, B.C., axe attack: RCMP

NANAIMO, B.C. — RCMP in Nanaimo, B.C., say they've arrested a suspect after a 30-year-old man was struck with the blunt end of an axe blade over the weekend.
First Nations, B.C. groups launch coalition to save Pacific salmon from extinction

First Nations, B.C. groups launch coalition to save Pacific salmon from extinction

VANCOUVER — A leader with the First Nations Fisheries Council of B.C. says collaboration, not politics, will be the only thing that saves dwindling Pacific salmon populations. Jordan Point says salmon runs in B.C.
Canucks Autism Network chair under fraud probe for securities work

Canucks Autism Network chair under fraud probe for securities work

North Vancouver securities lawyer Bill MacDonald is being investigated by the law society for his alleged role in market manipulation schemes.
B.C. man accused in deadly sucker-punch case to be sentenced in March

B.C. man accused in deadly sucker-punch case to be sentenced in March

Neil Scarisbrick died after being punched twice in the head on East Hastings in September 2020.
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