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Coquihalla Highway could open even sooner than early January

Coquihalla Highway could open even sooner than early January

Full update on repairs expected Wednesday
Parts of southern British Columbia could get up to 20 centimetres of snow

Parts of southern British Columbia could get up to 20 centimetres of snow

VANCOUVER — Winter weather is making its way back into southern B.C. with Environment Canada issuing heavy snowfall warnings for several areas.
Vancouver police pull over crowded party bus with 28 passengers under age 19 (PHOTOS)

Vancouver police pull over crowded party bus with 28 passengers under age 19 (PHOTOS)

There could be fines of up to a whopping $40,000.
B.C. commits almost $30 million for event recovery fund for fairs and festivals

B.C. commits almost $30 million for event recovery fund for fairs and festivals

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has added more money to its grant program to fund fairs, festivals and other events in the province to help tourism recovery.
Driving on snowy B.C. highways? Inform others of plans and carry emergency kit

Driving on snowy B.C. highways? Inform others of plans and carry emergency kit

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for parts of British Columbia as residents in some areas remain without power.
This video shows all the magical ways Burnaby is lit up for the holidays

This video shows all the magical ways Burnaby is lit up for the holidays

Drone footage gives an amazing view of our city all lit up
'I just don't understand': Wife of homicide victim Jeremy Gordaneer looking for answers

'I just don't understand': Wife of homicide victim Jeremy Gordaneer looking for answers

Artist Jeremy Gordaneer was killed on Aug. 31 in Victoria's Rockland neighbourhood.
B.C. reports 437 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths

B.C. reports 437 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say 10 cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 have now been identified in the province.
Court of Appeal sides with West Van billionaire in Twitter defamation suit

Court of Appeal sides with West Van billionaire in Twitter defamation suit

Twitter failed to argue why B.C. was the wrong jurisdiction
B.C. organizations deliver food donations to Indigenous communities after floods

B.C. organizations deliver food donations to Indigenous communities after floods

VANCOUVER — Organizations in British Columbia are rallying together to deliver food to Indigenous communities affected by flooding and landslides last month. The sustainability manager for SPUD, a B.C.
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