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Vancouver police investigating after 9th pedestrian struck and killed this year

Vancouver police investigating after 9th pedestrian struck and killed this year

VANCOUVER — Police are investigating after a 59-year-old man was struck and killed in East Vancouver Saturday night. It is the city's ninth pedestrian death and the 18th collision-related fatality of the year.
Man, 59 struck and killed by vehicle in East Vancouver

Man, 59 struck and killed by vehicle in East Vancouver

Vancouver Police are investigating the city’s 18th pedestrian fatality of the year. They say a 59-year-old man was hit by a car in East Vancouver Saturday evening and was later pronounced dead in hospital.
B.C. reports 23 more deaths, 992 cases of COVID-19 over two days

B.C. reports 23 more deaths, 992 cases of COVID-19 over two days

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reported 992 new cases of COVID-19 diagnosed over the last two days and 23 more deaths, raising the death toll in the province to 2,257. The Health Ministry says 4,265 infections are active across B.C.
B.C. milk board conditionally reinstates dairy farm licence after investigation

B.C. milk board conditionally reinstates dairy farm licence after investigation

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The British Columbia Milk Marketing Board says it has reinstated the dairy licence of a Fraser Valley farm with mandatory conditions after an investigation found violations of the code for the care and handling of dairy cattle.
Health alert: Outbreak of salmonella affecting 5 provinces including B.C.

Health alert: Outbreak of salmonella affecting 5 provinces including B.C.

In some cases, severe illness may occur from a salmonella infection and hospitalization may be required.
From chemical burns to a logging truck crash, RCMP describe events at Fairy Creek

From chemical burns to a logging truck crash, RCMP describe events at Fairy Creek

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — Mounties on southern Vancouver Island say a can of bear spray that overheated caused chemical burns to one person and breathing troubles for others who were aboard a bus near the Fairy Creek protest site.
Atmospheric river brings rain and snow to southern B.C.

Atmospheric river brings rain and snow to southern B.C.

VANCOUVER — The latest in a series of weather events is predicted to lash parts of British Columbia. Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for parts of the south coast and southern Interior.
Man caught on surveillance video breaking into legion on Remembrance Day

Man caught on surveillance video breaking into legion on Remembrance Day

The break-in occurred at about 9 a.m., with video surveillance showing a suspect arriving in a small truck carrying a tool to cut the locks off storage sheds on the legion property
Thousands attend Remembrance Day ceremony at B.C. legislature in Victoria

Thousands attend Remembrance Day ceremony at B.C. legislature in Victoria

VICTORIA — A larger than expected crowd turned out for a Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph outside the British Columbia legislature in Victoria. Rev.
Stó:lō author Lee Maracle, a leading voice in Indigenous literature, dies at 71

Stó:lō author Lee Maracle, a leading voice in Indigenous literature, dies at 71

VANCOUVER — Stó:lō writer Lee Maracle, who championed the stories of Indigenous women to change the face of Canadian literature, has died.
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