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With jackhammer, drill, saw and sledgehammer, firefighters rescue cat from pipe

With jackhammer, drill, saw and sledgehammer, firefighters rescue cat from pipe

And the cat came back — to full form — the very next day.
This Coquitlam mega-park could fix region's overwhelmed trails

This Coquitlam mega-park could fix region's overwhelmed trails

Pinecone Burke Provincial Park in Coquitlam is nearly a hundred times bigger than Stanley Park, but after 25 years, it's still ostensibly closed due to a lack of infrastructure.
Pfizer shortage will have 'significant' impact in immediate period, says minister

Pfizer shortage will have 'significant' impact in immediate period, says minister

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says the reduction in shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to Canada will have a significant effect, but just in the immediate period.
B.C. could see 5,000 cases a day by March due to U.K. variant: SFU researcher

B.C. could see 5,000 cases a day by March due to U.K. variant: SFU researcher

By Jan. 14, four cases of the U.K. variant have been found in B.C.; researchers say as few as 20 could signal the variant is on a path to dominate the province, prompting a call to tighten border security and surveillance of returning travellers
Tourism sector fears 'disastrous' effects if B.C. halts leisure travel from Alberta

Tourism sector fears 'disastrous' effects if B.C. halts leisure travel from Alberta

Premier Horgan said he is looking into the legal viability of such a move
University of British Columbia director resigns after holiday trip amid pandemic

University of British Columbia director resigns after holiday trip amid pandemic

VANCOUVER — The director of the University of British Columbia's school of population and public health has resigned after apologizing for taking a holiday trip during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BC/49 lotto ticket sold in Prince George wins $75K for New Brunswick man

BC/49 lotto ticket sold in Prince George wins $75K for New Brunswick man

Jeremy Ross filled up gas at Day & Night Store off Highway 16
A cafe helping people in need says pay what you can

A cafe helping people in need says pay what you can

A closer look at the Sea to Sky’s natural hazards

A closer look at the Sea to Sky’s natural hazards

Scientists talk about monitoring efforts at Mount Meager, Mount Cayley, and Garibaldi Lake
BC SCPA launches petition to end international trade of exotic birds, wild animals

BC SCPA launches petition to end international trade of exotic birds, wild animals

One toucan was found dead and several birds were without food at Vancouver International Airport last month