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Richmond stabbing becomes homicide after victim dies in hospital

Richmond stabbing becomes homicide after victim dies in hospital

Richmond man, 42, has died after being stabbed on a bus following a "random argument" say police
B.C. eliminates personal-exemption limit on out-of-province booze

B.C. eliminates personal-exemption limit on out-of-province booze

Move is in stark contrast to Ontario becoming more restrictive on interprovincial e-commerce shipments of alcohol into the province
Former Squamish doctor calls for increased access to sexual assault forensic exams

Former Squamish doctor calls for increased access to sexual assault forensic exams

Dr. Kim MacDonald presented a plan to VCH three years ago, but says 'nothing really happened'
Vail Resorts looking at strategies to attract international visitors back to Whistler Blackcomb

Vail Resorts looking at strategies to attract international visitors back to Whistler Blackcomb

Extended season at company's Western U.S. operations helped make up for a drop in international visitation
Conservation service destroys bear family south of Squamish

Conservation service destroys bear family south of Squamish

Advocates calling for softer measures when dealing with bear cubs
Coastline alert: Watch for dead, distressed grey whales

Coastline alert: Watch for dead, distressed grey whales

People out on the water or strolling the beaches of B.C.’s coast are being asked to watch for dead, stranded or distressed grey whales as the massive mammals continue to die at a concerning rate.
New rules for drones now in effect

New rules for drones now in effect

Operators must pass online exam, register their drones
Limos, Lambos, choppers & booze: Raucous party rocks Anmore

Limos, Lambos, choppers & booze: Raucous party rocks Anmore

"We hit him with a needle but he was a big dude, so we hit him with another one," Plosz said of the man who OD's in the otherwise sleepy town north of Port Moody, adding: "He was so lit up, he didn't want to leave."
B.C. will send 120 more firefighters to Alberta and the Yukon this week

B.C. will send 120 more firefighters to Alberta and the Yukon this week

The service says 137 people, including 116 firefighters, will be deployed in Alberta for up to 19 days
Lost wedding ring reappears after snow melts at B.C. ski resort

Lost wedding ring reappears after snow melts at B.C. ski resort

Almost four months after losing it in the snow at Big White, a man has been reunited with his wedding ring