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B.C. prosecutors considering criminal charges for Trans Mountain protesters

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Prosecution Service is considering criminal charges against dozens of people arrested for protesting Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Victoria police officer, in coma since 1987 crash, dies in hospital

Victoria police officer, in coma since 1987 crash, dies in hospital

It was a routine call that would change his life. Victoria police Const. Ian Jordan was responding to a break-in alarm on Sept. 22, 1987, when his police cruiser collided with another responding cruiser.
A bus, a breakdown and -30°: former NHLer remembers his time with Humboldt Broncos

A bus, a breakdown and -30°: former NHLer remembers his time with Humboldt Broncos

Dan Lucas reflects on life with a prairie hockey team as a 14-year-old from Powell River
Province closes black bear open season hunt in Haida Gwaii

Province closes black bear open season hunt in Haida Gwaii

A limited-entry hunt will take its place

Raw oysters linked to outbreak of norovirus

Human sewage in seawater is most likely cause, health officials say
Black bear that swatted woman’s leg killed by conservation officers

Black bear that swatted woman’s leg killed by conservation officers

Conservation officers have killed a black bear that was slated for destruction after injuring a woman earlier this month. The Whistler RCMP responded to a report of a bear eating compost in the Alpine area on the morning of Friday, April 6.
B.C. sees drop in overdose deaths: 'A really positive sign'

B.C. sees drop in overdose deaths: 'A really positive sign'

The number of illicit drug overdose deaths across B.C. declined in February, raising hopes that the province has turned a corner in its battle against the epidemic. The B.C.