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Photos: Prince Harry and Meghan in Whistler ahead of Invictus 2025

Photos: Prince Harry and Meghan in Whistler ahead of Invictus 2025

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in the resort for an Invictus Games one-year-out event
More upgrades to improve flood resilience in Abbotsford, B.C., after 2021 disaster

More upgrades to improve flood resilience in Abbotsford, B.C., after 2021 disaster

ABBOTSFORD, B.C.
North Vancouver RCMP warn of radioactive material in equipment in stolen car

North Vancouver RCMP warn of radioactive material in equipment in stolen car

VANCOUVER — Police in North Vancouver say a car stolen from an underground parking lot Tuesday had a piece of equipment containing radioactive material inside.
As bike-theft season ramps up, Nanaimo police offer prevention tips

As bike-theft season ramps up, Nanaimo police offer prevention tips

Rule number one? Always lock your bike.
Veteran B.C. politician Mike de Jong to leave legislature, mulls federal run

Veteran B.C. politician Mike de Jong to leave legislature, mulls federal run

VICTORIA — Veteran British Columbia politician Mike de Jong has announced he will leave the legislature after a 30-year career in government and opposition. De Jong, who was first elected as a B.C.
Ontario's plan to get rid of blue licence plates is to sit back and wait

Ontario's plan to get rid of blue licence plates is to sit back and wait

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford's government has a plan to get its blue licence plates off the roads, four years after discovering they are barely visible at night – and that plan is to sit back and wait.
Prince George teacher disciplined for endangering student with nut allergy

Prince George teacher disciplined for endangering student with nut allergy

The teacher in question voluntarily entered into the agreement on Jan. 24, 2024, acknowledging that her actions had put a student's health and safety at risk. 
Building fire underlines rising concern about Duncan street disorder

Building fire underlines rising concern about Duncan street disorder

The now boarded-up building will serve as a backdrop for a rally Friday aimed at urging the provincial government to do more to address increasing street mayhem
Cowichan Tribes loses mentor, 'steady voice' with death of former chief

Cowichan Tribes loses mentor, 'steady voice' with death of former chief

Squtxulenuhw William “Chip” Seymour, who served four terms as Cowichan Tribes chief, died Monday at 73
Complex on Cowichan Tribes land will provide almost 200 homes under B.C. Builds program

Complex on Cowichan Tribes land will provide almost 200 homes under B.C. Builds program

The complex is so far the only Vancouver Island project under the new B.C. Builds program