B.C. eyes law to ensure drivers, not government benefit from ICBC profits

It’s been a long time since the words “ICBC” and “profit” have been used in the same sentence. The public auto insurer is a long way away from actually

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Lumber company Tolko shutting down all B.C. locations for 2 weeks over Christmas

A lumber company is shutting down all of its B.C. locations over Christmas, blaming low prices and high log costs in the province for

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Road to Telegraph Creek, B.C., partially reopened after rock slide

The road to Telegraph Creek, B.C., is in use again, but only for certain vehicles during limited hours.  The road was completely closed for nearly a

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First dragonfly fossils from B.C. receive scientific names

Rare fossilized dragonflies, which flitted about the area we now know as Kamloops, have been given scientific names — a first for British Columbia.

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Rockslide blocks only road to Telegraph Creek, B.C.

It could be several days before there’s road access to the remote community of Telegraph Creek, B.C. On Tuesday, a large rockslide blocked the only

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Family of man shot dead by RCMP in Maple Ridge, B.C., hopes for coroner’s inquest

The family of a man shot dead by Mounties in a suburban B.C. city last summer are calling for a coroner’s inquest. Fifty-four-year-old Kyaw Naing Din, also

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Drones let B.C. researchers act as ‘fly on the wall’ to observe orca behaviour

A group of B.C. researchers have returned from a trip along the coast with a trove of new photos, video and data gathered by

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Passengers left in dark on refunds with troubled B.C. expedition cruise company

Passengers, some of whom say they spent up to $30,000 USD for upcoming voyages with a troubled Squamish, B.C.-based expedition cruise company, worry their dream

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Five bears killed after coming too close to elementary school in Penticton, B.C.

Five bears were destroyed by conservation officers in Penticton, B.C., Thursday after the group ventured too close to an elementary school. Tobe Sprado, an inspector for the

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The ridings with the best (and worst) voter turnout in B.C.

The votes are cast, the ballots are counted, and Canada is moving on from a divisive federal election. According to Elections Canada, just under

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