E-scooters could hit some B.C. streets by summer

You might be able to use an e-scooter to do your errands around town as early as summer in some B.C. municipalities.  The province’s

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Last Husky puppy surrendered to BC SPCA finds forever home – Okanagan

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B.C. woman left in a Calgary parking lot as a newborn 32 years ago finds her birth parents

More than three decades after Teanna Elliot was found abandoned in a Calgary parking lot as a newborn, she has found her birth parents. 

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Top court’s TMX decision a ‘slap-down’ for B.C., Alberta government says

The Alberta government has declared victory after the Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday dismissed British Columbia’s attempt to block the Trans Mountain expansion project,

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Supreme Court rejects B.C. appeal of Trans Mountain pipeline case

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada shut down British Columbia’s move to regulate what can flow through an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline from

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B.C. grilled by Supreme Court justices on a bill that would halt Trans Mountain expansion

Supreme Court of Canada justices gave the lawyer representing B.C. a rough ride today as they questioned the constitutionality of a proposed provincial law

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School closures for Wednesday in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley – BC

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B.C. disbanded RCMP unit after report warned possible crime figure bought stake in casino

A businessman “connected to Asian organized crime” was allowed by a British Columbia government employee to buy part of a B.C. Lottery Corp. casino,

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‘CEOs and Office Hoes’ party at B.C. nightclub draws backlash

A “CEOs and Office Hoes” party being thrown by Cactus Jack’s Nightclub in Kamloops, B.C., is stirring up a lot of controversy. People are

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B.C. swoops in to hire specialized Alberta rappel firefighters whose program was cut last year

An email from the BC Wildfire Service has been making the rounds through the inboxes of a group of highly trained and experienced firefighters

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