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One person killed in avalanche near Valemount, B.C.

One person killed in avalanche near Valemount, B.C.

VALEMOUNT, B.C. — One person has died in an avalanche that caught two snowmobilers over the weekend south of Valemount, B.C., not far from the Alberta boundary.
‘Extremely concerning’: Five men shot in 24 hours in B.C. city

‘Extremely concerning’: Five men shot in 24 hours in B.C. city

Five people are injured from gunfire after two separate and targeted shootings in Abbotsford.

Abbotsford Police say initial investigation suggests targeted incident

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police in Abbotsford are looking for witnesses and dashcam footage following a shooting near the airport that sent four people to hospital.
Civilian police investigator targets evasive Vancouver officers for further probe

Civilian police investigator targets evasive Vancouver officers for further probe

VANCOUVER — Two Vancouver police officers who punched and injured a drunken man won't face further investigation into their use of force, but four other officers who witnessed the arrest last year might have to explain their actions to B.C.
Slide prompts Campbell River to declare state of emergency to protect public safety

Slide prompts Campbell River to declare state of emergency to protect public safety

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. — The City of Campbell River, B.C., has declared a state of local emergency to help it better deal with landslides that have forced some people from their homes.
Eby promises $50M to help get fire-damaged wood to B.C. mills

Eby promises $50M to help get fire-damaged wood to B.C. mills

VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier David Eby is promising $50 million from the upcoming budget to help transfer fire-damaged wood from remote areas to pulp mills.
B.C. Mounties investigate criminal claims against tribal police officer

B.C. Mounties investigate criminal claims against tribal police officer

WHISTLER, B.C. — A British Columbia First Nation police service says RCMP are investigating allegations of criminal conduct involving one of its members.
No injuries as Vancouver Island slide forces evacuation of two Campbell River condos

No injuries as Vancouver Island slide forces evacuation of two Campbell River condos

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. — Residents of two condominiums in Campbell River, B.C., spent the night out of their suites after a landslide on the hill behind their homes. A release from the City of Campbell River says the slide happened about 7 p.m.
Vancouver to fund plans to renew its embattled Chinatown neighbourhood

Vancouver to fund plans to renew its embattled Chinatown neighbourhood

Vancouver councillors have unanimously approved funding for its Uplifting Chinatown Action Plan, in an attempt to revive the historic neighbourhood.
RCMP investigating after two bodies found inside Coldstream, B.C., home

RCMP investigating after two bodies found inside Coldstream, B.C., home

VERNON, B.C. — An RCMP major crime unit has been called in to investigate after the discovery of two bodies inside a home in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.
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