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Hard-working forwards' heroics spell early night for Predators goaltender Rinne

VANCOUVER - Two unlikely heroes helped the Vancouver Canucks emerge from their scoring funk Thursday night. Andrew Ebbett and Jannik Hansen both scored a goal and added two assists as the Canucks dumped the Nashville Predators 7-4.

B.C. leg wraps with parting MLAs bidding adieu as Liberals deal with scandal

VICTORIA - British Columbia's last legislative session before the May provincial election came to a close Thursday with heartfelt goodbyes, some unfinished legislation and a report that could cripple the Liberals' chances for re-election.

Does bigger mean better? Officials square off over policing in small-town B.C.

DELTA, B.C. - Size need not dictate quality of service.

Honduran international's arrival with Whitecaps will heat up competition

VANCOUVER - It was a cold, wet day, but Johnny Leveron's mere presence started to generate heat.

Missing Nanaimo fisherman turned up in jail cell

NANAIMO, B.C. - When the Mounties were called in to help search for a fisherman thought to be missing from a fishboat off Nanaimo, B.C., they didn't have to look far — it turned out he was in one of their cells.

B.C. auditor general raps NDP for partisan office fund

VICTORIA - The Opposition New Democrats defended their use of a taxpayer-supported political fund Tuesday despite concerns from Auditor General John Doyle about its partisan nature and Liberal claims of NDP kickbacks.
Man pleads guilty to 1999 Vancouver killing

Man pleads guilty to 1999 Vancouver killing

VANCOUVER — More than 14 years after the body of a Vancouver high school student was dumped on a deserted street, her killer is finally facing justice. Ninderjit Singh pleaded guilty Monday in B.C.

Advocates say 2$ M for disabilities hardly enough to cover backlog

VANCOUVER - The B.C. government is providing $2 million to help those cope with developmental disabilities, but advocates say the cash is hardly enough to cover the backlog of need.
Shaw says outage that deleted incoming emails an isolated incident

Shaw says outage that deleted incoming emails an isolated incident

Shaw Communications says it doesn’t expect a repeat of an email outage Thursday that saw incoming messages deleted from customer accounts.

Lake Windermere a major draw for visitors to Invermere, B.C.

INVERMERE, B.C. - Winter, spring, summer or fall there's one main attraction that keeps visitors coming back to the B.C. resort town of Invermere. It's Lake Windermere.