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Two people dead in Kelowna, B.C., after gunshots and fire: Mounties

Two people dead in Kelowna, B.C., after gunshots and fire: Mounties

KELOWNA, B.C. — RCMP officers in Kelowna, B.C., are investigating after two bodies were found inside a local business following gunshots and a fire.
Massive lottery winnings require careful management, expert says

Massive lottery winnings require careful management, expert says

Winning a lotto jackpot can be liberating, but experts advise winners to develop a thoughtful gifting strategy, proceed with caution and plan for the future.
Three youths arrested in stabbing death of teenager in Prince George, B.C.

Three youths arrested in stabbing death of teenager in Prince George, B.C.

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Mounties in Prince George say three youths were arrested after a 17-year-old was allegedly stabbed to death in the city.
B.C. First Nation, Catholic Church announce 'Sacred Covenant' to be signed on Easter

B.C. First Nation, Catholic Church announce 'Sacred Covenant' to be signed on Easter

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Vancouver's Catholic archdiocese is marking Easter with a commitment towards reconciliation with First Nations in B.C., Archbishop J. Michael Miller says.
Child rep seeks update of cross-boundary alerts after B.C. teen died from neglect in Alberta

Child rep seeks update of cross-boundary alerts after B.C. teen died from neglect in Alberta

Alexandru Radita, 15, died in 2013 and his parents, Emil and Rodica Radita, were found guilty in 2017 of first-degree murder.
Nine-foot-long Burmese python seized from B.C. home

Nine-foot-long Burmese python seized from B.C. home

The Burmese python was seized after the BC Conservation Officer Service executed a search warrant at a Chilliwack, B.C., home Tuesday.
B.C.'s popular Othello Tunnels set to partially reopen in July

B.C.'s popular Othello Tunnels set to partially reopen in July

Some parts of Othello Tunnels will be open, while work in other closed areas continues.
Lawsuit accuses B.C. gas utility of deceiving consumers over environmental impact

Lawsuit accuses B.C. gas utility of deceiving consumers over environmental impact

VANCOUVER — An environmental group is suing British Columbia natural gas utility FortisBC, accusing it of "greenwashing" its product through advertising, making the company seem more environmentally friendly than it is.
'Grave mistake': Comedy troupe who made Pickton T-shirts perform at B.C. gym

'Grave mistake': Comedy troupe who made Pickton T-shirts perform at B.C. gym

F45 Training gym in Vancouver's Chinatown has since issued an apology, saying it was a mistake.
Environment Canada issues dust advisory for central and northern B.C.

Environment Canada issues dust advisory for central and northern B.C.

HOUSTON, B.C. — Environment Canada has added a dust advisories for a large section of central and northern British Columbia in response to "high concentrations of coarse particulate matter" that it says is most prominent near busy roads.