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Canada leading the way in avalanche forecasting with new synthetic snowpack modelling

Canada leading the way in avalanche forecasting with new synthetic snowpack modelling

Avalanche Canada modelling predicts avalanche likelihood in remote and unpopulated areas
Avoid travel, warns B.C. minister as rainfall, snowmelt threaten further flooding

Avoid travel, warns B.C. minister as rainfall, snowmelt threaten further flooding

A series of storms battering British Columbia has prompted the province to stage equipment across several highways in anticipation of more flooding and landslides.
Highway 1 through Fraser Canyon expected to reopen in January

Highway 1 through Fraser Canyon expected to reopen in January

There are seven distinct areas of damage along the Fraser Canyon
Vancouver man who hosted large parties sentenced again for violating COVID-19 rules

Vancouver man who hosted large parties sentenced again for violating COVID-19 rules

VANCOUVER — Police in Vancouver say a man convicted of breaking COVID-19 restrictions earlier this year has been sentenced to jail after pleading guilty to more charges. Const.
Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued for possible listeria contamination

Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued for possible listeria contamination

Check your fridges! Food contaminated with listeria may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
No charges approved against driving instructor

No charges approved against driving instructor

B.C. reports 424 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deaths

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is reporting 424 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the active case count in the province to 3,061. Of the active cases, it says 295 people are in hospital with 112 in intensive care.
How British Columbians can protect their home from flooding

How British Columbians can protect their home from flooding

From an emergency kit to simple household maintenance, there are a number of steps British Columbians can take to safeguard their home before another set of serious storms hits the South Coast.
Results from B.C. money laundering inquiry delayed until May 2022

Results from B.C. money laundering inquiry delayed until May 2022

Delays due to the pandemic have pushed the final report back a full year
Off-grid YouTubers document destruction and repair of Coquihalla Highway (VIDEOS)

Off-grid YouTubers document destruction and repair of Coquihalla Highway (VIDEOS)

“If you like big machines this is for you!”