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Search crews rescue overdue hikers after night on North Shore mountain

Search crews rescue overdue hikers after night on North Shore mountain

A pair of overdue hikers have been rescued from Crown Mountain in the third visit to the North Shore peak by search crews in as many days.
Low snowpack no reason to worry about water this summer: experts

Low snowpack no reason to worry about water this summer: experts

Warm tropical rains and above-average temperatures left much of B.C.’s South Coast without a winter this year, but experts are wagering a lack of snowpack won’t mean water shortages this spring and summer.
Mothers of slain B.C. girls plan to attend court hearing for man accused of 1970s murders

Mothers of slain B.C. girls plan to attend court hearing for man accused of 1970s murders

Almost 40 years after two young B.C. girls were murdered, their families will be in an Abbotsford courtroom Monday to see the man accused of killing them.
Irate hunters to protest at legislature over guide-outfitter decision

Irate hunters to protest at legislature over guide-outfitter decision

Cabinet minister Bill Bennett has talked about changing the legislation
Northwest B.C. town, Alaska community concerned about overnight border closure

Northwest B.C. town, Alaska community concerned about overnight border closure

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Residents in a small southeast Alaska community are worried that overnight closure of the Canada border will hurt safety and the local economy. The Canada Border Services Agency said Friday the new hours would be 8 a.m.
ICBC rules for religious headgear remain shrouded in mystery

ICBC rules for religious headgear remain shrouded in mystery

It’s not only colanders — other unusual coverings include tiara, light pink tablecloth
B.C. family devastated by tragic deaths of two sisters in early 20s

B.C. family devastated by tragic deaths of two sisters in early 20s

A family already in mourning over the death of a daughter was plunged deeper into grief when an older daughter was killed days later in a tragic car accident.
B.C.’s first science and business high school to open this fall

B.C.’s first science and business high school to open this fall

Abbotsford’s Rick Hansen secondary aims to prime students for specialized careers
RCMP claim of B.C. anti-pipeline extremists shocks native, environmental leaders

RCMP claim of B.C. anti-pipeline extremists shocks native, environmental leaders

Report makes ‘false inferences,’ borders on ‘misguided hysteria’
B.C. family sues funeral home, hospital over mother’s missing body

B.C. family sues funeral home, hospital over mother’s missing body

Holly Haliburton, 95, was improperly removed from morgue
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