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Gibraltar mine wants to increase effluent discharged to Fraser River

Gibraltar mine wants to increase effluent discharged to Fraser River

Tsilhqot’in opposed, want alternatives and different types of water treatment considered
Anti-logging activists using drones to fight the 'information war'

Anti-logging activists using drones to fight the 'information war'

The famous Zen saying asks, ‘If a tree falls in the forest with no one there to hear it, does it make a sound?’ It basically means what is out of sight, is out of mind. B.C.
Man shot dead in shopping centre parking lot in Vancouver’s west side

Man shot dead in shopping centre parking lot in Vancouver’s west side

Police transported a busload of witnesses Sunday from the scene of Vancouver’s 13th murder of the year, an apparent targeted daytime shooting in a busy shopping mall parking lot. Shortly after 2 p.m.
Dozens of foster children lodged in hotels over year

Dozens of foster children lodged in hotels over year

Between 23 and 50 foster children have been placed in B.C. hotels in the past year, officials reported one week after a foster youth fell to his death from the window of a hotel where he’d been housed for months.
Richmond men wanted for alleged role in Indian drug ring

Richmond men wanted for alleged role in Indian drug ring

Interpol has issued red notices for nine Canadians believed to be involved in billion-dollar smuggling network
Whale splash just a text alert away

Whale splash just a text alert away

Want a splash of whale to enliven your day? That’s now possible with a new texting feature that alerts you when whales appear at any of four sites equipped with cameras in Johnstone Strait off northeastern Vancouver Island.
Star Tory candidate in Surrey criticized for ‘fearmongering’ pamphlet

Star Tory candidate in Surrey criticized for ‘fearmongering’ pamphlet

Former Surrey mayor Dianne Watts, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s star candidate in B.C., came under fire Tuesday for allegedly trying to scare British Columbians into voting Conservative on Oct. 19.
RCMP officer testifies about suitcase, human remains on island

RCMP officer testifies about suitcase, human remains on island

Richmond exchange student Yuan Xi Tang is on trial for first-degree murder of his mother
Ex-B.C. auditor general Doyle resigns from job in Australia

Ex-B.C. auditor general Doyle resigns from job in Australia

B.C.’s former Auditor General John Doyle has resigned as an auditor general in Australia amid an ongoing investigation into a “personal grievance” filed against him, according to Australian media.
Couple tough it out as mudslides hit northeast of Pemberton

Couple tough it out as mudslides hit northeast of Pemberton

Ingrid and Greg Rebar fired up a generator and made do with some very muddy water when mudslides knocked out power and cut off the tiny community of D’Arcy on Sunday.