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B.C. house fire victim gets $30,000 in damages for botched insurance claim

B.C. house fire victim gets $30,000 in damages for botched insurance claim

A judge has ruled the insurance company was in breach of contract conditions.
Unseasonably cold weather expected to continue throughout B.C.

Unseasonably cold weather expected to continue throughout B.C.

Average high in Prince George is 16C for this time of year

B.C. government gives $2.5M for Indigenous centre after concept plan is approved

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government says it will provide $2.5 million for an Indigenous centre in Vancouver after the approval of a concept plan.
Poaching probe after cougar kittens killed, dismembered on Vancouver Island

Poaching probe after cougar kittens killed, dismembered on Vancouver Island

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — British Columbia's Conservation Officer Service is investigating a disturbing case on Vancouver Island where two cougar kittens were killed.
Day passes for Buntzen Lake parking under consideration after hiker backlash

Day passes for Buntzen Lake parking under consideration after hiker backlash

Do you think the parking reservation system at Buntzen Lake is a good idea? The goal is to reduce traffic problems on roads near the lake. But hikers are worried the half-day passes aren't long enough to do some of the popular hikes.
Cullen Commission final report delayed again

Cullen Commission final report delayed again

Findings of probe into money laundering in B.C. now set to be given to BC NDP cabinet on June 3.
'Really frustrating': Fed-up B.C. salon owner goes viral after posting video of alleged theft

'Really frustrating': Fed-up B.C. salon owner goes viral after posting video of alleged theft

Her TikTok has been viewed more than 240,000 times.

Emergency calls now going through after five-hour 911 outage in part of southern B.C.

VANCOUVER — The agency that provides emergency communications for much of British Columbia says 911 service is back to normal across the southern Interior following a roughly five-hour outage. A statement from E-Comm was issued just before 8 p.m.

Teen hit and killed by dump truck while crossing street in Burnaby, B.C.

BURNABY, B.C. — A 14-year-old girl has been hit and killed by a dump truck in Burnaby, B.C. RCMP say it happened just after 3 p.m. Thursday on a road in the southeast corner of the city.

911 service disrupted in parts of South-Central Okanagan, says E-Comm

VANCOUVER — An agency that provides emergency communications operations for B.C. says some parts of the province are experiencing a 911 service disruption.