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One man in custody after unidentified man fatally attacked in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Homicide investigators say one man has been taken into custody following a deadly attack in Surrey, B.C.

B.C. sees number of overdose deaths decline in first six months of 2019

VANCOUVER — The latest figures from British Columbia's coroners service show fewer people are dying from drug overdoses and the number of deaths related to carfentanil has decreased over the past two months.
Go Topless Day march planned for Whistler

Go Topless Day march planned for Whistler

Shift reductions coming to Tolko plants in B.C. as market remains volatile

VERNON, B.C. — Tolko says its Armstrong, Lumby and Heffley Creek operations in British Columbia will see shift reductions as volatile conditions continue to plague the province's lumber industry.

Panel calls for better suicide prevention services for youth in B.C.

VICTORIA — A panel of experts says there is a need for more timely access to mental health supports and services in rural areas of British Columbia to try and prevent child and youth suicides. The panel reviewed 111 suicides between Jan.

No end date in sight for crews working at Big Bar landslide in B.C.

LILLOOET, B.C. — Officials working at a landslide in northwest British Columbia say they don't know how long efforts to rescue spawning salmon will take on the Fraser River.

Economic outlook credits major projects in B.C. for continued growth: Central 1

VANCOUVER — A financial services organization in British Columbia is forecasting modest but slower growth for the province through 2022. Central 1 says economic growth in B.C. should remain just above two per cent over the next 28 months.

Icing, pilot decision-making causes for plane crash in Abbotsford, B.C.: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board says ice on the wings and pilot decision-making contributed to the crash 18 months ago of a Beechcraft King Air at the airport in Abbotsford, B.C.

Group wants new agency to oversee oil and gas industry in British Columbia

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Oil and Gas Commission isn't taking action that would protect the environment in the public interest, favouring instead the companies it is intended to police, says a new report.

Man shot by police in Surrey, B.C., is expected to survive: RCMP

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating a shooting involving police officers in Surrey. The RCMP says officers were called just after 4 a.m.