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Driver dead after vehicle goes in Seton Lake BC Hydro canal

LILLOOET, B.C. — The Mounties say they're looking for witnesses to a fatal crash near Lillooet, B.C.
RCMP say gondola cable at tourist attraction may have been cut on purpose

RCMP say gondola cable at tourist attraction may have been cut on purpose

SQUAMISH, B.C. — Police believe someone may have intentionally cut a gondola cable at a tourist attraction in Squamish, B.C., sending several unoccupied cabins to the ground early Saturday.

Planned ignitions guide the Eagle Bluff fire south, away from communities

VANCOUVER — The BC Wildfire Service says the Eagle Bluff fire south of Okanagan Falls has grown to nearly 27 square kilometres in size.

Canadian 'so grateful' to be back in B.C. after eight-month detention in Syria

VANCOUVER — A Canadian man says he wrote a diary on the walls of his cell in Syria every day to keep his mind busy as he wondered whether anyone knew where he was. Kristian Baxter of Nanaimo, B.C.

Man dies of his injuries after being struck by a car in Abbotsford, B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police in Abbotsford, B.C., say a man in his late 40's has died of his injuries after being struck by a car late Friday night. They say the man was hit by a Honda Civic on South Parallel Road around 11:30 p.m.
Vancouver pool is North America's longest and one of world’s best oceanside pools

Vancouver pool is North America's longest and one of world’s best oceanside pools

Southern B.C. wildfire growth offers hope for control say fire officials

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Wildfire Service says a fire in the province's south Okanagan remains out of control but its direction offers a better chance for containment.
B.C. Ferries passengers want less emissions as crown corporation plans for $1 billion in upgrades

B.C. Ferries passengers want less emissions as crown corporation plans for $1 billion in upgrades

Feedback from customers also includes calls for better spaces for pets, less noise

Bear bites dog, owner punches bear in a northern B.C. encounter

VICTORIA — A pair of tourists visiting northern British Columbia had a terrifying close encounter with a black bear recently.

More crews sent to B.C.'s southern Okanagan wildfire as weather shift possible

VANCOUVER — A stubborn wildfire in British Columbia's southern Okanagan has now charred an estimated 12.5-square kilometres of trees and bush near the community of Oliver and fire crews are working against time as bad weather looms.