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Calves rescued by Lower Mainland mother sent to farms from Nanaimo to Kelowna

Calves rescued by Lower Mainland mother sent to farms from Nanaimo to Kelowna

They could have been veal, but instead they're living forever on farms
Vancouver's first two licensed pot shops open for business

Vancouver's first two licensed pot shops open for business

City Cannabis Co.'s Fraser Street location and Evergreen Cannabis Society in Kitsilano have opened
Pair swims out of SUV to escape B.C. floodwaters

Pair swims out of SUV to escape B.C. floodwaters

Mudslide cleared from track in B.C., but Amtrak service remains suspended

VANCOUVER — The company that operates a train corridor that was blocked by a mudslide near White Rock, B.C., says it has cleared the path of debris.

Vigilance urged for B.C. backcountry enthusiasts as avalanche risk remains

VANCOUVER — The risk of a natural avalanche is decreasing in many parts of British Columbia but officials warn that human caused slides are still likely.
B.C. 'adventure' traveller detained in Syria, missing for more than one month

B.C. 'adventure' traveller detained in Syria, missing for more than one month

Mudslide near White Rock, B.C., blocks Amtrak between Vancouver and Seattle

VANCOUVER — A mudslide near White Rock, B.C., has halted Amtrak's passenger train service between Vancouver and Seattle for two days.

RCMP investigate after skier dies in avalanche near Pemberton, B.C.

PEMBERTON, B.C. — A 42-year-old man has died in an avalanche in the backcountry near Pemberton, B.C., as officials warn the risk of slides remains high to extreme across the province and Alberta.

Kilometres-long police pursuit ends with spike belt and arrest in Langley, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Police say they have a man in custody after a police pursuit through the Fraser Valley and into Metro Vancouver. Surrey RCMP say they received a report of an assault of a person by a man driving a white BMW sedan.

B.C. removes prescription drug deductibles for low-income residents

VANCOUVER — Health Minister Adrian Dix says British Columbia has taken a "long overdue step forward" to help lower-income households handle the cost of prescription drugs.