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Two men charged in shooting aimed at home in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Charges have been laid against two men in what police allege was a targeted shooting on a home in Surrey, B.C., related to a personal dispute. The men, aged 30 and 42, face several weapons-related charges each.

B.C. fuel up 4 cents, more hikes due as 'bumpy' year looms at pumps: expert

VANCOUVER — Extreme volatility in oil markets has resulted in a price jump for gasoline of four cents a litre in Metro Vancouver and an analyst predicts a further hike could arrive within days. Dan McTeague, a senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.

CP Rail says freight train derailed near Field, B.C., no injuries

FIELD, B.C. — Clean-up work is under way at the scene of a Canadian Pacific Railway train derailment just east of Field, B.C., near the Alberta boundary.

Woman, 90, dies following altercation in Kelowna, B.C., care facility

KELOWNA, B.C. — Mounties in Kelowna are investigating after a woman died following an altercation at a care home with another resident. Police say the 90-year-old woman was involved in the altercation at the care facility on Dec. 18.
YVR expansion, Western Canada’s rail plan brighten cloudy transportation forecast

YVR expansion, Western Canada’s rail plan brighten cloudy transportation forecast

CP Rail says freight train derailed near Field, B.C., no injuries

FIELD, B.C. — A Canadian Pacific Railway freight train has derailed just east of Field, B.C., near the Alberta boundary. The 27-car train went off the tracks Thursday at around 11:10 a.m. MST.
Nanaimo RCMP charge man after Christmas morning theft of gifts, stockings

Nanaimo RCMP charge man after Christmas morning theft of gifts, stockings

NANAIMO, B.C. — Police have a man in custody and a charge has been laid after wrapped gifts were taken from under a tree on Christmas morning at a home in Nanaimo, B.C.

Avalanche Canada warns of extreme danger as snow piles up in B.C. and Alberta

VANCOUVER — The avalanche danger in the mountains on B.C.'s south coast, the Sea to Sky region and in Alberta's Jasper National Park is rated as extreme.
West Vancouver closes all donation bins after accidental death

West Vancouver closes all donation bins after accidental death

Heavy snow, avalanche threat shuts parts of Highway 1 in British Columbia

VANCOUVER — Travellers in British Columbia's southern Interior faced challenging conditions Thursday and driving wasn't recommended as a severe winter storm was forecast to bring 40 centimetres of snow to the region.