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B.C. RCMP and coroner seek information about man one year after body found

VICTORIA — RCMP and the British Columbia Coroners Service are asking for help identifying an unknown man one year after his remains were discovered.

B.C. announces seven new COVID-19 cases, including two more care home workers

VANCOUVER — A small outbreak of COVID-19 continues at a long-term care facility in North Vancouver as officials announced that two more health-care workers have tested positive for the virus. Dr.
As precautionary coronavirus efforts increase, Vancouver Canucks need to prepare for empty arenas

As precautionary coronavirus efforts increase, Vancouver Canucks need to prepare for empty arenas

Liquefied petroleum gas was aboard recently derailed train in northern B.C.: TSB

VANCOUVER — The Transportation Safety Board says seven rail cars that derailed in northern British Columbia last Thursday were filled with liquefied petroleum gas.

Body found after mobile home fire in British Columbia: RCMP

BURTON, B.C. — The RCMP are investigating after a fatal mobile home fire on the weekend in southeast British Columbia.
New storm would dump snow on B.C. mountain passes; centre warns of flood risk

New storm would dump snow on B.C. mountain passes; centre warns of flood risk

VANCOUVER — Travellers on many high mountain passes in British Columbia's southern Interior are being warned to expect winter conditions as Environment Canada posts snowfall warnings for those routes.
Suspect drives off with $60K worth of property in B.C.'s lower mainland: RCMP

Suspect drives off with $60K worth of property in B.C.'s lower mainland: RCMP

New York art students reconstruct faces of unidentified B.C. human remains

New York art students reconstruct faces of unidentified B.C. human remains

B.C. engineering firms a hotbed of employee ownership

B.C. engineering firms a hotbed of employee ownership

Top companies reap unique advantages from invested involvement of their employees

Two Surrey, B.C., schools 'deep cleaned' after contact with COVID-19

SURREY, B.C. — A school district in Metro Vancouver has suspended a community rental program and disinfected two buildings after potential contacts with the novel coronavirus. In a letter to Serpentine Heights Elementary parents in Surrey, B.C.