Skip to content

Home2

13 years later: Grateful business owner in search for mystery Saanich woman

13 years later: Grateful business owner in search for mystery Saanich woman

A phone call 13 years ago with a TELUS support worker changed the life of Robert Baird, and now he wants to say 'thank you'
Lightning sparked 59 wildfires in Kamloops Fire Centre in past 5 days: BCWS

Lightning sparked 59 wildfires in Kamloops Fire Centre in past 5 days: BCWS

The region has seen 1,118 lightning strikes since July 18
3 people stabbed in stranger attack in Vancouver; suspect arrested

3 people stabbed in stranger attack in Vancouver; suspect arrested

Vancouver police say that one man has been arrested after a disturbing triple stabbing that happened over 15 minutes in downtown Vancouver on Monday night (July 22). The series of stabbings began around 9:40 p.m.
Extremist group used public hall in Langley for 'comedy' tour

Extremist group used public hall in Langley for 'comedy' tour

Mayor says Township will investigate how rental happened
B.C. adventure travellers confirmed as remains found off Nova Scotia

B.C. adventure travellers confirmed as remains found off Nova Scotia

Salt Spring Islanders had YouTube channel, had recently left Halifax bound for the Azores
B.C. cop charged with careless driving in crash that injured motorcyclist

B.C. cop charged with careless driving in crash that injured motorcyclist

Sgt. Kris Sledding facing two charges under the Motor Vehicle Act
B.C.'s Connor Dykstra inks MLB contract with Mariners

B.C.'s Connor Dykstra inks MLB contract with Mariners

Sardis Secondary graduate finished collegiate career with favourable .908 OPS across three seasons
Navy ship docked in Hawaii after pump springs a leak

Navy ship docked in Hawaii after pump springs a leak

New arctic patrol ship HMCS Max Bernays taking part Rim of the Pacific Exercise after leaving Victoria
B.C. selects team to design, build Massey Tunnel replacement

B.C. selects team to design, build Massey Tunnel replacement

Final design and cost submission will result in design-build agreement between the province and Cross Fraser Partnership
B.C. police watchdog dinged $50K for discrimination of Métis job applicant

B.C. police watchdog dinged $50K for discrimination of Métis job applicant

The Independent Investigation Office denied it discriminated against the complainant