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RCMP warn 10 'money mules' to stop aiding investment fraudsters in B.C.

RCMP warn 10 'money mules' to stop aiding investment fraudsters in B.C.

Federal unit hand-delivered letters to 10 suspects on May 29, warning them of criminal consequences if they continue
Searchers scan aerial video for clues about missing B.C. climbers

Searchers scan aerial video for clues about missing B.C. climbers

Mountaineers last seen May 31, physical search near Squamish temporarily suspended
Can Kootenay factory-built homes help solve B.C.'s housing crisis?

Can Kootenay factory-built homes help solve B.C.'s housing crisis?

A provincial investment in Kootenay-made modular homes could help shift the market
B.C. looks into mushroom picking rush after First Nation reports conflicts

B.C. looks into mushroom picking rush after First Nation reports conflicts

Nations say foragers are putting pressures on the land’s fragile ecosystem
Federal court rejects bid to review not renewing licences of B.C. fish farms

Federal court rejects bid to review not renewing licences of B.C. fish farms

The application was launched by the Wei Wai Kum and We Wai Kai nations
Float plane, boat collide in Vancouver's Coal Harbour; 2 people injured

Float plane, boat collide in Vancouver's Coal Harbour; 2 people injured

Transportation Safety Board of Canada investigators deployed
B.C. United promises free shingles vaccine after seniors advocate report

B.C. United promises free shingles vaccine after seniors advocate report

The vaccine costs about $320 for the two doses
Pilot makes emergency landing at Manning Park

Pilot makes emergency landing at Manning Park

A small plane from Sechelt to Penticton made an emergency landing in Manning Park
Police say 2 Vancouver drug policy advocates charged with trafficking

Police say 2 Vancouver drug policy advocates charged with trafficking

Police executed search warrants on DULF’s Downtown Eastside offices last October
West Kelowna wildfire victim demands climate action on Parliament

West Kelowna wildfire victim demands climate action on Parliament

Women impacted by climate change from across B.C. came together in Ottawa to demand change on June 6