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24 min ago | Canada.com
While the 2008 edition of the Pemberton Music Festival wasn't a disaster of biblical proportions, the event left scars that took time to heal for the small mountain town .
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4 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
Three men linked to the Hells Angels were convicted of manslaughter in B.C. Supreme Court Friday for the fatal beating of a Kelowna dad.
5 hrs ago | Castanet.net
Kamloops RCMP have a 36-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman in custody, both of whom will be facing numerous charges.
6 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
6 hrs ago | CBC News
7 hrs ago | Canada.com
An Alberta couple who allegedly arranged for foreign nationals to work illegally in Calgary and around Canada have been arrested on immigration charges.
11 hrs ago | Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times
Careless discarding of cigarettes in this hot summer weather is posing a danger locally.
The water that gushes out of the average home from flushed toilets or draining dishwashers and showers might not seem like a major energy source.
Assaults against two women should be enough to have a prolific offender declared a dangerous offender, says a Crown lawyer.
A race official was hit by the pace car as she appeared to run out to cross the course during the finish of the women's event at the Gastown Grand Prix on Wednesday night in downtown Vancouver.
The Fraser Valley Regional District has joined local residents' efforts to preserve the Dewdney Grind, a popular trail in Mission, B.C., from the threat of logging.
A huge fire appears to be burning near Oak Street Bridge, the four-lane connector which crosses the Fraser River, linking Vancouver and Richmond.
A seven-month review of Fraser Health has resulted in a new strategy that focuses on cutting unnecessary use of hospital emergency rooms in favour of improved primary and community care.
A bicycle hangs from a stop sign on Marine Drive were a cyclist was hit by a car last week.
A defence lawyer at a mass murder trial in Vancouver is attacking the credibility of a witness who received nearly $1.5 million that went to a gangster-turned-witness in the form of cash payments, legal fees and other expenses.
A 65-year-old man and 63-year-old woman were killed when their Chrysler Intrepid collided with a gravel truck and trailer at the intersection of Highway 13 and Police say it appears the truck turned left across the path of the car.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:43 pm
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