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Firefighters responded to the canyon just after 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon after receiving a report that someone had fallen into 30-Foot Pool.
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Yellow plywood cards are being dropped in the Fraser River and tracked as part of an oil spill simulation research project.
B.C. students are just days away from the scheduled start of a new school year but there's no sign of a break in the teachers strike that has dragged on through the summer.
TransLink is trying to assure passengers it hasn't abandoned the Evergreen Line name for its latest SkyTrain extension now under construction in the northeast sector.
A young man accused of murdering three women and a teenage girl in northern British Columbia admits he was involved in two of the killings, but he told his trial Tuesday that he didn't act alone.
With Washingtonians gearing up to celebrate the last, long holiday weekend of the summer, travelers are advised to plan ahead for heavy traffic on the state's major highways.
The month-long Agricultural Land Commission consultation closed Aug. 22, and the B.C. government is compiling the feedback received from a province-wide tour and invitation to comment.
Some of television's biggest celebrities arrive at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles.
Fire crews have rescued three swimmers near Lynn Canyon suspension bridge, after they jumped from rocks under the bridge, plunging six metres.
RCMP Supt. Dave Fleugel, Insp. Dan Splinter, and Staff Sgt. Roxanne Dowden accepted an Ice Bucket Challenge, a team of willing volunteers dumping the water from overhead.
Brenden Parker, 18, and his father Baron are gearing up for the first-ever Brenden's Ride for Easter Seals on Sept.
Teachers across British Columbia were expected to be on picket lines beginning Monday in an attempt to increase pressure on the provincial government, but their union was saying little about its plans a week before school was scheduled to start.
On August 23 at 1:45 a.m., Kelowna RCMP received a report of a robbery near Rutland Middle School, located at 715 Rutland Road North.
A man charged in a mass shooting at a Vancouver Island sawmill where he was laid off six years ago may now be entitled to severance pay as part of a settlement involving a group of former workers.
A mining company that has filed two Federal Court applications against the federal government over the rejection of a $1.5-billion mine in B.C. now wants a full trial.
In three large greenhouses southwest of Victoria, members of the T'Sou-ke First Nation are nurturing 15,000 wasabi seedlings, the small community's latest business venture.
RCMP are looking for a convicted murderer who escaped from a federal institution in Mission, B.C., by getting into a waiting SUV and riding away.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:25 am
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