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1 hr ago | Brandon Sun
The Mounties say a dashboard camera from a tractor-trailer captured a tour bus rollover that injured dozens of people on a B.C. highway and it appears speed is not a factor.
5 hrs ago | Canada.com
Six passengers are in critical condition and being transported to nearby hospitals after a tour bus carrying 56 people rolled over about 20 kilometres south of Merritt on the Coquihalla Highway on Thursday afternoon.
Police say a nine-year-old girl was abducted from her bedroom while she slept and sexually assaulted by a man who then left her in a nearby yard in Surrey, B.C. RCMP say the girl's mother called 911 on Wednesday night to say her daughter fled back to her home after the alleged abuser took off.
Dozens of people were injured, six of them critically, when a tour bus rolled over Thursday on a mountain highway in British Columbia.
As of Thursday, fires had burned up more than 330,000 hectares across the province and are expected to soon surpass the 337,000 hectares destroyed in the 2010 fire season.
The Queen's youngest son, Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, and his wife, the Countess of Wessex, Sophie Rhys-Jones, are scheduled to tour B.C. between Sept.
Charges of possessing and distributing child pornography and obstructing justice have been laid against a 39-year-old Abbotsford, B.C., man.
A B.C. teacher has resigned after he allegedly let young girls sit on his lap and looked at child porn and incest on a school computer.
Cody Alan Legebokoff is shown in a B.C. RCMP handout photo. A young British Columbia man accused of killing three women and a 15-year-old girl says he was present when each of the victims died, but he told his trial that other people murdered the women and the girl killed herself.
A mourning Pitt Meadows family will be in front of City council Tuesday pleading for changes to the vicious dog bylaw.
This is a screen shot from an elevator video taken in late July in a Vancouver, B.C., apartment building.
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.
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.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 01:47 pm
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