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The City of Toronto now has $11 million in its coffers from the federal government to pay down some costs it has incurred dealing with an influx of irregular border crossers.
Timberwest employee found dead in truck not a firefighter
A transport truck caught fire just east of Hedley causing a grass fire
With all those helicopters in the air at once, and no radio control tower equipped with radar to track them, communication becomes key in keeping pilots safe.
A single wasp sting kills a 43-year-old New Brunswick man
The woman was one of four people to jump from the bridge in Sicamous shortly before 2 a.m. on Aug. 8
There are drop-off locations in several Northwest cities
More wildfires have started in 2018 than 2017, but those fires have burned far less hectares.
ESS stations now operating in Terrace, Smithers and Dease Lake
Kennedy Stewart recently gave up the riding so he could run for mayor in Vancouver
Decision made in 2017 through approval of Witness Reconciliation Program
Canadian and American scientists are analyzing samples to see how to best treat J50
Risk of wildfire now rated as “extreme”
White Spot’s annual Pirate Pak Day charity fundraiser returns for a ninth straight year
City of Penticton employee assaulted while landscaping
“Our guests, who have never seen anything like this before … those people will go away with a memory they will never forget for the rest of their lives.”
A man who initially evaded police has been identified as Matthew Glada and was taken into custody.
Traffic was rerouted for a number of hours in both directions while police investigated
“We are continuing to see very volatile and aggressive fire behaviour on this fire,” says BC Wildfire Service.
Some 14,000 firefighters from as far away as Florida and even New Zealand are struggling to curb the 18 fires.