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Moose Hide Campaign’s bid to end violence sees march pack B.C.’s capital

Moose Hide Campaign’s bid to end violence sees march pack B.C.’s capital

Initiative sparks 30 million conversations about ending violence against women and children
Camaraderie of surviving veterans in Chilliwack like ‘second family’

Camaraderie of surviving veterans in Chilliwack like ‘second family’

Membership of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry waning, recruitment a challenge
Holdover wildfires slumbering through the winter increasing B.C. concern

Holdover wildfires slumbering through the winter increasing B.C. concern

Crews fighting wildfires near Fort Nelson hope skies open up after rainy Thursday
Snow falls on Coquihalla, Okanagan Connector ahead of long weekend

Snow falls on Coquihalla, Okanagan Connector ahead of long weekend

Environment Canada expected 2-5 cm on snow on four B.C. highways
Whirling disease means B.C. boaters must pull plug before vessel transport

Whirling disease means B.C. boaters must pull plug before vessel transport

Clean, dry and drain order also aimed at preventing invasive mussels
Poilievre talks election promises, slams Trudeau during Surrey stop

Poilievre talks election promises, slams Trudeau during Surrey stop

Federal Opposition Leader continues his attacks on Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government
Mother, stepfather get 15 years in prison for death of six-year-old Port Alberni boy

Mother, stepfather get 15 years in prison for death of six-year-old Port Alberni boy

Both Mitchell and Rykel Frank pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 2018 incident
NDP wraps last B.C. session of this government on the defensive: analyst

NDP wraps last B.C. session of this government on the defensive: analyst

UBC political scientist says province moves into pre-election summer with opposition in attack mode
Dog found dead, shot in chest in Vancouver Island woods

Dog found dead, shot in chest in Vancouver Island woods

BCSPCA leading investigation
Missing person or lost pet social media posts not always real, B.C. RCMP warn

Missing person or lost pet social media posts not always real, B.C. RCMP warn

Scammers urge people to share ‘heartbreaking’ posts, then change content to ad or fraudulent contest