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Conservation groups appeal B.C. port expansion, citing threat to orcas

Conservation groups appeal B.C. port expansion, citing threat to orcas

Delta-based project will destroy 177 ha of salmon habitat, threatening orcas who feed on fish, groups say
Parties, gatherings across the country as Canada cheers on Oilers

Parties, gatherings across the country as Canada cheers on Oilers

Edmonton’s improbable run to Stanley Cup final Game 7 has captured the nation’s attention
B.C. hunting guide fined $22K for taking clients into unauthorized areas

B.C. hunting guide fined $22K for taking clients into unauthorized areas

Richard Todd Bunnage has history of violating Wildlife Act, says Conservation Officer Service
B.C.’s Macklin Celebrini focused on hockey as NHL draft’s likely first pick

B.C.’s Macklin Celebrini focused on hockey as NHL draft’s likely first pick

San Jose Sharks hold the No. 1 pick and have indicated their intention to choose Celebrini
B.C.'s Capilano University campuses remain closed following violent threat

B.C.'s Capilano University campuses remain closed following violent threat

University learned of threat against student on Thursday, closed campuses for three days
Conservatives avoid taking clear position on supervised consumption sites

Conservatives avoid taking clear position on supervised consumption sites

Poilievre has been clear that he opposes decriminalization and safer supply options
Vigil honours B.C. woman killed in reported home invasion

Vigil honours B.C. woman killed in reported home invasion

The vigil had two purposes: to remember Tori and to call for justice for her
CN apologizes for whistles in Chilliwack, but cites safety after train death

CN apologizes for whistles in Chilliwack, but cites safety after train death

'Never walk, cycle or drive along railway tracks,' CN says. 'It’s hard to judge how far away a train is.'
'Something magical': Massive B.C. car show drives into Penticton

'Something magical': Massive B.C. car show drives into Penticton

The 22nd annual Peach City Beach Cruise kicked off Friday, June 21
Last surviving ironworker of B.C.'s Second Narrows Bridge collapse attends 66th memorial

Last surviving ironworker of B.C.'s Second Narrows Bridge collapse attends 66th memorial

Langley's Lou Lessard was working on the Second Narrows Bridge when it collapsed during construction on June 17, 1958. On Monday he attended the 66th annual memorial to the 19 people who died