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Updated: Significant rock fall at the Grand Wall of the Stawamus Chief

Updated: Significant rock fall at the Grand Wall of the Stawamus Chief

Squamish Fire Rescue reports the fall did not injure anyone.
BC Hydro breaks record for electricity use

BC Hydro breaks record for electricity use

Sunday night electricity consumption predicted to break another record
Some vaccine recipients to be sent elsewhere due to extreme heat in B.C.

Some vaccine recipients to be sent elsewhere due to extreme heat in B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health is diverting clients away from some COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinics due to extremely high temperatures in the region.
Wildfire that started in structure now under control in B.C.'s southern Interior

Wildfire that started in structure now under control in B.C.'s southern Interior

PEACHLAND, B.C. — Residents evacuated from their homes in the town of Peachland in B.C.'s southern Interior are now allowed to return home, as crews have brought a wildfire in the area under control.

Structure fire spreads to wildfire 'being held' in B.C.'s southern Interior

PEACHLAND, B.C. — Some properties were evacuated and others placed on alert as crews fight a fire now classified as being held in the town of Peachland in B.C.'s southern Interior.
Air quality advisory in effect for parts of Vancouver, Fraser Valley amid heatwave

Air quality advisory in effect for parts of Vancouver, Fraser Valley amid heatwave

VANCOUVER — An air quality advisory is in effect for eastern parts of Metro Vancouver and the central Fraser Valley amid a wave of extremely hot and sunny weather.

RCMP say no risk to the public after fatal double shooting in Richmond, B.C.

RICHMOND, B.C. — Police say they're investigating a double homicide in a residential area of Richmond, B.C. RCMP say they got a report around 8:40 p.m.
RCMP make 18 arrests at old-growth logging blockades on Vancouver Island

RCMP make 18 arrests at old-growth logging blockades on Vancouver Island

PORT RENFREW, B.C. — Police arrested 18 people Friday as they continued to enforce an injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on southern Vancouver Island.
Public concerns about COVID-19 services, policies highlight B.C. ombudsperson report

Public concerns about COVID-19 services, policies highlight B.C. ombudsperson report

VICTORIA — Public concerns about government policies and services on COVID-19 are highlighted in the annual report released Friday by the office of British Columbia's ombudsperson.
B.C. reports 72 new COVID-19 cases, as pop-up clinics move indoors due to heat

B.C. reports 72 new COVID-19 cases, as pop-up clinics move indoors due to heat

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials are urging residents to prepare for high temperatures if they attend vaccination clinics this weekend. Provincial health officer Dr.