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BC Hydro warns of 'EV bottleneck' due to pent-up pandemic demand

BC Hydro warns of 'EV bottleneck' due to pent-up pandemic demand

Electric vehicle sales in B.C. accounted for almost 10% of car sales in 2020, the highest rate per capita in North America.
No new COVID-19 deaths or outbreaks in B.C.

No new COVID-19 deaths or outbreaks in B.C.

Fifty-nine new coronavirus infections in B.C. since Tuesday, no deaths
Kamloops, B.C., man splits $70M jackpot with Ontario winner

Kamloops, B.C., man splits $70M jackpot with Ontario winner

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A semi-retired trucker is British Columbia's newest millionaire, after he claimed a $35-million winning ticket. Gary Hill, who's 61 and lives in Kamloops, chose all seven numbers correctly in the June 22 Lotto Max draw.
B.C. First Nation says emergency management went dark as wildfire approached

B.C. First Nation says emergency management went dark as wildfire approached

The Skeetchestn First Nation, which lies about 60 km west of Kamloops, was put on an evacuation order Friday night as the Sparks Lake fire exploded along a nearby ridgeline.
Baby girl killed, father hurt by vehicle in downtown Vancouver: police

Baby girl killed, father hurt by vehicle in downtown Vancouver: police

VANCOUVER — An 11-month-old girl has been killed and the infant's father injured after they were hit by one of two vehicles that collided in downtown Vancouver.
Police confirm human remains of missing Vancouver hiker were found

Police confirm human remains of missing Vancouver hiker were found

Jordan Naterer's mom shared the news on her Facebook page Wednesday morning.
'We are Lytton, we are strong': Village outlines hard road ahead

'We are Lytton, we are strong': Village outlines hard road ahead

'We are currently trying to operate it from a couple of laptops, an iPad and our cellphones'
Billion seashore animals may have died during B.C. heat wave, says marine biologist

Billion seashore animals may have died during B.C. heat wave, says marine biologist

The researcher found thousands of mostly dead mussels, as well as sea stars, clams, snails and barnacles while out walking at Vancouver's Kitsilano Beach in late June.
One arrested as police investigate assault at Coquitlam park allegedly sparked over water guns

One arrested as police investigate assault at Coquitlam park allegedly sparked over water guns

RCMP says little information is being released at this time as allegations circulating on social media of a weekend confrontation involving an Asian teen getting punched in the head.
Intimate helicopter weddings take off during COVID-19 pandemic

Intimate helicopter weddings take off during COVID-19 pandemic

Couples who couldn't have their weddings turned to helicopter elopements during the COVID-19 pandemic and helped the tour companies stay afloat during a difficult year.
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