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Vancouver Island teen's quick thinking—and skiing—rescues woman buried in Blackcomb Glacier avalanche

Vancouver Island teen's quick thinking—and skiing—rescues woman buried in Blackcomb Glacier avalanche

'I knew it was a person so I just started skiing as fast as I could'
Wave of pollution from cruise ships expected regardless of new federal wastewater rules

Wave of pollution from cruise ships expected regardless of new federal wastewater rules

Transport Canada said it plans to implement  stricter measures for the treating and discharging of grey water and black water. 
BC Construction Association survey finds pay up but workers down

BC Construction Association survey finds pay up but workers down

More women are involved in the province's construction industry.
Nazi concentration camp connection inspires Prince George woman to organize Ukraine solidarity walk

Nazi concentration camp connection inspires Prince George woman to organize Ukraine solidarity walk

Russian invasion a threat to world democracy, warns protest walk organizer
Victoria's Tiny Town: How a collection of shipping containers became a community

Victoria's Tiny Town: How a collection of shipping containers became a community

A shipping-container ­village for those without homes prepares to celebrate its one-year anniversary in May.
Liver clinic gives patient new lease on life and cuts hospital admissions

Liver clinic gives patient new lease on life and cuts hospital admissions

Patient convinced she would have died without help from the new clinic, based at Royal Jubilee Hospital
Russian millitary bombing attacks in Kharkiv hit hometown of UNBC student

Russian millitary bombing attacks in Kharkiv hit hometown of UNBC student

Vova Pluzhnikov says Ukrainians drawing courage from president Volodymyr Zelensky in their fight against cruel Russian regime
Lone humpback whale wards off attack by nine orcas in Salish Sea

Lone humpback whale wards off attack by nine orcas in Salish Sea

Dramatic scene played out for about 20 minutes in southern Strait of Georgia, directly in the lane of a B.C. Ferries vessel
Hotels in B.C.'s Interior to house and hire Ukrainian refugees

Hotels in B.C.'s Interior to house and hire Ukrainian refugees

The two hotels have committed to hiring up to 10 Ukrainians who have been forced to flee their homes.
RCMP investigate the stabbing of two men in downtown Kelowna

RCMP investigate the stabbing of two men in downtown Kelowna

KELOWNA, B.C. — The Kelowna RCMP are investigating a double-stabbing in the city's downtown core. Police say officers came across a fight around 3 a.m. Friday and two of the men involved appeared to have been stabbed.