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B.C. food bank gets 300 pounds of confiscated moose meat after seizure

B.C. food bank gets 300 pounds of confiscated moose meat after seizure

The meat was donated to the Archway Food Bank in Abbotsford.
Mom of teen questioned by B.C. teacher for wearing regalia says son is 'proud' of his roots

Mom of teen questioned by B.C. teacher for wearing regalia says son is 'proud' of his roots

'If anyone knows him personally, they would know this is a passion of his, it's something he's proud of,' says his mother.
More British Columbians falling victim to social media, dating site money scams

More British Columbians falling victim to social media, dating site money scams

British Columbians lost $3.5 million to crypto-investment scams in the first eight months of 2021.
B.C. renter says raccoons urinated through her bedroom ceiling

B.C. renter says raccoons urinated through her bedroom ceiling

The critters were reportedly 'running and playing and making noise' at all hours of the night for months on end.
Sḵwx̱wú7mesh woman takes on Dragons

Sḵwx̱wú7mesh woman takes on Dragons

Leigh Joseph of Sḵwálwen Botanicals is pitching her company on CBC's Dragon's Den.
Steak, lobster and travelling the world: Port Moody man's $675K lottery win turning dreams into reality

Steak, lobster and travelling the world: Port Moody man's $675K lottery win turning dreams into reality

Ryan Spibey won a late September Set for Life scratch ticket and feels "on top of the world."
B.C. man looking for Halloween hero, wants to say 'thanks'

B.C. man looking for Halloween hero, wants to say 'thanks'

'It was really nice to have that happen.'
Single-event sports bets hit $25 million, says BCLC

Single-event sports bets hit $25 million, says BCLC

Bets on NFL and NHL games are proving popular.
Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall updated after possible listeria contamination

Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall updated after possible listeria contamination

Food contaminated with listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
B.C.'s chief coroner reveals city death tolls due to heat wave

B.C.'s chief coroner reveals city death tolls due to heat wave

Over one 25-day period, nearly a quarter of all deaths in the province — 595 people — were due to the late June heat wave. Vancouver, Surrey and Burnaby recorded the most deaths, according to the BC Coroners Service.