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Pitt Meadows woman may have been killed by a black bear

Pitt Meadows woman may have been killed by a black bear

The BC Conservation Officer Service is investigating 'the possibility of an animal attack.'
Video of laundry-snuggling North Shore bear goes viral

Video of laundry-snuggling North Shore bear goes viral

Young bruins are naturally playful, North Shore black bear advocate says
Fourth wave of unvaccinated could force renewal of restrictions, experts say

Fourth wave of unvaccinated could force renewal of restrictions, experts say

About 4.6 million of B.C.'s 5.1 million population are age 12 and older and eligible for vaccination.
How to adapt your pet to climate change

How to adapt your pet to climate change

New research out of the University of British Columbia is looking to shine a light how pet owners can best prepare their animals for what's to come, while at the same time lowering their carbon footprint.
'More slips, trips, falls': Fatigue hits BC Wildfire Service

'More slips, trips, falls': Fatigue hits BC Wildfire Service

The organization says it's seeing more safety concerns as a result of fatigue caused by a very difficult wildfire season.
No red tape preventing forest industry from fighting fires: BC Wildfire Service

No red tape preventing forest industry from fighting fires: BC Wildfire Service

BCWS responds to leaked minutes, which detail a call on July 12 between the service and several forestry companies.
Lytton woman files lawsuit claiming CP and CN at fault for burning down the town

Lytton woman files lawsuit claiming CP and CN at fault for burning down the town

A proposed class action lawsuit was launched Aug. 18 against two major Canadian rail companies after a Lytton, B.C., woman claims they are at fault for burning down her town
Artist left 'gutted' after First Nations tribute carving vandalized in North Vancouver forest

Artist left 'gutted' after First Nations tribute carving vandalized in North Vancouver forest

'I think it’s kind of lost now'
VIDEO: Beer truck spills load after trailer rips open on Coquitlam highway

VIDEO: Beer truck spills load after trailer rips open on Coquitlam highway

The trailer of a truck carrying apparent Budweiser cases and cans ripped open while travelling east on Highway 7 near Colony Farm Road.
Tsleil-Waututh Nation member becomes first Indigenous chancellor of Emily Carr University

Tsleil-Waututh Nation member becomes first Indigenous chancellor of Emily Carr University

Carleen Thomas is the first Indigenous person to be appointed chancellor of Emily Carr University of Art + Design, founded 96 years ago