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'Undue risk': Slain Surrey woman's accused killer had violent past

'Undue risk': Slain Surrey woman's accused killer had violent past

'The grief is all-consuming': Tori Dunn's family wants answers around accused killer's legal history
Land Trust proposing protected wildlife corridor in Elk Valley

Land Trust proposing protected wildlife corridor in Elk Valley

Non-profit seeking to acquire land west of Fernie to protect a key wildlife conservation and connectivity corridor
B.C.-based Sikh Motorcycle Club motors into Yellowknife with purpose

B.C.-based Sikh Motorcycle Club motors into Yellowknife with purpose

Group wants NWT exception for people to ride motorcycles without a helmet on religious grounds
Wildfire near Ashcroft grows to almost 5,000 hectares, evacuations ordered

Wildfire near Ashcroft grows to almost 5,000 hectares, evacuations ordered

The province is advising residents in the province to prepare themselves as the forecast calls for high temperatures and lightning.
Ambassador urges Canadians to show U.S. neighbours some love

Ambassador urges Canadians to show U.S. neighbours some love

Canadian diplomat says neighbours should be reminded of their important and positive relationship
Revelstoke remembers fallen firefighter 1 year later

Revelstoke remembers fallen firefighter 1 year later

Firefighters laid down to tools to honour Devyn Gale from Revelstoke lost her life while working with the BC Wildfire Service
South Okanagan featured in Amazing Race Canada episode

South Okanagan featured in Amazing Race Canada episode

Penticton and Oliver will be featured in July 23 episode
Law society still plans to challenge new B.C. regulatory body

Law society still plans to challenge new B.C. regulatory body

Law Society of B.C. expects the first stage of the court challenge to begin in early 2025
Wildfire season heating up as B.C. sees spike in blazes in Interior

Wildfire season heating up as B.C. sees spike in blazes in Interior

Evacuation orders issued around Spences Creek as two wildfires merge Wednesday
B.C. continues as ground zero for pushing boundaries of drug policy

B.C. continues as ground zero for pushing boundaries of drug policy

2011 Insite decision has been followed by ongoing testing of safe supply options and laws