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RCMP investigating two shootings at different hotels in Kamloops, B.C.

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The RCMP is urging the public to be vigilant in Kamloops, B.C., after two men were found with gunshot wounds outside separate hotels on Wednesday morning.

B.C. company fights court order to allow public access to Nicola Valley lakes

MERRITT, B.C. — A legal battle between a British Columbia fish and game club and one of the world's largest cattle firms has taken another twist as the two sides fight over access to two public lakes.

Study finds costly but efficient SkyTrain best option for University of B.C.

VANCOUVER — A report studying rapid transit options to the University of British Columbia's Point Grey campus concludes a SkyTrain link is the only option that makes sense.

Four of 14 students in bus crash taken to hospital in B.C.'s Fraser Valley

MISSION, B.C. — Emergency Health Services says four students were taken to hospital following a school bus crash in Mission, B.C. Spokeswoman Shannon Miller says emergency responders received a report of the crash at about 3:15 p.m.

$7.5M, 5-year federal program to help Surrey, B.C., divert youth from gang life

SURREY, B.C. — The federal government has announced $7.5 million in funding to help the City of Surrey fight criminal gangs.

Nanaimo, B.C., byelection hopefuls at candidates forum as advance polls begin

NANAIMO, B.C. — Advanced voting is underway in Nanaimo, B.C., where a provincial byelection has the potential to alter the balance of power in the legislature between the governing New Democrats and the Opposition Liberals.
B.C. Speaker delivers report to committee, says it's under wraps for now

B.C. Speaker delivers report to committee, says it's under wraps for now

VICTORIA — British Columbia Speaker Darryl Plecas says he has handed over a report to members of an all-party committee outlining allegations that set off an RCMP investigation against the two top officials of the provincial legislature.

B.C. man who left moose to suffer before death is convicted, fined in court

VICTORIA — A man who illegally shot a moose in British Columbia's southern Interior has been fined $10,000 after leaving the animal to suffer before it died. The B.C.

B.C.'s largest public-sector union wants inquiry into money laundering, drugs

BURNABY, B.C. — The union representing thousands of workers in British Columbia says the provincial government must hold a public inquiry to examine organized crime, the opioid crisis, money laundering and its connection to real estate.

Fire next door to B.C. pipeline fuel tank facility won't be investigated

BURNABY, B.C. — The Burnaby Fire Department says it won't be conducting an investigation into a fire Saturday night a few hundred metres from a Kinder Morgan fuel tank facility in Metro Vancouver.