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Horse-drawn carriage industry supporters in Victoria plan rally

VICTORIA — Supporters of Victoria's horse-drawn carriages plan a rally on Thursday after learning city councillors have asked staff to examine phasing out the industry.
B.C. forestry sector maintains full focus on Chinese market

B.C. forestry sector maintains full focus on Chinese market

Despite calls to diversify, industry bets on Asia

Two kids from U.S. rescued after spending night alone on B.C. mountain

COQUITLAM, B.C. — After getting lost hiking and spending the night alone on steep terrain, two kids have been rescued Monday morning from Burke Mountain in Coquitlam, B.C.

B.C. ferry delayed 10 minutes because of swimming black bear at Horseshoe Bay

VANCOUER, B.C. — On the balmy Saturday morning at the beginning of the long weekend, little did the passengers of a ferry in B.C. know that they would be delayed by a black bear taking a dip.

Pedestrian dies of injuries after being struck by car in Vancouver

Vancouver police say a 38-year-old city man has died of his injuries after being hit by a car Saturday evening. They say the man was struck by a Honda Civic around 7 p.m. while the crossing East 57 Avenue mid-block, near Prince Edward Street.

One dead, one in hospital following suspected carbon monoxide poisoning

SALMON ARM , B.C. — One person is dead and one is in serious condition following a possible carbon monoxide poisoning at a private campground just outside Salmon Arm, B.C. Salmon Arm RCMP say they responded to a call on Saturday just after 10 a.m.
VIDEO: Watch these 2 thieves arrogantly try to steal a bait car in B.C.

VIDEO: Watch these 2 thieves arrogantly try to steal a bait car in B.C.

Saturday night crash in Surrey, B.C., leaves four injured, three seriously

SURREY, B.C. — Four young people were taken to hospital, three of them in serious condition, following a crash in Surrey, B.C., early Saturday. RCMP say they were called to the scene of a single-vehicle collision at 12:35 a.m.
B.C. janitor who won $7M in lottery says he won’t stop being a janitor

B.C. janitor who won $7M in lottery says he won’t stop being a janitor

B.C. reports high returns on speculation tax forms, 99 per cent will not pay tax

VICTORIA — The Ministry of Finance says more than 97 per cent of people in British Columbia who received speculation and vacancy tax notices have filed their declaration forms. The ministry says about 1.