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Charges laid after B.C. senior attacked during Prince George break-in

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A 74-year-old woman is recovering from injuries she suffered when a man broke into her ground-floor suite in Prince George, B.C. RCMP say the woman was asleep in bed when the break-in occurred early Thursday.

Vancouver airport boosts improvement fees to $25 to meet future growth

RICHMOND, B.C. — Vancouver International Airport will raise its improvement fees from $20 to $25 starting in January. Airport CEO Craig Richmond says the money will be used to meet future growth.

Power outages in B.C. briefly leave more than 120,000 customers in the dark

VANCOUVER — B.C. Hydro says it suspects a lightning strike caused widespread outages in northern and central British Columbia, but the power was back on a few hours later. The outages began Wednesday at about 9:30 p.m.

Power outages in B.C. leave more than 120,000 people in the dark

VANCOUVER — B.C. Hydro says it suspects a lightning strike has caused widespread outages in northern and central British Columbia. The outages began Wednesday at about 9:30 p.m. with more than 120,000 people left in the dark. B.C.
Invasive hornet found on Vancouver Island for the first time: B.C. government

Invasive hornet found on Vancouver Island for the first time: B.C. government

VICTORIA — An insect that is listed as an invasive species in British Columbia has been found in the Nanaimo area, which the provincial government says is the first time Asian giant hornets have been found on Vancouver Island.
Filmmaker Michael Moore will attend Vancouver film fest to mark "Roger and Me"

Filmmaker Michael Moore will attend Vancouver film fest to mark "Roger and Me"

VANCOUVER — Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is attending the Vancouver International Film Festival next month to take part in its Creator Talk event.

Manslaughter charge laid after probe into 2018 slaying in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — A manslaughter charge has been laid in what police said was a suspicious death in Surrey, B.C., in January last year.

New Democrat candidate steps down in B.C. on first day of federal campaign

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The New Democratic Party is without a federal candidate in a British Columbia riding for the second time in barely a month.

Victim of boat crash in Shuswap Lake, B.C., recovered and identified

SALMON ARM , B.C. — The body of a boater who disappeared in a British Columbia lake earlier this month has now been recovered and identified. Ryan Hartmann disappeared in Shuswap Lake on Sept.

Seven charges laid following series of luggage thefts from Vancouver's airport

RICHMOND, B.C. — Seven charges have been laid after the RCMP investigated a series of luggage thefts at Vancouver International Airport. Police say a Vancouver woman was arrested early last month.