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Vancouver police probe suspicious death, say public is not at risk

VANCOUVER — Major crime detectives are investigating a suspicious death in Vancouver's West End. Sgt. Aaron Roed says in a statement that officers responded to an incident just after 8 p.m., Tuesday.

Homicide detectives summoned after fatal shooting in Metro Vancouver

LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, B.C. — One person has been killed in a shooting just east of Vancouver. RCMP in Langley, B.C.

Global uncertainty prompts rethink of B.C. budget projections: finance minister

VICTORIA — British Columbia is downgrading its economic projections with revised forecasts of lower growth and a reduced budget surplus, citing global economic uncertainty and reduced property and natural resource revenues.
New searches fail to find any trace of B.C. family missing since 1989

New searches fail to find any trace of B.C. family missing since 1989

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A renewed search by RCMP for a British Columbia family who vanished three decades ago has found no trace of them on several properties.

Burnaby is latest Metro Vancouver city to declare climate emergency

BURNABY, B.C. — The City of Burnaby is the latest Metro Vancouver community to declare a climate emergency and announce plans to deliver carbon neutrality within the next 30 years.

B.C. greenhouse gas emissions near 2007 levels despite carbon tax

VICTORIA — Carbon emissions in British Columbia in 2017 were only slightly below 2007 levels despite a long-running strategy to fight climate change that includes a carbon tax, new data shows. The data released Monday by the B.C.

Advocates sound alarm on unfolding disaster in salmon fishing industry

VANCOUVER — First Nation and union leaders say there is a desperate need for relief for commercial salmon fishermen on British Columbia's coast.

Kater seeks southern B.C. ride-hail licenses by winter, rest of B.C. by 2020

VANCOUVER — Ride-hailing company Kater Technologies says it has officially applied for a licence that would allow it to operate in every region of British Columbia. A statement from the company says B.C.

New home named for Kamloops, B.C., students displaced by destructive fire

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Officials in Kamloops, B.C., have found a new home for about 350 students whose elementary school was destroyed by fire last week. District Supt.

B.C. police watchdog investigating death of North Vancouver woman

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating the death of a woman who was reported missing in North Vancouver.