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Man apprehended after police incident outside North Vancouver court

VANCOUVER — RCMP say a distraught man has been apprehended near the courthouse in North Vancouver. Mounties say in a tweet that officers were dealing with the man on East 23 Street near St. Georges Avenue.

Killer and robber who escaped from Victoria-area prison now back in custody

METCHOSIN, B.C. — RCMP say two potentially dangerous inmates who escaped from a minimum-security prison on Vancouver Island have been recaptured.

Flood warning on B.C.'s Chilcotin River above site of the Fraser River slide

VANCOUVER — A flood warning has been posted in British Columbia's southern Interior for the Chilcotin River following heavy rains.

North, West Vancouver councils latest in B.C. to declare climate emergencies

VANCOUVER — The districts of North Vancouver and West Vancouver are the latest British Columbia governments to declare climate emergencies.

Vancouver film fest executive director to leave after 2019 festival

VANCOUVER — The executive director of the Vancouver International Film Festival is stepping down. In a statement, Jacqueline Dupuis says she's leaving following the 2019 festival "to pursue other professional and personal interests.

B.C. launches mental health-addiction youth teams in some Vancouver-area schools

MAPLE RIDGE, B.C. — British Columbia students in the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School District will become the first to get team support, or so-called wraparound care, for those with mental health and addiction challenges.

RCMP look for killer and robber who escaped from a Victoria-area prison

METCHOSIN, B.C. — Two inmates have escaped from the minimum security William Head Institution in Metchosin, west of Victoria. A release from the prison says Zachary Armitage and James Busch were missing during the head count at 11 p.m. Sunday night.

Suspicious fire in Surrey, B.C., critically injures two children

SURREY, B.C. — Two children are in critical condition after being pulled from a burning basement suite in Surrey, B.C. RCMP say the children and an adult were hurt in the blaze that is now considered suspicious.
Memorial held for members of Surrey's homeless community who have died

Memorial held for members of Surrey's homeless community who have died

SURREY, B.C. — Former residents of a tent encampment in Surrey, B.C.

B.C. civil liberties association to release CSIS papers on environmental groups

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association is set to release what it calls a "trove" of heavily redacted documents disclosed by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service on Monday morning.