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B.C. filmmakers cut China trip short amid coronavirus concerns

B.C. filmmakers cut China trip short amid coronavirus concerns

Team working on snowboarding and skiing documentary
Celebration of life marks decade since death of Georgian luger

Celebration of life marks decade since death of Georgian luger

Provincial health officer says four people with coronavirus in B.C. doing well

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's provincial health officer says four people diagnosed with the novel coronavirus are doing well in isolation and would be cleared of the illness after two negative tests, 24 hours apart. Dr.

RCMP say search for missing snowmobiler in B.C. now a recovery operation

CHETWYND, B.C. — Mounties in British Columbia say they believe the search for a missing snowmobiler south of Chetwynd is now a recovery operation. Authorities believe the 31-year-old Fort St. John man was buried in an avalanche triggered on Feb. 2.
Contract awarded for Pattullo Bridge replacement in Metro Vancouver

Contract awarded for Pattullo Bridge replacement in Metro Vancouver

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — The British Columbia government has awarded a contract for the replacement of the Pattullo Bridge in Metro Vancouver. The $1.

Missing person report leads police to plane crash at airport in Merritt, B.C.

MERRITT, B.C. — Police say one person has been seriously hurt in the crash of a small plane in the southern Interior of British Columbia.

Tentative deal in lengthy strike at Western Forest Products operations in B.C.

VANCOUVER — Western Forest Products says a tentative agreement has been reached with the United Steelworkers union to end a strike that began at the company's Vancouver Island operations just over seven months ago.
Protesters plan to stay at legislature until RCMP leave Wet'suwet'en territory

Protesters plan to stay at legislature until RCMP leave Wet'suwet'en territory

Sea to Sky Gondola opening day event schedule released

Sea to Sky Gondola opening day event schedule released

Mayor to 'move on' after Uber wins injunction against fines in Surrey, B.C.

Mayor to 'move on' after Uber wins injunction against fines in Surrey, B.C.

VANCOUVER — The mayor of the Metro Vancouver city of Surrey has stood down in his fight against ride-hailing, saying it's "time to move on" after a judge ordered the city to stop ticketing Uber drivers.