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This B.C. teen was just named best baker-in-training in the world

This B.C. teen was just named best baker-in-training in the world

She travelled to Russia to compete in a World Skills competition
Bird watchers, plant lovers, nature seekers find sanctuary at oasis in city core

Bird watchers, plant lovers, nature seekers find sanctuary at oasis in city core

SAANICH, B.C. — The bird watchers gather in the parking lot at the Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary, binoculars and cameras at their sides, chattering about their most recent siting of a tiny wren or a noisy warbler.

Man dead after two-vehicle collision in Surrey, B.C., police say

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say a man in his twenties is dead after a two-vehicle collision in Surrey, B.C. Mounties say they were called to the crash around 1 a.m. Sunday after a Camero and a Mustang collided.

Police say two men arrested after a fatal shooting in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP have arrested two male suspects in the shooting death of a man in a home in south Surrey, B.C., early Friday. Police say they were called to a house where they found a 46-year-old man inside with gunshot wounds.

Overdose response team in Metro Vancouver shows promising results

VANCOUVER — A pilot project involving Vancouver firefighters and health care staff launched to stop the cycle of repeated overdoses is showing what officials say are "hopeful early results." Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart, city fire Capt.

Swimming skills, timely arrival of barking dog, save B.C. man from bear attack

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service says a man survived a terrifying bear attack by swimming to safety across a lake. Sgt.

No injuries as blaze levels Parkcrest Elementary in Kamloops, B.C.

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Flames have left much of an elementary school in Kamloops, B.C., a smoky ruin. Kamloops Fire Rescue Capt. Darryl Cooper says, with the exception of the gymnasium area, most of the Parkcrest Elementary building has collapsed.

B.C. government expands biosimilar drugs says health minister

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government says it's expanding its substitute drug program to include 1,700 patients with diseases such as Crohn’s and colitis.

New policy recognizing Aboriginal rights could accelerate B.C. treaty process

VANCOUVER — The federal and provincial governments along with the First Nations Summit have reached an agreement on a new policy approach that could accelerate the treaty-making process in British Columbia. Treaty negotiations in B.C.

Vancouver metal thieves steal equipment vital to fighting highrise blazes

Vancouver police are concerned that metal thieves in the city have created a new and potentially deadly safety hazard by stealing key fire suppression equipment. Sgt.