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One dead, one injured in alleged hit and run in Prince George, B.C.

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Police are looking for a suspect following an alleged hit and run that killed one man who was using a wheelchair and seriously injured a cyclist in Prince George, B.C.

B.C. Liberals seek intervener status in probe of high price of gasoline

VICTORIA — Opposition Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson says he wants to be part of a probe of high gasoline prices by British Columbia's independent energy regulator.

Attempt to flee alerts RCMP to 'suspicious occurrence' in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Two men are in custody, two weapons have been found and a vehicle has been seized following what RCMP in Surrey, B.C., are calling a "suspicious occurrence.

New seats, new school, announced for students in Coquitlam, B.C.

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The B.C. government has announced a $67-million investment in schools in Coquitlam, creating another 820 spaces for students in the district.

B.C. heat wave sets 15 temperature records Thursday; more set to fall

VANCOUVER — Fifteen temperature records were broken in British Columbia Thursday and several more could fall Friday as a heat wave settles across the province.

First Nation tells court it should have been consulted after artifacts found

HOUSTON, B.C. — Members of a northern British Columbia First Nation are arguing in court that they should have been consulted on an archaeological mitigation plan prepared by a natural gas company on their traditional territory.
'Smart Drugs' features experiment among those fuelled by need to succeed

'Smart Drugs' features experiment among those fuelled by need to succeed

VANCOUVER — Toronto filmmaker Ann Shin was so intrigued by an animator's tales about doing some of his best work with the help of "smart drugs" that she wanted to learn how they would work if someone tried them as part of a months-long experiment.

B.C. measles outbreak prompts increase in vaccinations for kids: health minister

VANCOUVER — A measles scare in British Columbia has promoted a 106-per-cent increase in vaccinations for school-aged children compared with a year ago.

Low B.C. snowpacks reduce flood risk, hike chance of summer droughts

VANCOUVER — Snowpacks across British Columbia are below normal this year, reducing the likelihood of flooding but raising the spectre of dry conditions this summer.
Man killed in fiery B.C. border crash identified as pastor, father of three

Man killed in fiery B.C. border crash identified as pastor, father of three

SURREY, B.C. — A man who was killed in a fiery crash near the Peace Arch border crossing in British Columbia last week was a pastor and father of three from Richmond.