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Manslaughter charge laid after deadly post-Christmas assault in Chilliwack, B.C.

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — A manslaughter charge has been laid after the death of a man in late December in Chilliwack, B.C.
REPORT: J.T. Miller and Jordie Benn are quarantined according to NHL's COVID-19 protocol

REPORT: J.T. Miller and Jordie Benn are quarantined according to NHL's COVID-19 protocol

The Canucks will start the season without last season's leading scorer.
British Columbia reports 446 new COVID-19 infections and nine more deaths

British Columbia reports 446 new COVID-19 infections and nine more deaths

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials say staying active and connected is important for physical and mental well-being despite the challenges of COVID-19.
B.C. First Nation faces COVID-19 outbreak; community leaders issue racism warnings

B.C. First Nation faces COVID-19 outbreak; community leaders issue racism warnings

VICTORIA — A First Nations community on Vancouver Island hard hit by COVID-19 is facing intolerance from some members of the surrounding community while it fights to contain the outbreak.
Watch this curious seal check out a diver in Metro Vancouver waters (VIDEO)

Watch this curious seal check out a diver in Metro Vancouver waters (VIDEO)

Did it wave its flipper at the end?

B.C. watchdog investigates police shooting where man hurt in Chilliwack

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — The B.C. police watchdog is investigating an RCMP-involved shooting that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries in the Fraser Valley.
Homeless woman OK after man tries to set her blankets ablaze in Vancouver: police

Homeless woman OK after man tries to set her blankets ablaze in Vancouver: police

VANCOUVER — A homeless woman is unhurt but police want to catch the man who tried to set her blankets on fire as she slept on a Vancouver street.

B.C. government says land matching program reaches milestone of 100 farmers

VICTORIA — The B.C. government says its land matching program, linking farmers to landowners, has reached a milestone with more than 100 connections.
Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses

Special report: Restaurants, hotels, destinations and other ventures suffer severe business losses

Federal funds for new SFU centre to help Metro Vancouver cut carbon emissions

VANCOUVER — A new centre at Simon Fraser University will help cities across Metro Vancouver develop solutions on urban climate change and to reach goals for reducing carbon pollution.