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Orcas spotted swimming in West Vancouver waters as snow falls (VIDEO)

Orcas spotted swimming in West Vancouver waters as snow falls (VIDEO)

It doesn't get much more magical than this... 😍
Delivering COVID-19 vaccine to B.C. First Nations by goal still possible: officials

Delivering COVID-19 vaccine to B.C. First Nations by goal still possible: officials

VANCOUVER — The top doctor at British Columbia's First Nations Health Authority says active cases of COVID-19 are down after a "significant spike" in early January, and delivering the vaccine to all Indigenous communities by the end of next month is
Man falls through ice on Kalamalka Lake while warning kids to get away from edge

Man falls through ice on Kalamalka Lake while warning kids to get away from edge

Snow-spotting: Dinosaur takes dog for walk in Metro Vancouver snowstorm (VIDEO)

Snow-spotting: Dinosaur takes dog for walk in Metro Vancouver snowstorm (VIDEO)

Hard to say who was having more fun with the walkies, the dino or the doggo. 
Feds leaving it to provinces to request military help for vaccine rollout

Feds leaving it to provinces to request military help for vaccine rollout

Military already playing a role in rollout but it will be up to jurisdictions to request further assistance
Former cop in prison for murdering his wife can continue escorted absences from prison

Former cop in prison for murdering his wife can continue escorted absences from prison

Keith Wiens was found guilty of second-degree murder in 2013.
B.C. woman with weeks to live weds on Family Day

B.C. woman with weeks to live weds on Family Day

Kandace Harry was diagnosed with cervical cancer in December 2019.
B.C. photographer wins top prize in Canadian Geographic photo competition

B.C. photographer wins top prize in Canadian Geographic photo competition

Photographers were asked to capture their concept of home.
Hikers rescued after getting stuck on icy cliff in closed off area on Grouse Mountain

Hikers rescued after getting stuck on icy cliff in closed off area on Grouse Mountain

“They became stuck in very steep terrain in ice and snow, above cliff bands.”
Nearly two dozen vehicles tried to navigate Okanagan Connector with inadequate tires

Nearly two dozen vehicles tried to navigate Okanagan Connector with inadequate tires

Other tickets were also handed out, including ones for brake issues and not having a licence.