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Accused in Whistler fatal double shooting adjourned to mid-September

Accused in Whistler fatal double shooting adjourned to mid-September

The two Surrey men charged with first-degree murder in the July 24 killing of two men outside a Whistler hotel made video appearances in North Vancouver Provincial Court on Thursday.
Watch: Burnaby RCMP investigating alleged skate blade-to-the-face during hockey brawl

Watch: Burnaby RCMP investigating alleged skate blade-to-the-face during hockey brawl

Video of a Burnaby Adult Safe Hockey League game at the Scotia Barn on July 29 appears to show one player kick another in the face with a skate.
Almost 2,000 wildfire reports called in over BC Day long weekend

Almost 2,000 wildfire reports called in over BC Day long weekend

Submitting a photograph of a wildfire helps BC Wildfire Service plan and fight the fire, says ministry.
Half of Canadians in debt and lacking emergency funds, survey finds

Half of Canadians in debt and lacking emergency funds, survey finds

Over half of Canadians who have borrowed money over the past two years have yet to pay it back. A new survey reveals that the majority of young Canadians with debts, don't believe they'll be paying them back anytime soon.
Unbounce lays off nearly 50 workers, latest B.C. tech firm to cut jobs

Unbounce lays off nearly 50 workers, latest B.C. tech firm to cut jobs

‘Current economic environment’ among factors behind cuts, says CEO
Why monkeypox vaccine tourism Is a good thing

Why monkeypox vaccine tourism Is a good thing

When Jackson Hern asked his primary care doctor about getting the monkeypox vaccine in Seattle last week, he was surprised by the lack of information she had to offer.
Canada invests more in oceans protection, but measures fail to salvage sinking fishing boat

Canada invests more in oceans protection, but measures fail to salvage sinking fishing boat

Any commitment being made to protect Canada's oceans, coastal communities and marine ecosystems is “excellent," says the federal NDP Fisheries critic Lisa Marie Barron
Did Canada's COVID-19 travel restrictions slow the spread of the virus? UBC experts weigh in

Did Canada's COVID-19 travel restrictions slow the spread of the virus? UBC experts weigh in

Researchers say there are several factors to consider.
'Crisis is inevitable': 911 call takers in B.C. put out their own cry for help

'Crisis is inevitable': 911 call takers in B.C. put out their own cry for help

High demand for emergency services over the BC Day long weekend indicates a larger crisis is afoot, according to an open letter published by the union representing 911 operators in B.C.
Campfire bans have arrived in B.C. — here's where

Campfire bans have arrived in B.C. — here's where

Campfire bans in the Coastal Fire Centre, Kamloops Fire Centre and Southeast Fire Centre come into effect Aug. 4.