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Most warnings lifted as heavy snow eludes much of B.C.'s south coast

Most warnings lifted as heavy snow eludes much of B.C.'s south coast

VANCOUVER — A weekend of Environment Canada warnings about snow over the south coast of British Columbia produced very little of the white stuff and all warnings except the one covering Metro Vancouver have now been lifted.
SFU researchers discover giant sand worms existed near Taiwan

SFU researchers discover giant sand worms existed near Taiwan

They're not quite the ones from Dune, but still big enough to cause nightmares
B.C. south coast still under snowfall warnings despite many waking up to rain

B.C. south coast still under snowfall warnings despite many waking up to rain

VANCOUVER — Many residents of British Columbia's south coast woke up to rain on Sunday after expecting an overnight snow dump, but Environment Canada warns snow is still in the forecast.
No foul play suspected after burned body of homeless person found in North Vancouver

No foul play suspected after burned body of homeless person found in North Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A burned body, believed to be of a homeless person, has been found in a forested area of North Vancouver, B.C. RCMP Sgt. Peter DeVries says no foul play is suspected at this time and instead this appears to be a tragic accident.
Capilano University adds more spots to its early childcare education program

Capilano University adds more spots to its early childcare education program

24 more seats added to ECE diploma program following $255,000 funding from province.
Snowfall warnings in place for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island

Snowfall warnings in place for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island

VANCOUVER — Residents of British Columbia's south coast are being urged to prepare for a blast of wintry weather this weekend.

Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. jail after 20 people test positive

SURREY, B.C. — Fraser Health has declared two new COVID-19 outbreaks, including at the North Fraser Pretrial Centre, where 20 people in custody have tested positive.
Metis Nation of B.C. suspends president, citing 'breach' of policies, procedures

Metis Nation of B.C. suspends president, citing 'breach' of policies, procedures

VANCOUVER — The Metis Nation of B.C. says its board of directors has voted to suspended its elected president, alleging there has been a breach of its policies and procedures.
Two Vancouver Value Village employees help return over $85,000 to owner

Two Vancouver Value Village employees help return over $85,000 to owner

"It appears the money was stashed away 25 years ago, or longer, and was forgotten about by an elderly woman who recently moved into a care home."
'Do not make plans,' warns Henry in plea to stem Family Day travel

'Do not make plans,' warns Henry in plea to stem Family Day travel

B.C.'s top doc says travel should remain essential, with a focus on staying local, until at least the summer