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'Horrific and deeply disturbing crime': Senior attacked by pair posing as Vancouver police officers

'Horrific and deeply disturbing crime': Senior attacked by pair posing as Vancouver police officers

It's believed the victim let the two men in after they knocked on her door claiming to be police officers
BCLC calls on Canada to legalize 'single-event' sports bets

BCLC calls on Canada to legalize 'single-event' sports bets

The BCLC expects single-event sports betting would generate an estimated $125 to $175 million in additional revenue through online and land-based opportunities.
1 hurt in avalanche, experts urge caution as conditions risky on some B.C. mountains

1 hurt in avalanche, experts urge caution as conditions risky on some B.C. mountains

VANCOUVER — A report on the Avalanche Canada website says one skier has been seriously hurt in an avalanche on central Vancouver Island. The report says it happened Sunday on Mount Cameron, southwest of Courtenay.
Possible brush with COVID-19 variant prompts tests at Maple Ridge, B.C., high school

Possible brush with COVID-19 variant prompts tests at Maple Ridge, B.C., high school

MAPLE RIDGE, B.C.
Boat with three people aboard explodes on Fraser River

Boat with three people aboard explodes on Fraser River

Two adults and one teen were taking the newly-acquired 20-foot boat out for a test ride when the fuel tank exploded.
FBI joins Saanich police, RCMP investigating 2008 unsolved murder of Lindsay Buziak

FBI joins Saanich police, RCMP investigating 2008 unsolved murder of Lindsay Buziak

SAANICH, B.C. — Investigators from the United States have joined a new team taking a fresh look at the unsolved homicide of Victoria real estate agent Lindsay Buziak and police say there's movement in the 13-year-old case.
North Shore Rescue saves teen snowboarders in avalanche-prone terrain near Mount Seymour

North Shore Rescue saves teen snowboarders in avalanche-prone terrain near Mount Seymour

The rescue occurred one day after Avalanche Canada forecasters issued a special public avalanche warning for B.C.'s South Coast region
'I saw her cry for 7 months': cancelled flights to Mexico prompt anxiety over family separation, migrant workers

'I saw her cry for 7 months': cancelled flights to Mexico prompt anxiety over family separation, migrant workers

The three-month cancellation of Canadian flights to Mexico and the Caribbean has prompted anxiety over family separation and fears the measures could interrupt the flow of migrant workers and lead to a North America-wide recession
27 B.C. flights flagged for COVID-19 exposures over past week

27 B.C. flights flagged for COVID-19 exposures over past week

The flights were added to the BCCDC's list of public exposures between Jan. 24 and Jan. 29
How to stand out in the COVID-19 job market

How to stand out in the COVID-19 job market

Here are a few steps that you can take to make sure you can stand out in today’s job market.