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Maritime cargo congestion easing but far from done

Maritime cargo congestion easing but far from done

Transpacific container traffic to B.C. and other West Coast ports still bogged down by supply chain bottlenecks.
Angry drivers confront protesters on Lions Gate Bridge

Angry drivers confront protesters on Lions Gate Bridge

'Who gives a sh*t about climate change?' one angry driver yelled during a verbal altercation after protesters blocked traffic on Vancouver's Lions Gate Bridge Wednesday.

B.C. police officer charged with two counts of assault related to 2020 arrest

VICTORIA — The BC Prosecution Service has approved two charges against an Abbotsford police officer in connection with an arrest he made more than two years ago. The service says in a news release that Const.
B.C. commits $21 million to help rebuild infrastructure in Lytton after fire

B.C. commits $21 million to help rebuild infrastructure in Lytton after fire

VICTORIA — The fire-ravaged community of Lytton, B.C., is getting $21 million from the provincial government to help it rebuild essential infrastructure and services.
Accused in Amanda Todd trial identified by witness as renter of Dutch bungalow searched by police

Accused in Amanda Todd trial identified by witness as renter of Dutch bungalow searched by police

Former caretaker at vacation park tells B.C. court about interactions with man charged with "sextortion" of B.C. teen  
Coyote attack on pug caught on surveillance video in Kelowna

Coyote attack on pug caught on surveillance video in Kelowna

One of Carly Sachan's dogs being attacked in the front yard of their home when they were let out by a dog sitter.
Vancouver approves ambitious, 30-year plan to redevelop Broadway corridor

Vancouver approves ambitious, 30-year plan to redevelop Broadway corridor

Vancouver's council has voted in favour of a plan that will dramatically change the look of the city's Broadway corridor over the next 30 years.
B.C. lawyer suspended 12 years after misusing immigrant's $450,000

B.C. lawyer suspended 12 years after misusing immigrant's $450,000

Mohammud Massood Joomratty misled a foreign bank to eventually misappropriate $450,000 from a prospective immigrant, according to the Law Society of BC.
Rain swells north, central B.C. rivers but southeast levels to fall as heat arrives

Rain swells north, central B.C. rivers but southeast levels to fall as heat arrives

VANCOUVER — The River Forecast Centre says rising levels of some waterways in southeastern British Columbia could ease as runoff from heavy rain decreases, but downpours continue to swell rivers in north and central parts of the province.

Environment Canada issues weather statements as B.C. braces for heat

VICTORIA — Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for most of British Columbia, with temperatures expected to rise to the low and mid-30s across the province this week.