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D.C.-area forecast: Heat wave continues through midweek and beyond
These kinds of extended heat waves can wear you down, and this may be just the beginning. When I think summer in D.C., I think “hazy, hot and humid." That’s exactly what we’ll see through midweek and ...
Calgarians call for justice for B.C. student dragged, stepped on by RCMP during wellness check
About 100 Calgarians rallied in front of city hall on Saturday to call for an end to police brutality and for justice for Mona Wang.
Driver of McLaren totalled on B.C. highway blames hydroplaning for the crash
The victim of a car crash that took place Wednesday on the Coquihalla is sharing his side of the story. Brent Marshall was returning to Kelowna from Vancouver on Wednesday just before 4 p.m. when. . .
Should Weakness in A.G. BARR p.l.c.'s (LON:BAG) Stock Be Seen As A Sign That Market Will Correct The Share Price Given Decent Financials?
A.G. BARR (LON:BAG) has had a rough month with its share price down 7.3%. But if you pay close attention, you might find that its key financial indicators look quite decent, which could mean that the ...
Mudslide washes out Shuswap town's water system as flooding persists across B.C.
The mudslide was one of several incidents across the province over the past few days. Flood warnings and advisories from the B.C. River Forecasting Centre covered nearly half the province.
B.C. high school drops Rebels sports name linked to American Civil War
The reasoning, said the school district, was that the team name was directly linked to the American Civil War.
How sparrows from B.C. spread a new song to the rest of North America
A team of biologists spent 14 years tracking how a group of birds from B.C. became song influencers, eventually changing how the white-throated sparrow warbles from the Rocky Mountains all the way to ...
Dr. Bevan Hughes and Tracy Porteous: Gender-based violence amid COVID-19 is B.C.'s shadow pandemic
While the COVID-19 onslaught has been flattened for now, the prevalence of gender-based violence has surged with devastating consequences on the health of our communities. We apologize, but this video ...
COVID-19 update for July 4: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.
We’ll provide summaries of what’s going on in B.C. right here so you can get the latest news at a glance. This page will be updated regularly throughout the day, with developments added as they happen ...
Movie theatres in B.C.’s Interior reopening their doors
Films being shown on the big screen won’t be new releases, though. Instead, old favourites or movies that had been released before theatres closed because of coronavirus concerns will be shown.
Mud slide cripples Seymour Arm water system, high water closes some B.C. roads
The Columbia Shuswap Regional District says a mudslide caused largely by recent rains wiped out a water system that supplies water to about 500 ...