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Impaired driving suspected in truck crash that set off gridlock in North Vancouver

Impaired driving suspected in truck crash that set off gridlock in North Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A man has been arrested on suspicion of impaired driving after a transport truck crashed on Highway 1 in North Vancouver, creating traffic chaos around the busy commuter route.
Fall from cliff kills snowboarder at B.C.'s Whistler Blackcomb ski resort

Fall from cliff kills snowboarder at B.C.'s Whistler Blackcomb ski resort

WHISTLER, B.C. — A snowboarder has died in an accident at the Whistler Blackcomb resort. RCMP confirm the man, in his mid-20s, fell about 20 metres from a cliff at one of the highest points of the resort, Thursday morning.
Man succumbs to injuries after shooting in Richmond, B.C., park, say RCMP

Man succumbs to injuries after shooting in Richmond, B.C., park, say RCMP

RICHMOND, B.C. — A man has died in a suspected targeted shooting in Richmond, B.C. RCMP say the victim was found in a park in the Steveston neighbourhood at around 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Cowichan First Nation issues stay-at-home order as COVID-19 spreads on its reserve

Cowichan First Nation issues stay-at-home order as COVID-19 spreads on its reserve

DUNCAN, B.C. — The Cowichan First Nation on Vancouver Island has issued a shelter-in-place order as COVID-19 spreads through its territory.

Man's body found hours after man, woman fatally stabbed in southeastern B.C.: RCMP

CRESTON, B.C. — Mounties say the alleged suspect in a double homicide in southeastern British Columbia has been found dead. A statement from RCMP issued Thursday says a man's body was found in Salmo, B.C.
Family demands better oversight of B.C. care homes after outbreak kills 41 residents

Family demands better oversight of B.C. care homes after outbreak kills 41 residents

VANCOUVER — The last time Bernadette Cheung saw her grandmother, she looked smaller somehow. It was August and the isolation of the pandemic had taken a toll, but the elderly woman with dementia still smiled warmly through her care home window.
Energy minister calls independent Site C dam report 'helpful,' will consult cabinet

Energy minister calls independent Site C dam report 'helpful,' will consult cabinet

VICTORIA — British Columbia's energy minister says he has received a report on the status of the Site C dam project and will soon present its findings to cabinet.

Head of B.C. university public health school apologizes for holiday travel

VANCOUVER — The head of the University of British Columbia's school of population and public health is apologizing for travelling during the school's winter break. Dr.

Plane that went into B.C.'s Fraser River hit power lines before crash: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. — A Transportation Safety Board report says a small plane that vanished in British Columbia's Fraser River last June hit a power line before sinking into the river.
Man with gang ties is victim of targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C., say police

Man with gang ties is victim of targeted shooting in Surrey, B.C., say police

SURREY, B.C. — Investigators are appealing for witnesses, dashcam video or other surveillance tape as they investigate the first homicide of the year in Surrey, B.C.