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5 Interior B.C. highways could see snow ahead of long weekend

5 Interior B.C. highways could see snow ahead of long weekend

2-5 cm of snow is expected on the Coquihalla, Rogers Pass and elsewhere
Chief says grave search at B.C. residential school brings things ‘full circle’

Chief says grave search at B.C. residential school brings things ‘full circle’

Gathering of more than 20 First Nations share knowledge gained in their search for unmarked graves
Gusty winds fan concerns about fire turning on B.C.’s Fort Nelson

Gusty winds fan concerns about fire turning on B.C.’s Fort Nelson

About 3,500 evacuees have descended on Fort St. John as wildfire threatens town
B.C. strikes ‘historic’ intimate image deal with social media giants

B.C. strikes ‘historic’ intimate image deal with social media giants

Meta, Google, TikTok, X and Snap Inc. agree to accelerate efforts to get images taken down quickly
3 men charged in fentanyl lab investigation by Vancouver police

3 men charged in fentanyl lab investigation by Vancouver police

14-month investigation led to seizure of $7.8M worth of suspected fentanyl, cocaine
Judge denies bid for injunction against pro-Palestine university encampment

Judge denies bid for injunction against pro-Palestine university encampment

Protest at Montreal’s McGill one of many ongoing across the country
4th murder suspect makes court appearance in Surrey temple leader shooting

4th murder suspect makes court appearance in Surrey temple leader shooting

The 4 suspects will next appear in Surrey provincial court on May 21
BC Ferries expecting 8 million passengers on 56,000 sailings this summer

BC Ferries expecting 8 million passengers on 56,000 sailings this summer

Victoria Day long weekend in May is BC Ferries’ 4th-busiest weekend of the year
B.C.’s housing permit drop ‘not encouraging,’ says expert

B.C.’s housing permit drop ‘not encouraging,’ says expert

Volume and value down as municipalities are struggling to meet provincially set housing targets
‘Namgis First Nation resumes lawsuit after disease concerns in B.C. wild salmon

‘Namgis First Nation resumes lawsuit after disease concerns in B.C. wild salmon

‘Namgis First Nation is reopening litigation against DFO due to PRV coming from farmed salmon