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Incendiary device was in bag scanned at Victoria airport; YYJ shut down until late evening

Incendiary device was in bag scanned at Victoria airport; YYJ shut down until late evening

Incendiary device and inert surplus military supplies found in bag that passenger brought to airport. Security staff raised alert after bag was scanned.
Multimillion-dollar museum replacement trumps Winter Olympics as BC NDP 2030 funding priority

Multimillion-dollar museum replacement trumps Winter Olympics as BC NDP 2030 funding priority

Sneak peek at the Vancouver 2030 Winter Olympics bid reveals major venue changes and funding shifts to municipal and federal government.
Vancouver investment firm fraudulently purchased for $100 million, panel finds

Vancouver investment firm fraudulently purchased for $100 million, panel finds

Gary Man Kin Ng touted himself as one with successful technology, real estate and manufacturing investments in Canada and China.
Tesla driver kicks out window to escape car fire in North Van

Tesla driver kicks out window to escape car fire in North Van

Driver said he couldn't find emergency door release as vehicle filled with smoke
Search and rescue crews recover body after man drowns near Nanaimo, B.C.

Search and rescue crews recover body after man drowns near Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — RCMP in British Columbia say a body has been recovered by emergency crews in a lake near Nanaimo. Mounties say in a statement they believe the man drowned while swimming in Long Lake this weekend.
Police-involved shooting in Surrey leaves woman injured: B.C. RCMP

Police-involved shooting in Surrey leaves woman injured: B.C. RCMP

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP in British Columbia say a woman was shot and injured during a confrontation with police in Surrey this afternoon. Mounties say they responded to reports of a woman with a weapon around noon.
Rumours swirl that Electronic Arts is seeking to be acquired

Rumours swirl that Electronic Arts is seeking to be acquired

U.S. company is B.C.'s largest digital-arts company employer
Farm owners navigate labour challenges

Farm owners navigate labour challenges

Temporary foreign worker wages and numbers set to increase this year

Indigenous-owned resort in B.C.'s Shuswap region damaged in fire but band to rebuild

CHASE, B.C. — Fire has destroyed part of an Indigenous owned and operated lodge in the southern Interior but the Little Shuswap Lake Band says it is planning to rebuild.
Farms in B.C. and Alberta latest to have confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza

Farms in B.C. and Alberta latest to have confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza

VANCOUVER — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has confirmed two more outbreaks of avian influenza in small flocks — one in southern British Columbia and the other in southeastern Alberta.