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Squamish photographer snaps adorable image of  black bears (PHOTO)

Squamish photographer snaps adorable image of black bears (PHOTO)

She was walking along a Squamish trail when she spotted this black bear sow and her yearling. 
Vancouver mammal rescue organization has hilarious tips for what to do if you see a seal in need

Vancouver mammal rescue organization has hilarious tips for what to do if you see a seal in need

If you see a baby seal, don't take it home
Pender Island couple living off the land more than met the challenge

Pender Island couple living off the land more than met the challenge

It's been almost a year since Stef Lowey and Chris Hall decided to eat what they catch, grow, harvest and raise on their half-acre property on Pender Island
More than 250 wildfires continue to burn in British Columbia

More than 250 wildfires continue to burn in British Columbia

VANCOUVER — The BC Wildfire Service says there are 257 wildfires currently burning in the province. That's one fewer than Saturday's update, but down from about 300 earlier in the week.

RCMP say they broke up fight between rival biker gangs in British Columbia

CRANBROOK, B.C. — Mounties in British Columbia say they had to break up a fight between rival outlaw motorcycle gangs from Alberta that sent several people to hospital.
B.C.'s Adopt A Highway campaign relaunches year after COVID-19 cancellation

B.C.'s Adopt A Highway campaign relaunches year after COVID-19 cancellation

Residents are encouraged to volunteer time and effort to clean up their local highway for the benefit of the surrounding environment — and our own social sake.
Number of active wildfires in B.C. drops, one evacuation order lifted

Number of active wildfires in B.C. drops, one evacuation order lifted

VANCOUVER — The BC Wildfire Service says there are 258 wildfires currently burning in the province. That's down from 275 fires reported in its last update Friday, and down from about 300 earlier in the week.
It is legal to farm foxes for their fur in B.C. Here's why they are killed by anal electrocution

It is legal to farm foxes for their fur in B.C. Here's why they are killed by anal electrocution

An FOI reveals that there is interest in opening a fox farm in B.C.
B.C.'s fluid wildfire situation prompts evacuations for some, relief for others

B.C.'s fluid wildfire situation prompts evacuations for some, relief for others

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Cooler temperatures gave firefighting crews in British Columbia some reprieve on Friday as most wildfires burned in the southern half of the province.
Vancouver deploys water cannons to save trees hit by heat wave

Vancouver deploys water cannons to save trees hit by heat wave

Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation staff are using several FireBozz water cannons to wet trees in areas of the city that don't have access to irrigation.