- Deer with head in bag rescued by teenager's lasso in Grand Forks, B.C. CBC - 9 hours ago
In Grand Forks, B.C. a dozen locals likely saved the life of a deer that had a heavy bag wrapped around its face — and they did it cowboy style. It was pathetic," she … More »Deer with head in bag rescued by teenager's lasso in Grand Forks, B.C.
In Grand Forks, B.C. a dozen locals likely saved the life of a deer that had a heavy bag wrapped around its face — and they did it cowboy style. It was pathetic," she told Daybreak South's Chris Walker. On Sunday morning, the group set out to find the deer, and when they did that, they surrounded it to keep it from running …
- B.C.-Alaska night border closure will save money, but separate community CBC - 10 hours ago
People from Stewart, B.C., and Hyder, Alaska, have lived side-by-side for more than 100 years and have shared everything from emergency services to grizzly bear sightings. She said the new hours are scheduled to come into effect April 1, just before summer, when there are more tourists visiting the towns and the area has …
- Limousine, party bus and stretch SUV regulations overhauled by B.C. CBC - 12 hours ago
All limousines operating with perimeter seating — including stretch SUVs and party buses — will now need special authorization from the Passenger Transportation Board. The changes will eliminate the competitive advantages limousine operators had that allowed them to set rates, work anywhere in the province, and add vehicles …
- Metro Vancouver real estate bidding wars spreading to suburbs CBC - 20 hours ago
Real estate agent Nicola Campbell, who specializes in home sales on the North Shore, said this year's market is the busiest she's ever seen. Last month, there were 50 listings in North Vancouver for under $1.2 million. "I haven't seen anything like this in North Vancouver," said Campbell. According to Greater Vancouver …
- Buzzfeed bashes B.C.'s record-breaking warm weather CBC - 15 hours ago
The record-breaking high temperatures around the province have turned B.C. into a 'grisly, godawful hellhole', according to Buzzfeed.
- B.C. court overturns $1.75 million in damages awarded after logging blockade The Canadian Press - 11 hours ago
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's top court says the province isn't liable for nearly $2 million in damages suffered by a logging company as a result of a First Nations' blockade.
The scent of something burning forced an Air Canada flight bound for Edmonton to land in Toronto on Thursday afternoon, the airline has confirmed. More »Edmonton Air Canada flight forced to land in Toronto due to 'burnt odour'