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B.C. cyclist awarded over $260,000 in damages after car accident

B.C. cyclist awarded over $260,000 in damages after car accident

Residual injuries continue to make prolonged sitting and standing painful, said a B.C. Supreme Court judge.
BC Tree Fruits offers apple price guarantee for first time ever

BC Tree Fruits offers apple price guarantee for first time ever

Apple prices are locked in
B.C. lawyer deemed 'ungovernable' disbarred twice by law society

B.C. lawyer deemed 'ungovernable' disbarred twice by law society

Aaron Murray Lessing of Surrey received a second disbarment because of his inability to properly close a deceased client's estate, according to a law society ruling.
Three die in head-on crash along Trans-Canada Highway through B.C.'s Shuswap region

Three die in head-on crash along Trans-Canada Highway through B.C.'s Shuswap region

CHASE, B.C. — RCMP are investigating a head-on crash in British Columbia's Shuswap region that left three people dead. A statement from Chase RCMP says police were called to an area along the Trans-Canada Highway near Sorrento Tuesday afternoon.
B.C. cabinet minister bows out of NDP leadership race before it starts

B.C. cabinet minister bows out of NDP leadership race before it starts

VICTORIA — A New Democrat cabinet minister has taken himself out of the party's leadership contest to replace British Columbia Premier John Horgan.
Ravi Kahlon declines leadership bid, backs David Eby

Ravi Kahlon declines leadership bid, backs David Eby

B.C. jobs minister says 'now is not the time' to run for leader of the BC NDP.
Unsettled B.C. weather prompts flash floods, complicates river level forecasts

Unsettled B.C. weather prompts flash floods, complicates river level forecasts

VANCOUVER — The city of Prince George is the latest to feel the lash of torrential downpours linked to ongoing unsettled weather across British Columbia.
RCMP looking for witnesses to viral B.C. rage incident

RCMP looking for witnesses to viral B.C. rage incident

Kamloops RCMP confirm they are investigating an apparent road rage incident last week in Brocklehurst, video of which went viral on social media.
BC SPCA puts out call for your best wildlife photos

BC SPCA puts out call for your best wildlife photos

Entries are being accepted until July 26
B.C.’s consumer price inflation heats up

B.C.’s consumer price inflation heats up

B.C.’s 12-month inflation jumped higher than the national figure for the first time since December 2020.