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Chinese government launches 'Belt and Road' warehouse in Surrey

Chinese government launches 'Belt and Road' warehouse in Surrey

The consul general of the People's Republic of China in Vancouver extolled how the warehouses could be instrumental in expanding trade between the two countries. 
Injured dog hitches helicopter ride off Mount Seymour with NSR

Injured dog hitches helicopter ride off Mount Seymour with NSR

A golden retriever with injured paws got some help from North Shore Rescue and helicopter ride home
Public engagement to get Canada's buildings to net zero by 2050 begins

Public engagement to get Canada's buildings to net zero by 2050 begins

There are millions of buildings that will need retrofits in the years ahead.
Licensed professionals in BC Public Service issue strike notice

Licensed professionals in BC Public Service issue strike notice

The union represents about 1,200 professionals such as engineers, foresters, geoscientists and pharmacists.
Coquitlam hosting Team B.C. lacrosse tryouts for North American Indigenous Games

Coquitlam hosting Team B.C. lacrosse tryouts for North American Indigenous Games

There are three teams set to represent the province at one of the biggest sports events on the continent in 2023.
Sheen dissipates but sunken U.S. fish boat still in orca habitat east of Victoria

Sheen dissipates but sunken U.S. fish boat still in orca habitat east of Victoria

VICTORIA — The Department of Ecology for the State of Washington says an oil sheen from a sunken fish boat appears to have completely dissipated from an area of U.S. waters just east of Vancouver Island. The update comes as the U.S.
Bats are busy this time of year, but take care if you find one

Bats are busy this time of year, but take care if you find one

See a bat? Leave it alone.
Toxic drugs continue to claim lives, including North

Toxic drugs continue to claim lives, including North

B.C.'s chief coroner calls for safer supply across the province

Child unhurt after possible attempted abduction in Abbotsford, B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — A child is unhurt after what police in Abbotsford, B.C., describe as a possible attempted abduction. A statement from Const.
Activists ask for public investigation into RCMP enforcement at Fairy Creek old-growth logging protests

Activists ask for public investigation into RCMP enforcement at Fairy Creek old-growth logging protests

Environmental groups are accusing RCMP unit of "improper and unlawful actions"; RCMP says it seeks peaceful resolution of public disorder