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Photos: Flood aftermath in Merritt and Abbotsford

Photos: Flood aftermath in Merritt and Abbotsford

Feds ban non-essential watercraft from flood zones in B.C.

Feds ban non-essential watercraft from flood zones in B.C.

It's not clear if shuttling services will continue to operate.
Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's new travel rules

Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's new travel rules

What you need to know about all of the advised protocol.
Environment Canada speeding up new atmospheric river ranking system

Environment Canada speeding up new atmospheric river ranking system

Environment Canada is developing an atmospheric river ranking system to help the public prepare for everything from localized flooding to 'superstorms.' After devastating floods hit B.C. this week, scientists are rushing to launch it by January 2022.
'A form of control': Why people panic buy and how to potentially stop it

'A form of control': Why people panic buy and how to potentially stop it

Panic buying and food hoarding is a natural response to perceived threats of scarcity in an emergency but it's also a response to fear and a need to regain control of one's environment in the face of a threat, a Simon Fraser University professor says.
Vancouver photographer shares spellbinding snap of the century's longest lunar eclipse (PHOTOS)

Vancouver photographer shares spellbinding snap of the century's longest lunar eclipse (PHOTOS)

"When the moon passes through Earth’s shadow, it glows in a striking reddish colour due to scattering of light."
Canada expands list of approved COVID-19 vaccines for travel

Canada expands list of approved COVID-19 vaccines for travel

A full course of Sinopharm, Sinovac and COVAXIN vaccines will be acceptable under the new rules
Abbotsford changes plans, work to patch 100-metre breach in dike

Abbotsford changes plans, work to patch 100-metre breach in dike

It's unknown to what degree the dike has been weakened.
Aboriginal friendship centres sue former executive director for $48,000

Aboriginal friendship centres sue former executive director for $48,000

A notice of civil claim alleges Paul Lacerte arranged a loan for himself relating to personal expense items.
Aftermath of B.C.’s catastrophic floods as seen from space (PHOTOS)

Aftermath of B.C.’s catastrophic floods as seen from space (PHOTOS)

Silt from the Fraser River is reaching almost all the way across the Strait of Georgia