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One person dead in logging truck collision

One person dead in logging truck collision

“The logging truck was stopped for other traffic, and it was rear-ended by a passenger car.”
Car and sport-ute collide at Departure Bay intersection

Car and sport-ute collide at Departure Bay intersection

Emergency crews were on scene of a two-vehicle crash that occurred at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday
VIDEO: Salt Spring Islanders ferry piano to their floating home

VIDEO: Salt Spring Islanders ferry piano to their floating home

Everyone enjoys a little music on the water, but not everyone has a piano on their boat
Suspect in Revelstoke standoff killed himself: RCMP

Suspect in Revelstoke standoff killed himself: RCMP

Mohammadali Darabi, suspect in the Calgary homicide of his roommate, was stopped in Revelstoke
Clinton visits Vancouver, applauds Trudeau, celebrates Democrats’ win in Alabama

Clinton visits Vancouver, applauds Trudeau, celebrates Democrats’ win in Alabama

Clinton told crowd she cheered when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed the country’s first gender-balanced cabinet.
Ladysmith woman fundraises for sister, family left homeless by Chemainus fire

Ladysmith woman fundraises for sister, family left homeless by Chemainus fire

A Ladysmith woman is raising money for family members left homeless after a devastating fire on Stz’uminus First Nation land near Chemainus on Monday.
Bomb detonated in Kamloops neighbourhood

Bomb detonated in Kamloops neighbourhood

Kamloops RCMP are investigating after an improvised explosive device was detonated Wednesday morning
No More Shootouts: Strong defence will be Canada’s backbone at world juniors

No More Shootouts: Strong defence will be Canada’s backbone at world juniors

Head coach doesn’t want a situation where a hot goalie or a lucky bounce can determine a team’s fate
Proposed snowmobiles along Sicamous roads concern RCMP

Proposed snowmobiles along Sicamous roads concern RCMP

RCMP, ICBC and province not yet on-board with proposed off-road bylaw in the B.C. Interior
‘Assemble your own meal’ kits grow into $120M industry in Canada

‘Assemble your own meal’ kits grow into $120M industry in Canada

Kits offer a middle ground between eating out and grocery shopping