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‘I am just shaking:’ What people saw and heard during Fredericton shooting

A suspect opened fire and killed four people, two of them police officers, in a quiet neighbourhood

UPDATED: Two officers killed in New Brunswick shooting are identified

Four dead after shooting in Fredericton neighbourhood, with one suspect in custody.

Volatile Telegraph Creek wildfires expected to merge

Fire crews will be flown in to protect threatened village if road is compromised

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Blast from the Past car show in Coombs, 2018
Busy Saturday in Qualicum Beach
Errington Brush Fire
Parksville Lions International Kite Festival 2018

Emaciated orca gets first treatment after being spotted in B.C. waters

Vancouver Aquarium veterinarian Dr. Marty Haulena got a thorough look at the young orca

24 temperature records broken across B.C.

Extreme temperatures recorded in the southern half of the province

Woman, children flee after gun fired in Nanaimo home

Woman and two children safe, one man arrested and later released according to RCMP

Second Ahousaht man goes missing near Tofino

A search is underway for a missing Ahousaht man near Bartlett Island.

B.C. political battle over ‘dirty money’ heats up

David Eby seeks cabinet documents on money laundering moves

Surge in part-time work offsets full-time losses, helps drops unemployment rate

A rush of new part-time jobs offset a drop in full-time work last month to help Canada post a net gain of 54,100 positions and drop the national unemployment rate down to a four-decade low.

Children born to spies in Canada should not be handed citizenship: Ottawa

In a newly filed court submission, the government argues the Toronto-born son of Russian intelligence agents should be denied Canadian citizenship.

Temporary changes to QB parking

Town relieving parking issues around First Avenue

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Prosecutors to rest case at Manafort financial fraud trial

On Thursday, a group of bank employees told jurors about discrepancies and outright falsehoods contained on Manafort’s loan applications.

Parksville asks for further reduced water use

City asks residents to voluntarily restrict water use in hopes a comprehensive ban isn’t needed

  • Aug 10th, 2018

TimberWest and Island Timberlands sign affiliation agreement

Private forestry companies to share roads and co-ordinate stewardship

Martin Mars unlikely to see firefighting action in Port Alberni

Water bomber ‘isn’t anywhere ready’ for fires burning in its Vancouver Island backyard

Spectacular meteor show expected

This Saturday and Sunday, more than 100 meteors can be seen per hour.

1 dead, 8 escape after residential explosion, fire in Abbotsford

Police say six adults and two children escaped, but an adult male died

Former Burns Lake mayor faces 10 new sex-related charges

Luke Strimbold faces 29 counts of sex-related crimes

Snakes rattling up trouble for wildfire crews near Keremeos

Terrain near the Snowy Mountain fire, 14 kilometres southeast of Keremeos, is home to rattlesnakes