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Charges laid in fatal Salmon Arm church shooting

Matrix Savage Gatherhood has been charged with first degree murder, aggravated assault and disguise with the intent to commit an indictable offence. He has been remanded by the court.

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Four dead after targeted shootings in Penticton

RCMP say four people were found dead today in three locations within a five-kilometre radius in Penticton.

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Two people in hospital after car struck by train in Surrey

Police say the vehicle was attempting to cross the tracks at a marked crossing near 179 Street near the Golden Ears Connector in the Port Kells area.

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B.C. SPCA rescues Kiki the Pomeranian following horrific abuse

A vet found that Kiki had suffered an open skin infection that caused her skin to rot and several old fractures. WARNING: Graphic images at bottom of this story.

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Groups collaborate on anti-money laundering in B.C. real estate

Five agencies are banding together to help fight money laundering in British Columbia’s real estate industry.

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No dumping: Metro Vancouver residents reminded to dispose of trash responsibly

The Metro Vancouver authority hopes residents will help cut down on the amount of unwanted garbage dumped illegally.

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Langara College incorporates Musqueam name into core brand identity

The Vancouver school was first gifted the name snəw̓eyəɬ leləm̓ in 2016, as the school sits on unceded traditional Musequeam territory.

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B.C. Conservative MP Mark Warawa facing cancer battle, asks for 'miracle'

A Conservative MP for Langley-Aldergrove says he is undergoing tests to determine if he has pancreatic cancer — and, if so, how far the disease may have spread.

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Daily Poll: What do you think of Game of Thrones?

The final season of Game of Thrones premiered on Sunday evening and it seems TV-viewing audiences are split.

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Vancouver weather: Clouds are here to stay

There's also a high chance of rain, persisting throughout the week until Saturday.

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Security startup aims to give high-tech scanners test run at Rogers Arena

Canucks Sports and Entertainment owner Francesco Aquilini is an adviser to the firm Liberty Defense Technologies.

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Serious crash closes Highway 97 south of Okanagan Lake

Five people were injured in the crash, located between Summerland and Peachland. Three of the injured were sent to hospital.

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Engineers have since fixed the issue and the boat is operating though it will be delayed, according to a B.C. Ferries sailing notice.

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Jan Neutze: Defending Canadian democracy from cyber threats

Cyberattacks on civilians, businesses and governments around the world have become more frequent and increasingly sophisticated, with nation-state hackers moving beyond traditional financial gain and military espionage, to carrying out attacks against our democratic processes and the core...

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Geoff Cross: It's time for some straight talk on the SkyTrain extension to UBC

On Feb. 15, the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation approved the next step in planning rapid transit to the University of B.C.’s Point Grey campus. Rapid transit to UBC has long been in regional plans, and preparations for it are included in the council’s 10-year transit expansion plan....

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Man killed at Salmon Arm church was recent victim of suspected arson

One person has died and another remains in hospital following a Sunday morning shooting at a Salmon Arm church.

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'We get to Vancouver and this happens': Ugandan youth choir's touring van robbed in Gastown

Sawuti African Children's Choir had up to $10,000 in donations, raised to pay for education back in Kampala, stolen after their vehicle's windows were smashed

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