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Rescue team optimistic orphan whale can survive and thrive once she’s freed

Rescue team optimistic orphan whale can survive and thrive once she’s freed

Stranded calf continues to eat offered seal meat as teams work to free her from B.C. lagoon
2 kayakers missing off of Greater Victoria coast

2 kayakers missing off of Greater Victoria coast

Pair last known to be paddling to D’Arcy Island Saturday afternoon
Abbotsford pedestrian killed in overnight crash along Highway 11

Abbotsford pedestrian killed in overnight crash along Highway 11

Police say female victim found around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday
UPDATE: B.C. interior wildfires being held

UPDATE: B.C. interior wildfires being held

Multiple wildfires sparked in the Kamloops, Southeast fire centres over the weekend
UPDATE: Wildfire between Williams Lake, Quesnel grows to 1,600 hectares

UPDATE: Wildfire between Williams Lake, Quesnel grows to 1,600 hectares

An evacuation alert was issued Sunday night for six parcels
B.C. First Nation to house largest off-grid solar project in Canada

B.C. First Nation to house largest off-grid solar project in Canada

The clean energy project is worth more than $15 million
Salmon Arm man blames significant injuries on ‘too long’ shoelaces

Salmon Arm man blames significant injuries on ‘too long’ shoelaces

‘I tripped’ – man known to police denies report of being thrown out of a car
Mounties seek help from Hwy 16 travellers in homicide case east of PG

Mounties seek help from Hwy 16 travellers in homicide case east of PG

Police have determined the body is that of missing man, Edward Michael Milne
Crown wants 6 years in jail for Kelowna woman guilty of $1.3M fraud

Crown wants 6 years in jail for Kelowna woman guilty of $1.3M fraud

Carey Earl has been found guilty of defrauding Access Human Resources, an agency that helps adults with disabilities
B.C. economist calls on Ottawa to get on board with more transit spending

B.C. economist calls on Ottawa to get on board with more transit spending

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative’s Marc Lee says Ottawa needs to spend more money faster