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‘From lab to love’: Former research beagles play in Kelowna after rescue

‘From lab to love’: Former research beagles play in Kelowna after rescue

The Beagle Alliance rescued 10 pups that were being used as laboratory test subjects
More than 100 prison guards rally in Abbotsford over increased violence

More than 100 prison guards rally in Abbotsford over increased violence

Union representing correctional officers says incidents have gone up 45%
SkyTrain-straddling social media stunt sparks B.C. police investigation

SkyTrain-straddling social media stunt sparks B.C. police investigation

Police say ‘extremely dangerous’ stunt could land daredevil fines or criminal charges
As short-term rental rules loom, B.C. communities opting in and out

As short-term rental rules loom, B.C. communities opting in and out

B.C. Premier, Housing Minister issue reminder about new rules designed to create more rental housing
Schools on alert as Lumby death sparks community outrage

Schools on alert as Lumby death sparks community outrage

‘The grief is quickly turning into anger, as people go longer without any answers’: Mayor
Friends vow to continue search for missing Vancouver Islander Sara Sherry

Friends vow to continue search for missing Vancouver Islander Sara Sherry

45-year-old Errington mother missing since Feb. 15
Abbotsford MLA Mike de Jong to seek nomination for federal Conservatives

Abbotsford MLA Mike de Jong to seek nomination for federal Conservatives

De Jong previously announced retirement from provincial politics
In the line of fire: Armoured vehicle driver testifies at B.C. inquest

In the line of fire: Armoured vehicle driver testifies at B.C. inquest

Inquest into deaths of Surrey’s Nona McEwan and Randy Crosson continues in Burnaby
B.C. woman tempts stranded orca calf with ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ on the violin

B.C. woman tempts stranded orca calf with ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ on the violin

Tidal-timed concerts at remote B.C. lagoon added to the effort to rescue orphan killer whale
Hearing for B.C. child killer Schoenborn ‘off the rails’ as lawyer bows out

Hearing for B.C. child killer Schoenborn ‘off the rails’ as lawyer bows out

Schoenborn has been held in a psychiatric hospital since 2010, after killing his 3 children