The BC Wildfire Service is urging the public to be more careful with fire use to reduce the risk of human-caused wildfires, which divert valuable firefighting resources away from naturally occurring wildfires.
RCMP in Manitoba made a signifcant announcement Wednesday regarding the search for wanted fugitives Kam Mcleod and Bryer Schmelgsky:
Over the last two weeks, our officers have worked tirelessly to find the suspects wanted in connection to the homicides in British Columbia.
On Aug. 4 at approximately 9:30 a.m. the Fort St John RCMP were made aware of an attempted abduction of road flagger, according to RCMP Cpl. Chris Manseau.
BC’s Ombudsperson is monitoring the Ministry of Education’s response to the province-wide grade 12 exam tabulation error affecting students and families across the BC.
During the summer, many Canadians long to experience the great outdoors but research shows fewer of us are doing so these days. A recent survey commissioned by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) found that 87 per cent of respondents felt happier, healthier and more productive when connected to nature.
Dated: July 29, 2019:
For over two decades the Tsilhqot’in have battled to keep Taseko Mines Ltd. (TML) from destroying Teẑtan Biny and Yanah Biny with TML’s plan to create an open pit mine on a place of profound cultural and spiritual significance. Both TML and TNG have filed injunctions in B.C. Supreme Court and are in court today and tomorrow.
As the search for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky continues, RCMP are able to provide the following update.
The investigation into the Northern BC deaths has continued, as the search for the two suspects continues to expand.
Police can now confirm that the man discovered deceased on July 19, 2019 at a Highway pullout about tw0o kilometres south of the vehicle fire south of Stikine River Bridge on Highway 37 is 64-year-old Leonard Dyck from Vancouver, BC.
In a media release Monday, the BC Government said a record 223,273 people have shared their opinions in an online survey on whether British Columbia should continue to observe daylight saving time.
“It’s clear that the people of B.C. welcomed the opportunity to provide input on this important issue,” said Premier John Horgan.
In nearly every neighbourhood, in all parts of Canada, the hourly wage needed to afford an apartment rental is far above minimum wages and rising quickly, according to a new study released today by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA).