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Freezing rain hits the Coquihalla, Handsome the mastiff finds a new home after rescue and more

As Oregonians fear pumping their own gas, two Lower Mainland cities still don’t do it

In Richmond and Coquitlam, bylaws mandating full-service gas pumps have been in effect for decades. See more >

COMMUTER ALERT: Freezing rain hits Coquihalla

Heading up to the Interior this weekend? Expect slippery conditions, starting in Hope. See more >

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ crew transforms Cloverdale United Church for film shoot

Film crews transformed the church, with pop up graves and all. See more >

Handsome the dog sees better life after rescue

He was found in snow and ice in December, and is now cuddling up with a family in Maple Ridge. See more >

Royal Columbian Hospital’s new heliport now running

The new helipad is part of a $1.36-billion redevelopment that will increase capacity by 50 per cent. See more >

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Judith Guichon steps down as Lieutenant Governor of B.C.

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B.C.’s snowpack continues to increase, melting delayed

River Forecast Centre official says sudden melting further into the season could cause flooding

Another B.C. First Nation voices support for Kinder Morgan pipeline

Simpcw First Nation claims people living on one-third of pipeline route support the project

Protesters argue both sides of B.C.’s SOGI curriculum at teachers’ union office

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Prankster broadcasts fake nuclear threat in Winnipeg

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