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B.C.'s youth in care to receive iPhones: ministry

B.C.'s youth in care to receive iPhones: ministry

Minister Mitzi Dean says the program is the first project of its kind in the province and, in collaboration with Telus, will distribute iPhones equipped with voice, five gigabytes of data, a phone case, screen protector and charger, all paid for by government.

B.C.'s youth in care to receive iPhones: ministry

No train link to wildfire in Lytton, B.C.: TSB

No train link to wildfire in Lytton, B.C.: TSB

The board's report says investigators confirmed with both CN and CP railways that there had been no rail grinding activities on the track and found no signs of hot bearings, burned brakes or other potential fire-creating causes in a train that went through the c

No train link to wildfire in Lytton, B.C.: TSB

VPD investigates the city’s 15th fatal collision of the year

VPD investigates the city’s 15th fatal collision of the year

The collision, involving a motorcycle and a white Mazda 3, happened around 6:45 p.m. near Rupert Street and East 41st Avenue. The motorcycle rider, a Vancouver resident, died on scene despite efforts by paramedics to save his life.

VPD investigates the city’s 15th fatal collision of the year

COVID testing a concern for Point Roberts, Wash.

COVID testing a concern for Point Roberts, Wash.

Point Roberts is disconnected from the rest of the state by water, requiring residents to drive through Metro Vancouver to get to Washington state's mainland.

COVID testing a concern for Point Roberts, Wash.

Board report due after wildfire in Lytton, B.C.

Board report due after wildfire in Lytton, B.C.

The fire raced through the town on June 30, killing two people and leaving few buildings undamaged, after a heat wave pushed the temperature up to a Canadian record of 49.6 C in Lytton.

Board report due after wildfire in Lytton, B.C.

Investigations underway into three separate attacks on women: Surrey RCMP

Investigations underway into three separate attacks on women: Surrey RCMP

Between September 27, and October 10, 2021 there have been three separate incidents. In each circumstance, a woman was walking alone and grabbed from behind by an unknown man. Thankfully, all three women were able to escape without physical injuries; however, incidents like these can have lasting emotional impacts.

Investigations underway into three separate attacks on women: Surrey RCMP