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Thousands across B.C. without power Wednesday morning, wind warnings in effect
About 25,000 hydro customers across the province are without power as of 11:00 a.m. PT on Wednesday.
Inquest witnesses elaborate on Chantel Moore's blood-alcohol content, 4 bullet wounds
The toxicologist who analyzed samples from Chantel Moore's body says she wasn't that impaired by alcohol at the time of her death, but her information processing would have been slowed.
Beyond the butter chicken: One woman's craving creates jobs for South Asian housewives
While Nidhi Tomer Chaudhary's initial goal was to fill a niche in the market for Rajasthani cuisine, she soon found her restaurant was also a way to empower women in the South Asian community and help newcomers to the country unable to find work.
Hundreds in B.C. are still in urgent need of flood relief, community volunteers say
The need for donations is far from over in the wake of one of B.C.'s most devastating natural disasters, relief organizers say.
Investigators search for culprit behind norovirus outbreak in B.C. oysters
Norovirus contamination in B.C.'s most productive oyster growing region has become a regular occurrence, setting back the industry's international reputation and putting farmers on edge. Investigators are chasing down the cause of this year's outbreak after laws and regulations failed to prevent it.
Proposed housing development creating heavy debate in B.C.'s Kootenays
Chelsea Poorman's father says Vancouver police lied, mishandled investigation into daughter's disappearance
B.C. company reports no survivors found in refuge chamber after Burkina Faso mine flood