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Owner of Fresh Coast Victoria apologizes for posting photo of large man with caption “Get this guy some @freshcoastvic”
There are still 168 fires burning throughout the province, costing the BC Wildfire Service nearly $500 million since April 1.
BC Wildfire officials hope for rain, but conditions remain hot and dry throughout the province.
Temperatures are forecasted to be unseasonably warm this weekend with highs into the 30’s for many areas.
While no ban is in place, patrols will be stepped up as officials expect hot and dry conditions to continue.
Harry Charles Sadd of Victoria currently faces 23 counts of indecent assault and one count of sexual assault against young boys.
The Academy Award nominated actor is believed to be on Vancouver Island shooting scenes for the Deadpool sequel starring Ryan Reynolds.
Kevin Skrepnek says this wildfire season will go down in history, both for its volatility and the resilience of British Columbians.
Thursday was one of the busiest days in recent weeks for wildfire officials and first responders on the ground.
The 72.5 metre pleasure craft can sleep up to 12 people and can be rented for just over $1.1 million per week.
Vancouver to host men’s and women’s U.S. college basketball tournament at convention centre.
Video of the animal was captured by Hans Nilsson.
Government says this will open door for tens of thousands of people to upgrade their skills and save money.
Black Press reporters Arnold Lim and Ragnar Haagen experience being left in a hot car for one hour.
The video was shot in Waterton Lakes National Park in Southern Alberta, just north of the Canadian border with Montana.
The company has added a Collection Point to Kelowna, allowing you to shop online and ship for $79.
Island Health has launched an investigation after video shows children fighting while supervisors watch.
Conditions expected to remain hot and dry through weekend with strong chance of more lightning.
He will be discussing BC wildfires, softwood lumber and the ongoing opioid crisis with officials.
More people allowed back into their homes, but threat to leave remains high and depends on weather.