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Buck tangles wih volleyball net in Kelowna, another deer attacks jogger and dog in Victoria
Conservation officers get thousands of bear conflict calls, investigate mother bear and cubs shot and dumped
Witness reported drone harassment, 'adult and baby eagles extremely agitated,' culprit caught and convicted
Parking meters along Harrison bring in Revenue for the community while sparking debate on their usage.
UBC hospital latest to obtain potentially life-saving take-home drug kits
Agassiz Legion Br. 32 presented the First Poppy to community leaders Tuesday in the local area.
Film festival on 'The Refugee Experience' promises to strike the controversial topic of modern day immigration from conflict zones.
As Halloween approaches, Kilby prepares for the weekend's festivities
An intermediate wood carver test learns new skills from a legendary master carver
Vaccine mismatch unlikely to impede protection this year, but most dangerous H3N2 strain expected to be dominant
Free wireless stops are to encourage people not to text and drive, as well as offering weather and road reports to tourists
A single vehicle collision resulted in the injury of a driver and a passenger, Sunday evening
Mercy for Animals releases video footage accusing Lilydale Food Products and its parent company of extreme animal abuse.
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond says children's minister Stephanie Cadieux has refused to meet with her, but work continues
Almost 200 dog owners are facing fines after failing to renew dog licenses for 2016
Don Putt, 67, ordered released on $35,000 bail after sting by vigilante group the Creep Catchers
Limited entry hunting permits for cow and calf moose have been cut from 1,800 to 200, more restrictions on logging considered
Fraser Valley Creep Catchers went online pretending to be a 12-year-old boy and 67-year-old man bites
555 lives lost in B.C. in first nine months, fentanyl detected in 61 per cent of cases
Event at Chilliwack campus includes panel of experts talking about the several outbreaks in the Fraser Valley over the last 12 years