Katya Slepian

B.C. residents save 24 megawatt hours during Earth Hour

B.C. residents save 24 megawatt hours during Earth Hour

The savings up are nine megawatt hours from 2015

B.C. residents save 24 megawatt hours during Earth Hour
Suspect arrested in Chilliwack after northern B.C. commercial vehicle shootings

Suspect arrested in Chilliwack after northern B.C. commercial vehicle shootings

RCMP made the arrest in connection with a series of vehicle shootings over an eight hour period

Suspect arrested in Chilliwack after northern B.C. commercial vehicle shootings
We bet you've never seen a puppy as happy as Carl.

Celebrate National Puppy Day on March 23

It‘s only the very best day of the year

We bet you've never seen a puppy as happy as Carl.
Task force chair talks marijuana legalization at SFU

Task force chair talks marijuana legalization at SFU

Anne McLellan says regulations for pot will be very different than those for alcohol

Task force chair talks marijuana legalization at SFU
Nadja Moritz shows off a hotbed on the Pinsch of Soil farm in Langley.

Fraser Valley farmers happy that ‘snowmaggedon’ is behind them

Chilliwack and Langley farms are concerned about short growing season for their crops

Nadja Moritz shows off a hotbed on the Pinsch of Soil farm in Langley.
Spring is here at last.

Spring has sprung in B.C.

Even if it doesn't look like it, March 20 marks the first day of the season

Spring is here at last.
Fraser Valley gets $10.5 million in flood protection

Fraser Valley gets $10.5 million in flood protection

The provincial funding will go towards Nicomen Island dikes

Fraser Valley gets $10.5 million in flood protection
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is suing the B.C. government.

Former B.C. children’s watchdog sues province

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is targeting the government over alleged unpaid pension benefits

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is suing the B.C. government.
Generation Squeeze says that young people aren't reaping the benefits of B.C.'s economy.

VIDEO: Young people aren’t profiting from strong B.C. economy, says report

Generation Squeeze reports those aged 25 to 44 earn up to $10,000 less than they did in decades ago

Generation Squeeze says that young people aren't reaping the benefits of B.C.'s economy.
Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day!

The irrational but delicious holiday is celebrated today

Happy Pi Day!
B.C. judge calls for harsher sentences for fentanyl dealers

B.C. judge calls for harsher sentences for fentanyl dealers

Top court says longer sentences would reflect the current “public health crisis"

B.C. judge calls for harsher sentences for fentanyl dealers
Recover from Daylight Savings with National Napping Day

Recover from Daylight Savings with National Napping Day

It's the best day of the year

Recover from Daylight Savings with National Napping Day
A Metis Nation event at Fort Langley in 2016.

Capturing Metis life at Fort Langley

An organization is looking for Metis people for a film project.

A Metis Nation event at Fort Langley in 2016.
UPDATE: Canada Revenue Agency tax services back up

UPDATE: Canada Revenue Agency tax services back up

The agency says it's not aware of any personal information leaks following a temporary shutdown of their tax services

UPDATE: Canada Revenue Agency tax services back up
Winning $7 million Lotto 6/49 sold in Chilliwack

Winning $7 million Lotto 6/49 sold in Chilliwack

The winner has up to one year to claim their prize.

Winning $7 million Lotto 6/49 sold in Chilliwack
Canadians borrow more but on fewer credit cards: report

Canadians borrow more but on fewer credit cards: report

British Columbians carried the third highest amount of interest.

Canadians borrow more but on fewer credit cards: report
Housing, jobs beat out pipelines on B.C. students' election issue list: poll

Housing, jobs beat out pipelines on B.C. students’ election issue list: poll

Over two-thirds of the province's students stress about paying back their loans.

Housing, jobs beat out pipelines on B.C. students' election issue list: poll
The Metro Vancouver homeless count is finding more people clustered near support services.

More of Metro Vancouver’s street homeless clustered in camps near support services

The regional count continues, with it also being the first time officials will count people living in derelict boats.

The Metro Vancouver homeless count is finding more people clustered near support services.
ICBC claims up 14 per cent this winter

ICBC claims up 14 per cent this winter

The auto insurer reported 292,604 claim calls from December 2016 to February 2017.

ICBC claims up 14 per cent this winter
B.C.’s minimum wage will go up to $11.35 an hour in September

B.C.’s minimum wage will go up to $11.35 an hour in September

The province will have the fourth-highest minimum wage in the country

B.C.’s minimum wage will go up to $11.35 an hour in September