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Permit rejected to bring two cheetahs to B.C.

Earl Pfeifer owns two cheetahs, one of which escaped in December 2015

Real-life tsunami threat in Port Alberni prompts evacuation updates

UBC study says some people didn’t recognize the emergency signal

Care providers call for B.C. seniors’ watchdog to step down

The association also asks the province to conduct an audit and review of the mandate of her office

Nitro Cold Brew Coffee from B.C. roaster recalled due to botulism scare

“If you purchased N7 Nitro Cold Brew Coffee from Cherry Hill … do not drink it.”

How will changes to Abbotsford’s bus system affect you

Ten different routes will see changes this summer as the city’s transit system gets an overhaul

Kater to launch ridesharing service in Vancouver by end of month

The Surrey-based company got its permits from the Vancouver Taxi Association

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Gang-prevention funding of $1.12 million announced for 12 districts
Abandoned house on Tim's street goes up in flames
Cat fanciers show off their fancy felines in Abbotsford

B.C. man gets award for thwarting theft, sexual assault – all in 10 minutes

Karl Dey helped the VPD take down a violent sex offender

Florida man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Trump foes

Cesar Sayoc, 57, sobbed as he entered the plea

White House rejects request for Trump, Putin communications

The Democrats have requested information on private conversations between Trump and Putin

Former Brazilian President arrested on corruption charges

Michel Temer was arrested Thursday in Brazil

Manitoba Mountie who surived shot to head, faces shooter in court

The officer was left with pellets lodged in his head

Baby left alone in vehicle in B.C. Walmart parking lot

Williams Lake RCMP issue warning after attending complaint at Walmart Wednesday

All child porn charges against Chilliwack realtor dismissed

Meissner’s computers contained ‘miniscule’ amount of content normally found on offenders’ devices

B.C. forensic nurse says vote early, vote often

If Sheila Early wins YWCA award, Scotiabank will donate $10K to violence prevention services program for women

Ex-cop now preaches importance of rehabilitation at Abbotsford prison

John Glena once advocated throwing away keys for offenders; now he works to improve their lives

B.C. legislation only applies to Trans Mountain, pipeline proponent argues

B.C. argues the proposed rules are not intended to block the project, but protect the environment

B.C., feds accused of ‘environmental racism’ over Site C, Mount Polley

Amnesty International Canada says governments failed to recognize threats to Indigenous peoples

New Leger polls suggests federal Liberals lagging Conservatives

Overall, 31 per cent of respondents polled said they would vote for Justin Trudeau’s Liberals

Monkey birth a step to saving fertility of boys with cancer

The technique worked well enough that human testing should begin in the next few years