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'Rumbled and rattled': Estimated 4.5-magnitude earthquake near Fort St. John

'Rumbled and rattled': Estimated 4.5-magnitude earthquake near Fort St. John

There was an estimated 4.5-magnitude earthquake just south of Fort St. John Thursday evening. The earthquake happened around 6:25 p.m., with its estimated epicentre just 16 kilometres southwest of the city, according to Earthquakes Canada.
Moosomin’s IJACK is changing pumpjacks and gas compression

Moosomin’s IJACK is changing pumpjacks and gas compression

When the downturn hit, new gas compression products saved the day
Hair donations come to a halt for cancer society

Hair donations come to a halt for cancer society

After seven years of growing out her hair, St. Albert resident Stephanie Cordova proudly held a freshly cut-off thick eight-inch lock last year tied with two elastic bands.
A tragedy waiting to happen on Stoney Nakoda First Nation

A tragedy waiting to happen on Stoney Nakoda First Nation

Lack of fire protection leaves Stoney Nakoda First Nation residents vulnerable
Fake cop gets contract extension

Fake cop gets contract extension

Coquitlam RCMP to keep Constable Scarecrow pilot project to reduce speeding going for another year
Scuba-diving Male Drowns at Lake Diefenbaker

Scuba-diving Male Drowns at Lake Diefenbaker

Man lost contact with friends during recreation dive
Syrian refugee's months-long ordeal comes to a happy ending

Syrian refugee's months-long ordeal comes to a happy ending

Stranded in Malaysian airport for months, Hassan Al Kontar arrives in Whistler
Flow device makes beavers feel at home

Flow device makes beavers feel at home

As the city of Port Moody works to create a strategy to manage beavers that take up residence in its waterways, a group of advocates for the industrious rodents is helping make one furry family feel right at home.
Hard to kill: Richmond biker laughs off traumatic accident

Hard to kill: Richmond biker laughs off traumatic accident

John Sayer, who lost his left leg while cruising along Williams Road in March, presented some original prints to the paramedics who saved his life
‘Our way of life in its last hour,’ Tsawout First Nation tells pipeline hearings

‘Our way of life in its last hour,’ Tsawout First Nation tells pipeline hearings

A way of life is at risk if the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline goes ahead.