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Search and rescue teams work to free the driver of a transport truck who went off the road near Manning Park last Tuesday night. Driver Pat Gaudet succumbed to his injuries last Saturday morning.

UPDATE: Trapped trucker succumbs to injuries

A tragic end to a heroic effort as truck driver Pat Gaudet passes away after an extraordinary rescue.

Search and rescue teams work to free the driver of a transport truck who went off the road near Manning Park last Tuesday night. Driver Pat Gaudet succumbed to his injuries last Saturday morning.
Employment, online dating and online shopping tricks hit Canadians the most.

Here are the Better Business Bureau’s top 10 scams of 2016

Employment, online dating and online shopping tricks hit Canadians the most.

Employment, online dating and online shopping tricks hit Canadians the most.
A new survey also suggests more than two thirds of them haven’t saved enough money or aren’t saving at all.

Huge majority of millennials in Canada plan to buy a home in the next five years: poll

But the new survey also suggests more than two thirds of them haven’t saved enough money or aren’t saving at all

A new survey also suggests more than two thirds of them haven’t saved enough money or aren’t saving at all.
Pink Shirt Day supporters from around British Columbia sent in their photographs for Pink Shirt Day.

VIDEO: Pink Shirt Day B.C.

Watch Pink Shirt Day as seen across British Columbia

Pink Shirt Day supporters from around British Columbia sent in their photographs for Pink Shirt Day.
B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong announced the 2017 provincial budget Tuesday in Victoria.

B.C. BUDGET: Top 10 things to know

The 2017/18 B.C. budget bring cuts to MSP premiums, a proposed PST break for business, and increases in public education funding.

B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong announced the 2017 provincial budget Tuesday in Victoria.
B.C. transplant specialist says drug overdose organ donors on the rise

B.C. transplant specialist says drug overdose organ donors on the rise

The Canadian Transplant Society said it makes no difference to transplant recipients if an organ comes from someone killed by drug overdose.

B.C. transplant specialist says drug overdose organ donors on the rise
UPDATE: Overdose deaths down in January, but risk still ‘extreme’: coroner

UPDATE: Overdose deaths down in January, but risk still ‘extreme’: coroner

An average of seven people died every two days last month, according to the latest numbers.

UPDATE: Overdose deaths down in January, but risk still ‘extreme’: coroner
B.C. study to look at how people use marijuana ahead of legalization

B.C. study to look at how people use marijuana ahead of legalization

The B.C. Centre on Substance Use needs 1,000 volunteers who use the drug for its latest project.

B.C. study to look at how people use marijuana ahead of legalization
The suspect has used multiple aliases including 'Richard Harvey Silver,' 'Jack Harvey,' 'Dan Whelan' and 'James Whelan.'

UPDATE: RCMP find Internet fraudster targeting women in Metro Vancouver

Coquitlam RCMP are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man believed to be committing fraud and theft.

The suspect has used multiple aliases including 'Richard Harvey Silver,' 'Jack Harvey,' 'Dan Whelan' and 'James Whelan.'
Former teacher Barry Mansfield sits in his home, behind the medication he has to take daily to treat symptoms of his advanced Parkinson's disease.

Costly Parkinson’s treatment to be covered for ‘small group’ of British Columbians

Health Minister Terry Lake said ‘suitable patients’ will be identified as part of a pilot project.

Former teacher Barry Mansfield sits in his home, behind the medication he has to take daily to treat symptoms of his advanced Parkinson's disease.
FortisBC warns of fraudsters offering to inspect furnaces

FortisBC warns of fraudsters offering to inspect furnaces

The utility says its staff do not solicit door-to-door.

FortisBC warns of fraudsters offering to inspect furnaces
B.C. braces for more snow, winds and ice in Wednesday storm

B.C. braces for more snow, winds and ice in Wednesday storm

Environment Canada's storm and snowfall warnings stretch from parts of Vancouver Island to the Interior.

B.C. braces for more snow, winds and ice in Wednesday storm
Health Minister Terry Lake

Leading researchers get $8 million boost to combat opioid crisis

The B.C. Centre on Substance Use receives $7 million from B.C. government, $1 million from Vancouver’s St. Paul's Hospital Foundation.

Health Minister Terry Lake
Alex Gervais

Alex Gervais died alone after years of instability, neglect: Child advocate report

Alex Gervais, 18, jumped to his death from a fourth-floor window of an Abbotsford hotel last September while in provincial care.

Alex Gervais
Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case

Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case

A former couple from Bountiful, B.C. have been convicted of taking a 13-year-old girl out of the country to be married.

Two of three people found guilty in B.C. child bride case
House prices stabilize in the Fraser Valley, and fall by six per cent in Greater Vancouver

House prices stabilize in the Fraser Valley, and fall by six per cent in Greater Vancouver

House sales in January also dropped in Vancouver by nearly 40 per cent, and 27 per cent in the Fraser Valley compared to January 2016.

House prices stabilize in the Fraser Valley, and fall by six per cent in Greater Vancouver
Remember this? Snow in Abbotsford in December.

Snow possible Friday in the Lower Mainland: Environment Canada

A special weather alert has been issued for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley including snow, and freezing rain

Remember this? Snow in Abbotsford in December.
HandyDart users concerned about wait times and ride availability: seniors’ report

HandyDart users concerned about wait times and ride availability: seniors’ report

Wait times and ride availability a problem for one-third of B.C. riders, according to the Office of the Seniors Advocate.

HandyDart users concerned about wait times and ride availability: seniors’ report
VIDEO: High prescription drug costs hinder access for seniors: UBC study

VIDEO: High prescription drug costs hinder access for seniors: UBC study

Research suggests one in 12 older adults in Canada stopped filling prescriptions because of high prices.

VIDEO: High prescription drug costs hinder access for seniors: UBC study
VIDEO: BC Muslim Association calls on police, Muslims to be vigilant after Quebec mosque shooting

VIDEO: BC Muslim Association calls on police, Muslims to be vigilant after Quebec mosque shooting

Early reports indicate six people killed and five in critical condition after an attack in Quebec City.

VIDEO: BC Muslim Association calls on police, Muslims to be vigilant after Quebec mosque shooting