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Says her son began to blister after using a spray-on sunscreen made by Banana Boat.
Cats come back from large deficits, score six runs in the ninth inning.
The BC Coroners Service says 129 people died during the month of May, slightly down from 136 deaths in April.
Robert Gagnon is hoping to raise awareness for for veterans and first responders with PTSD
Defenceman Scott Walford was selected 68th overall in the 2017 NHL Draft.
Temperatures expected to rise into 30’s for some areas including the east coast of island.
A procession for Doug Angrove is scheduled for Saturday afternoon in Esquimalt.
Harry Charles Sadd has been arrested again as more victims have come forward.
The Richmond location was first opened in 1967 and is celebrating 50 years.
Environment Canada is calling for lots of sun throughout the weekend and highs up to 30.
Slow-motion video taken in Kyuquot Sound viewed nearly one million times since last week.
The 4.6 magnitude quake struck west of Gold River Monday morning.
Baseball team opens gates to anyone who’s never watched a game at RAF.
BC SPCA says dogs were in poor condition and soaked in urine and feces.
Federal funding will see three new lifeboat stations and better emergency management.
Six people died when the whale-watching boat capsized and sank in October 2015.
Kenneth Fenton faces three new charges in relation to another crash that also injured someone.
The matter concerns high school teacher Robert Ammon and his actions in the summer of 2013.
Of the 19 teams competing, 17 cyclists reached their destination quicker than the car.
Frank Elsner hopes to begin providing security expertise to cannabis companies.