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Recent articles by Amy:

‘Her cheek was hanging off’: 1-year-old B.C. girl has long recovery after dog attack

The family was having their weekly picnic on Nakusp Beach in the West Kootenay when they saw three dogs on leashes walking toward them. → Read More

B.C. hiker missing for almost 2 weeks found safe by wildfire crews

Daniel Ring, 33, was dropped off at the Elfin Lakes Trailhead on July 7 intending to camp at Rampart Ponds, but he never returned home. → Read More

Lytton Creek wildfire spreads to 24,365 hectares as more people ordered to leave

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District ordered the evacuation of 169 properties in the Spences Bridge area of Electoral Area "I" Thursday afternoon. → Read More

B.C. wildfire update Thursday: Windy, changing conditions force more orders and alerts

There is a lot of concern in the Kootenay region, the Southeast Fire Centre, which saw more wildfire evacuations overnight Wednesday due to windy conditions. → Read More

Vancouver police say major spike in vandalism after 13 churches targeted since June 2

The vandalism included rocks being thrown through windows, buildings being defaced with paint, and threats being made to set buildings on fire. → Read More

B.C. government to provide wildfire update amid calls for provincial state of emergency

Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth, along with officials from the B.C. Wildfire Service, Emergency Management B.C. and the RCMP, will speak at 2 p.m. → Read More

Fundraiser identifies grandmother as victim of Coquihalla Highway crash

The GoFundMe campaign says on Saturday morning the family was on their way to Vancouver when they were involved in an accident on the highway. → Read More

B.C. wildfire update Monday: More evacuations issued as wildfires rage over the weekend

There are currently 299 active fires and 37 wildfires of note in British Columbia. → Read More

‘You can’t give up’: B.C. family battling massive nearby wildfire to save their ranch

The Cunningham family, which owns the Bishop Meadow Ranch near 100 Mile, is working around the clock to protect everything they have from the 15,838-hectare blaze. → Read More

Coptic Orthodox church in Surrey, B.C., burns down in early morning fire

The fire broke out in the early hours at the St. George Coptic Orthodox Church at the intersection of 108 Avenue and 139 Street. The cause is under investigation. → Read More

With more than 300 wildfires burning and no state of emergency, some B.C. residents on edge

Many residents around the province said Thursday they are frustrated that the B.C. government has not declared a provincial state of emergency due to the wildfire situation. → Read More

B.C. wildfire crews unable to attend all new fires during ‘unprecedented’ fire season

"With the current resource challenges that we have, we are unable to commit to all new ignitions," a B.C. Wildfire Service manager said. → Read More

State of emergency for B.C.’s wildfires not ‘necessary’ at this time: officials

In August 2018, the measure was declared when 566 wildfires were burning in B.C., with 29 evacuation orders in effect in addition to 48 evacuation alerts. → Read More

Wildfires are raging in B.C.’s Cariboo region but residents frustrated by government

In a statement Thursday, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth said he wants to assure British Columbians the government is doing everything they can. → Read More

District of 100 Mile House under evacuation alert due to wildfires raging in the Cariboo

Hundreds of people are affected by the wildfire evacuation orders in B.C.'s Cariboo region as a number of wildfires are growing in the area. → Read More

2-year-old girl recovering from coyote attack in latest string of Stanley Park incidents

There have been at least 21 known biting incidents since December 2020, according to the Stanley Park Ecology Society and people are being warned about walking in the park. → Read More

Person badly burned in trailer fire at Cultus Lake, B.C., campground

Witnesses said the fire broke out just before midnight at Sunnyside Campground near Cultus Lake and the trailer was engulfed in flames. → Read More

Belongings found in Manning Park connected to Vancouver man missing 8 months

On July 4, 2021, police said Naterer's belongings were located by a volunteer searcher in a remote, limited access area of Manning Park, just east of Hope. → Read More

Surrey RCMP say Monday night shooting connected to current gang conflict

A dark-coloured Chrysler 300 was seen speeding away from the scene and officers then found the same vehicle torched near 194 Street and 16 Avenue. → Read More

Two people, including five-year-old child, found dead following Surrey house fire

Surrey RCMP confirmed Tuesday morning that two people, including a young child, were found dead inside a home after a fire broke out Monday night. → Read More