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A quick-thinking man pulled off his turban to rescue a woman struggling in the strong current of Heffley Creek

Sikh man’s turban helps save life of struggling swimmer near Kamloops

Resourceful rescue saves B.C. woman caught in strong current

A quick-thinking man pulled off his turban to rescue a woman struggling in the strong current of Heffley Creek
B.C. liquor stores allowed to charge for samples

B.C. liquor stores allowed to charge for samples

Stores can now sell booze samples, and in larger sizes

B.C. liquor stores allowed to charge for samples
CBC to broadcast final concert of the Tragically Hip

CBC to broadcast final concert of the Tragically Hip


'A national celebration': CBC to air finale of Tragically Hip's tour in hometown

CBC to broadcast final concert of the Tragically Hip
B.C.'s Education Minister announced on Friday that kids in Grades 6 to 9 will start taking mandatory computing coding classes in 2018.

Kids in Grades 6 to 9 to take mandatory computer coding classes

Coding part of new B.C. curriculum starting in 2018

B.C.'s Education Minister announced on Friday that kids in Grades 6 to 9 will start taking mandatory computing coding classes in 2018.
Millions promised to upgrade safety on Coquihalla Highway

Millions promised to upgrade safety on Coquihalla Highway

Funding to make it safer for commercial truck drivers

Millions promised to upgrade safety on Coquihalla Highway
Tom Mulcair will not stay on as leader of the federal NDP.

NDP rejects Mulcair as leader, votes in support of holding leadership race

NDP rejects Mulcair, votes to seek new leader

Tom Mulcair will not stay on as leader of the federal NDP.
Possible Robert Pickton memoir removed from Amazon amid outrage, investigation

Possible Robert Pickton memoir removed from Amazon amid outrage, investigation

Amazon removes Robert Pickton book from online store

Possible Robert Pickton memoir removed from Amazon amid outrage, investigation
A mural of Pat Quinn honours his role coaching Team Canada in the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.

Former player, coach and exec Pat Quinn dies

Pat Quinn, a former NHL player, coach and executive, dies after long illness

A mural of Pat Quinn honours his role coaching Team Canada in the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.
Parliamentary Journalist Richard Madan with CTV National News based in Ottawa sent out this picture on Twitter from Parliament Hill that police had their weapons drawn this morning after shots were fired.

Soldier killed in Parliament Hill siege

Soldier dead, two others injured in Parliament Hill siege; gunman dead

Parliamentary Journalist Richard Madan with CTV National News based in Ottawa sent out this picture on Twitter from Parliament Hill that police had their weapons drawn this morning after shots were fired.
Mediator Vince Ready arrives to meet with B.C. Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker and B.C. Public School Employers' Association negotiator Peter Cameron in Richmond

A new peace? Six-year deal for B.C. teachers

A new peace? Longest deal in decades could end lengthiest B.C. teachers' strike

Mediator Vince Ready arrives to meet with B.C. Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker and B.C. Public School Employers' Association negotiator Peter Cameron in Richmond
BCTF President Jim Iker (right) speaks with teacher Troy Hardwick

B.C. rejects arbitration with teachers

B.C. government will not enter binding arbitration to end teachers' strike.

BCTF President Jim Iker (right) speaks with teacher Troy Hardwick
Montreal Canadiens' P.K. Subban scores past Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask during first period NHL playoff hockey action Tuesday

NHL Playoffs: Habs, Bruins prepare for Game 7 from Boston’s TD Gardens (VIDEO)

The Canadiens will look to upset the Presidents' Trophy winners in their own barn. Winner will play the New York Rangers.

Montreal Canadiens' P.K. Subban scores past Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask during first period NHL playoff hockey action Tuesday
Toronto FC striker Jermain Defoe heads a ball at practice in Vancouver on Tuesday

(VIDEO) Jermain Defoe responds to England snub, readies for Vancouver Whitecaps

Defoe was left off England's 2016 World Cup roster. Now, he and Toronto FC must prepare for the Canadian Championships.

Toronto FC striker Jermain Defoe heads a ball at practice in Vancouver on Tuesday

First Nation challenge to B.C. pipeline

B.C. First Nation launches legal challenge over Kinder Morgan pipeline