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Search for armed man in Cochrane ends peacefully
Mon, Aug 18 : RCMP have arrested one person after executing an extensive search for an armed man in Cochrane on Sunday.
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Scary Moments As Man Steals Car With Child Inside.
Wed, Sep 17 : It's something parents do on a daily basis but a school pick-up, quickly turned into panic for a mother in Huntington Hills Wednesday. A man, made off with her minivan and to make matters worse her 4 year old son, was still inside Nancy Hixt has the story
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BC Evening Forecast: Sep 17
The Wednesday, September 17, 2014 evening weather forecast for Vancouver, British Columbia and the surrounding area.
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Hurricane Odile: Evacuated Canadians begin to return from Mexico
Wed, Sep 17: A Sunwing flight with more than 300 Canadians arriving in Vancouver tonight from a hurricane ridden resort town in Mexico. A West Vancouver woman is telling a harrowing tale of getting out of hurricane-ravaged Cabos San Lucas.
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Dianne Watts confirms plans to seek federal nomination
Wed, Sep 17: Popular Surrey mayor Diane Watts reveals her political future in an exclusive interview with our Jas Johal.
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Junior meteorologist Dihyah Khan
Tues, Sep 16: Junior meteorologist Dihyah Khan joins the Global BC News Hour team on the road in Richmond.
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BC teachers dispute: Big questions remain
Wed, Sep 17: We learn more about the tentative teachers contract as students get ready to head back to class. Rumina Daya and Keith Baldrey reports.
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BC teachers dispute: Will teachers vote yes?
Wed, Sep 17: Keith Baldrey reports has the latest details on the BC teachers dispute.
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Project aims to unite Canadians one portait at a time
September 17: Tim Van Horn has travelled across the country five times photographing citizens from all walks of life in hopes of uniting Canadians through his Canadian Mosaic Project which will feature 54,000 portraits in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Talia Ricci reports.
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Witnesses say crash suspect drunk and armed with a knife
September 17: Witnesses to a horrific crash say the driver of an SUV that collided with two other vehicles appeared intoxicated and pulled a knife while attempting to flee but was disarmed and held by bystanders until police arrived.