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Federal government rejects emergency order to protect Northern Spotted Owl habitat

Federal government rejects emergency order to protect Northern Spotted Owl habitat

Members of Spuzzum First Nation “furious” at federal government
Second release brings B.C.’s wild spotted owl population from 1 to 3

Second release brings B.C.’s wild spotted owl population from 1 to 3

Two male owls join one female owl in Fraser Canyon
27 structures so far burned down by Kookipi Creek wildfire

27 structures so far burned down by Kookipi Creek wildfire

6 residential homes and 21 recreational and maintenance buildings taken by fire
Kookipi Creek wildfire near Boston Bar now estimated at 13,674 hectares

Kookipi Creek wildfire near Boston Bar now estimated at 13,674 hectares

Evacuation orders and alerts remain; Highway 1 from Hope to Lytton still closed
PHOTOS: Pride flag set on fire during night of alleged hate crime in Hope

PHOTOS: Pride flag set on fire during night of alleged hate crime in Hope

Hope RCMP extend support to local LGBTQIA2S community following rash of crime
Search for missing Greater Victoria senior ends tragically

Search for missing Greater Victoria senior ends tragically

Leslie Desfosses was found dead near Boston Bar
Death of 2 Northern Spotted Owls brings population in B.C. wilderness down to 1

Death of 2 Northern Spotted Owls brings population in B.C. wilderness down to 1

The owls deaths were discovered earlier this month says Spuzzum First Nation Chief James Hobart
1 dead in semi-truck crash on Highway 1 near Hope

1 dead in semi-truck crash on Highway 1 near Hope

Hope RCMP, BC Highway Patrol, and Hope firefighters all on scene
Military utility vehicle stolen from Chilliwack turns up in search of Hope property

Military utility vehicle stolen from Chilliwack turns up in search of Hope property

Illegal drugs, prohibited firearm, and stolen truck also found at property
Thieves snag $15K of wood from B.C. helicopter logging site

Thieves snag $15K of wood from B.C. helicopter logging site

Culprits would have needed major equipment to drag the logs away, says Fraser Valley forestry group