Spain: Police shoot man wearing possible bomb belt

A Spanish newspaper reports that the fugitive in the city’s van attack has been captured

VIDEO: B.C. wildfires burn into single, large blaze

The Plateau fire is the biggest burning in B.C.

Van rams bus stops in France, killing one

One person is dead, another is injured as a van strikes bus stops in Marseille

More B.C. residents head home

Evacuation order lifted after B.C. wildfire destroys dozens of homes in Loon Lake

The Trump Unit: Canada’s squad to save NAFTA

Take a peak inside Canada’s PMO squad to save NAFTA

Protesters clash with Quebec city police

Protesters opposing a right wing group clash with Quebec City police

Fire at Great Central Lake
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        Eclipse viewing events to be held nation wide

        Canadians will throw various viewing events for the partial eclipse across the country

        Artifacts and totem poles saved, but Snaw-Naw-As community hall burns

        Nanoose First Nation’s community hall was badly damaged by an early-morning fire Saturday

        Wind fans B.C. fires, but growth of two largest blazes is limited

        Kevin Skrepnek says that despite the rain, it wasn’t much, and 14 new fires were sparked since Friday

        Nanaimo family with baby on board victims of hit-and-run near Chemainus

        “I looked back and saw the truck coming up behind us and then hit us,” said Nanaimo’s Bibi Wallace, recounting the hit-and-run near Chemainus.

        Thousands gather with messages of love, resistance at anti-racism rally

        Anti-racism protesters took over the streets out front Vancouver’s city hall

        UPDATE: Great Central Lake fire 30 per cent contained

        Crews continue to battle a one hectare fire near Great Central Lake

        ‘Deadpool 2’ death: Investigators release details

        WorkSafeBC releases first official report of stuntwoman’s motorcycle death

        B.C. cop finds bridge made of shopping carts, carpet, pallets

        ‘The ingenuity amazes me,’ officer says, after finding engineering feat in unexpected place

        Cathedral Grove cat reunited with owner

        After spending close to two months in the wild, a calico cat has been identified by it’s owner

        Two girls rescued from French Creek train trestle

        Parksville and Qualicum Beach fire departments called out to help young climbers in French Creek

        BC Ferries reports record-breaking traffic for first quarter

        Vehicle traffic was the highest it’s ever been, and passenger traffic is the highest it’s been in over 20 years for the months of April, May and June.