In the Player's Tribune, Nick Boynton penned an honest and brutal piece about his days in the league and how he has been coping since hanging up his skates.
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A B.C. Mountie who was found guilty of disgraceful conduct for not getting out of his car to investigate a 2008 shooting in Mission apparently laughed when he received the call from dispatch.
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A relatively small magnitude 2.8 earthquake struck the South Coast just after 10:00 this morning, and was felt as far away as North Vancouver.
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The last thing first responders need while they're trying to put out a fire, collect evidence or save a life is to worry about a driver going under the yellow tape and potentially hitting someone or destroying something at the scene.
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We are pleased to share that NEWS 1130 has been recognized with a prestigious award for our coverage of the 2017 BC election.
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Trying to make sense of it all. As the country continues to try to grapple with what happened in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, 680 NEWS and its news partners across the country came together in conversation to examine the stories, reaction, fallout and impact of this devastating incident. Listen to this special report below. photossaaa
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The Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice says authorities mixed up the identities of two players involved in Friday’s horrific bus crash in Saskatchewan -- one who had in fact lived, and one who had died.
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He heard the bus driver scream, saw the truck and then everything went black. That’s what Ryan Straschnitzki, who plays defence for the Humboldt Broncos, remembers of the tragic bus crash that killed 15 people in a small Saskatchewan town. “I just remember sitting there on my phone and all of a sudden our bus […]
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One of the organizers behind the GoFundMe page set up to help those affected says the idea was to help victims' families pay for parking and meals at the hospital.
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We're getting new details from Emergency Management BC about what you will see on your smart phone if a tsunami threatens our province.
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The man convicted of attempted murder who ended up on the guest list for a couple of events featuring the prime minister in India is offering his take.
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A state memorial service was held Saturday morning in Victoria for Barrett, who died last month following a long battle with Alzheimer's.
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Seattle's quest for an NHL team will be taking a major step forward Thursday when the potential franchise-to-be begins its season-ticket drive.
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Premier John Horgan not backing down, but appears to be backing away from plans to restrict diluted oil transfers from Alberta to the BC coast.
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What is World Radio Day? We’re glad you asked. It’s a day to celebrate a medium that connects us all and brings people together regardless of where, when or how they listen. February 13 was chosen as World Radio Day because it was the day United Nations radio was established in 1946. This year, for […]
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The aquarium's move to stop housing whales or dolphins comes as we wait for a judge to make a decision on a judicial review of a newly imposed cetacean ban.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is kicking off 2018 with a national town hall tour. His first stop was in Nova Scotia and he spoke with NEWS 95.7. The Prime Minister touched on everything from his tour and the economy, to the controversies around his meeting with former hostage Joshua Boyle and his vacation to the […]
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A state of emergency was in place for two months as crews from around BC and across the world helped douse out of control flames as BC recorded its worst wildfire season ever.
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This year marked a major shake-up in American politics. On January 20th, Donald John Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America.
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2017 was an eventful year for BC politics. An election in May left the province in a strange position. The long-time ruling Liberals failed to win a majority, paving the way for the NDP and Greens to defeat them in a confidence vote.
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