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road safety

Men accused of running down B.C. sheep with trucks charged, say Mounties

The collision occurred on Oct. 1, on a four-lane stretch of Highway 3, near Keremeos, about 350 kilometres east of Vancouver.

B.C. commits $3M to improve transportation safety along Highway of Tears

Eighteen women, many of them aboriginal, have disappeared or been murdered along Highway 16 or adjacent routes since the 1970s.

Snow blamed for Prince George, B.C., crash, storm threatens southern Interior

Pick-up truck and two tractor-trailer units collided on Tuesday morning near Crooked River Provincial Park

Two men, one woman dead after U-Haul van collides with another vehicle in B.C.

Three people dead after collision near Merritt.

Supreme Court rules on tough British Columbia impaired driving law

Province's tough drunk driving law affirmed by Supreme Court, three years after B.C. amended it to prevent unlawful search and seizure.

Crash complicates Canadian tour of country singer Jason Aldean

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Country star Jason Aldean might be mulling a new hit single about a truck and a cowboy singing the blues, but if he records it, the song won't be fictional. Aldean's 2015 Burn It...

Boy, 4, dead after being hit by car driven by off-duty Mountie

Child died of injuries in hospital after being struck.

Pedestrian fatality in East Vancouver

A woman has been struck and killed off East Hastings Street, and the driver has remained at the scene.

Bringing cyclists out of the business blind spot

I don’t get angry at motorists anymore. My daily bike commute used to include road rage conflicts with drivers who cut me off, honked incessantly or drove-by too closely. Things could escalate into...