Author Archives: Darya Zargar

Morning Headlines: May 18, 2018

2 people injures in Vancouver targeted shooting Early this morning in Vancouver two people were injured in a targeted shooting. Police were called to the scene just before 6 a.m. to a home on Industrial Avenue near Station Street. Both … More →

“I’m one of the lucky ones”, Grand Forks business owner reacts to flood

In the midst of a historical flooding in BC people are wondering what to expect next. One of the hardest-hit communities, Grand Forks located in southern BC ,  is bracing it’s “round two” of floods, with water levels expected to … More →

Morning Headlines: May 17, 2018

3-year-old gets almost 150 stitches after a coyote attack Toddler left with 148 stitches after an attack outside of his Burnaby home.  Amanda Dyke says she found her three-year old  lying on the road, being attacked by a coyote She … More →

Update on BC Flood Watch: More communities preparing to leave

What we know so far: As of today, evacuation orders are in place across most of the Lower Mainland due to spring runoffs making way for rising water levels. Now more alerts have been ordered. Barston Island,  located between Surrey … More →

Morning Headlines: May 16, 2018

Federal Government prepared to compensate Kinder Morgan for project delays Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Wednesday that his government is willing to stand behind the Trans Mountain expansion project if  Kinder Morgan decides to bail. Morneau explained how the Liberal … More →

BC residents may see more wildfires this summer

B.C.’s 2017 wildfire season was named the ‘worst ever’ wildfire in the provinces history. According to a report from National Observer; the 2017 blaze lasted for 10 weeks,  about 6,500 people were evacuated, more than 190 homes were destroyed, and  … More →

Morning Headlines: May 15,2018

Southern BC Braces for Round 2 of floods BC saw it’s first flood surge last week causing nearly two dozen states of emergency and forcing around 4,ooo people out of their homes. Warm temperatures are expected to bring yet another … More →

Skin Care Safety: How to protect your skin for the summertime

Summer months are quickly approaching and temperatures are expected to climb above 20 degrees throughout the Lower Mainland. This Sunday high temperatures melted BC’s South Coast. Pemberton became Canada’s hot-spot, with a daily record high of 34 degrees. This heat … More →

Morning Headlines May 14, 2018

  Dozens die near Gaza Border At least 52 people have been killed during clashes Monday morning along the border between Israel and Gaza. This has been considered the bloodiest day since the end of the 2014 conflict when US … More →

For The Record: Plastic Ocean

Alison Wood is the Founder Ocean Ambassadors for Canada is trying to remove plastic from oceans one straw at a time.  She was recently a part of Deep Cove’s “The Last Straw” campaign in hopes to cut down on one-use … More →