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Calming the chaos with music

A father-son duo are bringing smiles in a tense time to evacuees in Prince George

VIDEO: Emergency reception centres open across B.C.

Wildfire evacuees will receive lodging and food at the centres

Wildfires displace more than 37,000 evacuees

B.C. has spent over $80 million on wildfires already

Thanking firefighters on the front line

Those in the Okanagan send thanks and well wishes to those battling wildfires.

Video: Devastating footage from Boston Flats

Firefighters do not expect to get a handle on this fire any day soon

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LIVE from the evacuation zone

Black Press is live from behind the fire lines near Ashcroft

VIDEO: Inside a wildfire

Crews are battling more than 230 blazes, many of which remained uncontained

VIDEO: Special milestone for marmot release on Mount Washington

This year marks the release of the 500th marmot into the wild

VIDEO: Word of Omar Khadr’s $10.5-million deal sparks fury

$10.5-million settlement with former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, sources say

Canada Day 2017 parade in Invermere

Canada Day 2017 parade in Invermere

VIDEO: Drumming their way to world record fame for Canada 150

Hundreds of Canadians gathered to show Guiness what they were made of

CANADA 150: Proud to be a Canadian

Black Press reporters hit the streets to ask local residents why Canada brings them pride

CANADA 150: Favourite spots in our homeland

We asked British Columbians destinations they love in Canada

CANADA 150: ‘Caring, inclusive, compassionate’

We asked British Columbians to describe Canada in three words

DTSS Grad March 2017

DTSS Grad March 2017

VIDEO: Rescued otter pup hangs out at Vancouver Aquarium

The tiny yet needy pup was rescued near Vancouver Island

Canada 150: Keeping culture alive through dance and theatre

Canadians use plays, music as a way to stay connected to roots

CANADA 150: The senator who rooted for multiculturalism

Some argue it was Paul Yuzyk who ignited Canada’s outlook on multiculturalism

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay- worthy highlights from across the province this week