HEADLINES: MAY 6, 2019

Michelle de Leon / May 6, 2019

B.C. Wildfire Service Crew Found in Smithers Plane Crash

The bodies of three B.C. Wildfire Service members were recovered from the crash site near Smithers.

RCMP Sgt. Darren Durin says helicopter crews located the crash site in Babine River Corridor Provincial park. A conscious male was outside the pane but he was unable to escape the area due to the rough terrain around the crash site.

The survivor was rescued using a long line in a helicopter and is now under medical care where police say he is in stable condition.

The plane that crashed near Smithers, B.C. Saturday morning is similar to this plane.

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An iconic Vancouver landmark nestled in the False Creek Community.

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Science World Celebrates 30 Years of Wonder

Vancouver’s iconic landmark, the Telus World of Science, turns 30 today after opening its doors in 1989.

It has since been captivating curious minds – 18 million of them in fact, along with special guests such as Stephen Hawking in 1993 and Jane Goodall in 2008.

Science World will be hosting a birthday party today and will open with a cake-cutting ceremony as well as a welcome message from the CEO and President, Scott Sampson.

It’s a Boy! Duke and Duchess of Sussex Welcomes First Child

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to a healthy baby boy earlier this morning.

“Mother and baby are doing incredibly well. It’s been the most amazing experience I could ever have imagined,” announced husband Prince Harry, who was by her side during the labor.

The baby, who will be seventh-in-line to the throne, has not yet been given a name. The Sussexes will begin their lives as a new family in their home at Frogmore Cottage.

The royal couple on their wedding day, now about to start a family.

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