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Northwest NDP MP slams Liberal government over foreign ownership of B.C. fishing licences
Taylor Bachrach urges federal government to heed 2019 recommendations
Tahltan Central Government and province of B.C. agree to create wildlife stewardship program
The program will have joint wildlife governance, management and data collection.
Transport Canada fines Wainwright Marine $52K for 2021 fatal tugboat sinking off B.C. North Coast
Families and politicians call for stronger rules and harsher penalties to protect tugboat workers
Canadian business bankruptcies on the rise with no signs of slowing
54 per cent of business owners are yet to return to normal, pre-pandemic revenue levels
UFO sightings on the rise in B.C., Alberta? At least, according to researchers
British Columbians are more likely to claim to see UFOs than the rest of Canada
Cancer patient plans sacred space in Kootenay hospital
The space will allow patients to focus on emotional wellness and find support from their peers.
‘Quite an emotional feeling’: Hikers to ascend Mount Terry Fox in support of cancer research
The hike follows 18 km of alpine streams and wildflower meadows.
British Columbians with Type 2 diabetes are struggling with their mental health: survey
Federal diabetes strategy must include emotional support
Staff absenteeism has doubled at BC Ferries, impacting sailings and cancellations
COVID-19, injury and family emergencies are all to blame
B.C. old-growth protesters spray-painted landmarks; celebrate global civil disobedience
The group has made headlines recently for blocking traffic
World’s top physicists to be in B.C. this summer to bring down science’s greatest mystery
The Quantum Gravity Institute could be the start of time travel, quantum devices or clean energy
British Columbians support progressive housing policies to combat affordability crisis: poll
The soaring cost of housing is the single biggest component of the affordability crisis in B.C.
Ducknana? Banaduck? London Drugs sells quacky deal and takes internet by storm
The strange sculpture is taking B.C. by storm
Charges laid in Yaletown homicide; police say suspect and victim were strangers
A Vancouver woman has been charged and is in custody following last week’s stabbing in Yaletown.
B.C. is the loneliest province; developers are looking at ‘micro-communities’ to change that
B.C. ranks dead-last for life satisfaction
Galiano Island’s ecological footprint swells from tourism: study
Community’s footprint ‘much larger’ than other B.C. locales
A majority of British Columbians are choosing to shop at small businesses: survey
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business launches annual contest to encourage local shopping
B.C. leads Canada in breweries despite quaffing less beer than any other province
Province sees 15 per cent increase in breweries as per capita beer sales decline
B.C. bald eagle nest success threatened amid avian influenza outbreaks
Province is monitoring troublesome conditions for eagles in southwestern B.C.
Learning to live with wildfires should be at core of prevention efforts, experts urge
As wildfires are predicted to worsen, we must learn to ‘co-exist’ with fires