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Grizzly attack leaves BC forestry worker with significant injuries - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Grizzly attack leaves BC forestry worker with significant injuries
CBC.ca
A man working in the forest on British Columbia's central coast was mauled by a grizzly Wednesday
Sgt
Scott Norris with the B.C. Conservation Officer Service says other crew members quickly came to the man's defence, but his injuries are significant.


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Federal budget allocates billions for transit and housing in BC - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Federal budget allocates billions for transit and housing in BC
CBC.ca
The federal government has reconfirmed a commitment to fund new housing and transit projects in British Columbia in its second budget
The TransLink Mayor's Council is applauding the federal investment of $2.2 billion in transportation in Metro ...

BC transit police need better mental health support: WatchdogMetroNews Canada
Ottawa promises to pay 40%

of Broadway subway, Surrey light rail ...
Vancouver Sun


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Beach closed, dogs temporarily banned after wolf attack near Ucluelet - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Beach closed, dogs temporarily banned after wolf attack near Ucluelet
CBC.ca
A series of wolf attacks has prompted the closure of Wickaninnish Beach near Ucluelet, B.C. as well as a ban on dogs for the entire Long Beach Unit of the Park
That means dogs are banned from all areas of the park between Tofino and Ucluelet for one ...


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6 rescued after boat runs aground near Tofino, BC - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

6 rescued after boat runs aground near Tofino, BC
CBC.ca
A Canadian Coast Guard lifeboat and a passing vessel were able rescue the six passengers and take them back to Tofino
Only one passenger was injured during the collision
Haddock said it's unknown if the boat had its running lights on at the time.


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Rafe Mair's New Cause: Getting BC Out of Canada - TheTyee.ca

TheTyee.ca

Rafe Mair's New Cause: Getting BC Out of Canada
TheTyee.ca
I think B.C. has a much different and probably healthier attitude to Quebec than a lot of English-speaking Canadians do
British Columbians, we're not mad at Quebec, we're not upset at having French as a language in Canada, as long as the deal is fair.





Mother and daughter identified as victims in murder-suicide in northeast BC - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Mother and daughter identified as victims in murder-suicide in northeast BC
CBC.ca
A mother and her teenage daughter have been identified as the victims of a murder-suicide in northeastern B.C. last week
Linda Watson, 47, and her daughter Krystina Haggard, 15, were found dead in their home on Saulteau First Nation lands in Moberly ...


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Still no answers as BC oyster norovirus outbreak continues - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Still no answers as BC oyster norovirus outbreak continues
CBC.ca
There are still no answers as to what caused the B.C. oyster-related norovirus outbreak that has seen hundreds fall ill since December
Federal agencies, including the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and the ...

Norovirus rocks British Columbia's shellfish sectorThe Globe and Mail

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2017 British Columbia election: Surrey-Green Timbers riding profile - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

2017 British Columbia election: Surrey-Green Timbers riding profile
CBC.ca
When the Surrey-Green Timbers riding was created prior to the 1991 election, immigrants made up 28.5 per cent of the population, and it was just starting to become the centre of B.C.'s Indo-Canadian community
By 2006, half of the population were ...


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IIO files petition against Vancouver Police chief after investigation stalemate - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

IIO files petition against Vancouver Police chief after investigation stalemate
CBC.ca
The Independent Investigations Office has filed a legal petition against Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer and seven officers, arguing they aren't cooperating with the investigation into the fatal shooting of a man outside a Canadian Tire last year ...

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Canadian softwood lumber in U.S
crosshairs, B.C
envoy says - The ..
- The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

Canadian softwood lumber in U.S
crosshairs, B.C
envoy says - The ...

The Globe and Mail
British Columbia's envoy in the latest softwood-lumber dispute will be back in Washington next week and says recent comments by U.S
President Donald ...


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