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Power outages across B.C
as windstorm batters South Coast, Vancouver Island - CBC.ca
Power outages across B.C
as windstorm batters South Coast, Vancouver Island
  CBC.ca

A winter storm warning is also in effect for the Coquihalla Highway and the Fraser Canyon, with up to 15 centimetres of snow and similarly strong winds.




Gas prices vary widely throughout British Columbia, Western Canada - Global News
Gas prices vary widely throughout British Columbia, Western Canada  Global News

Vancouver motorists are paying at least $1.27 per litre
In Edmonton, the cheapest price is 87.9 cents a litre.




Newly discovered cave in B.C
might be largest ever found in Canada - CBC.ca
Newly discovered cave in B.C
might be largest ever found in Canada
  CBC.ca

A newly discovered cave in a remote valley in British Columbia might be the country's largest
It was spotted in the northeastern area of Wells Gray Provincial ...




17 fish farms could all be phased out under new agreement between B.C
government, First Nations - CBC.ca
17 fish farms could all be phased out under new agreement between B.C
government, First Nations
  CBC.ca

Seventeen open-pen fish farms in B.C.'s Broughton Archipelago could all be phased out by 2023 under a new agreement between First Nations and the ...




British Columbia trade trip to China cancelled over Meng detention - CTV News
British Columbia trade trip to China cancelled over Meng detention  CTV News

The detention of a top Huawei executive in Canada has derailed British Columbia's trade mission to China.




10,000 sick birds face uncertain future as avian hospital struggles to find qualified staff - CBC News
10,000 sick birds face uncertain future as avian hospital struggles to find qualified staff  CBC News

A bellowing "hello" is what gets your attention the minute you step into the reception area of Night Owl Bird Hospital, on Vancouver's West Side
The greeting ...




Politicizing Meng extradition case is harmful for Canada, former U.S
ambassador says - CBC.ca
Politicizing Meng extradition case is harmful for Canada, former U.S
ambassador says
  CBC.ca

The former U.S
ambassador to Canada says the attempted extradition of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou must be handled in a careful, unpolitical ...




After brutal winds, second round gears up for B.C
- The Weather Network
After brutal winds, second round gears up for B.C.  The Weather Network

Much of the Lower Mainland spent Friday in 'the calm before the storm', awaiting the arrival of biggest storm of the season so far, complete with damaging winds ...




Police say don't pay bitcoin ransoms as wave of North American bomb threats hits B.C
- CBC.ca
Police say don't pay bitcoin ransoms as wave of North American bomb threats hits B.C.  CBC.ca

Dozens of bomb threats were reported in major cities across Canada and the United States on Thursday
None have been deemed credible by police, and ...




Some B.C
fish farms to close or move in bid to help wild salmon recover - CTV News
Some B.C
fish farms to close or move in bid to help wild salmon recover
  CTV News

All 17 fish farms in British Columbia's Broughton Archipelago will either be closed or moved in an effort to create a migration path for wild salmon.




B.C
Green Party nominate daughter of former mayor for Nanaimo byelection - CBC.ca
B.C
Green Party nominate daughter of former mayor for Nanaimo byelection
  CBC.ca

The B.C
Green Party has selected a candidate with deep roots in Nanaimo for the city's upcoming provincial byelection
On Saturday, Michele Ney, whose father ...




ICBC asks for 6.3%

increase to basic insurance rates - CBC.ca
ICBC asks for 6.3%

increase to basic insurance rates
  CBC.ca

ICBC is set to announce its proposed new rates Friday, as the B.C
government attempts to address a "financial dumpster fire" at the public auto insurer.




Waiter accused of theft at 'chaotic' Vancouver airport restaurant reinstated by arbitrator - CBC News
Waiter accused of theft at 'chaotic' Vancouver airport restaurant reinstated by arbitrator  CBC News

A recent decision from the B.C
Labour Relations Board has vindicated server Mark Sheehy and reinstated him in his job at Canucks Bar and Grill.




'Life threatening' avalanches possible through much of B.C.'s backcountry - CBC.ca
'Life threatening' avalanches possible through much of B.C.'s backcountry  CBC.ca

Avalanche warnings have been issued for wide swaths of B.C.'s backcountry, after a major dump of snow in parts of the province.




Government of Canada announces funding to help apprentices in British Columbia complete their skilled trades training - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada announces funding to help apprentices in British Columbia complete their skilled trades training  Canada NewsWire

DELTA, BC, Dec
7, 2018 /CNW/ - Giving every Canadian a real and fair chance at success means helping them get the skills and training they need to succeed ...




'Very High' Probability Recent British Columbia Earthquakes Caused By Fracking: Expert - HuffPost Canada
'Very High' Probability Recent British Columbia Earthquakes Caused By Fracking: Expert  HuffPost Canada

FORT ST
JOHN, B.C
? The British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission is investigating a series of earthquakes that one expert says were very likely caused by ...




A month into legalization, Alberta is blowing away B.C.'s claim as Canada's pot capital - CBC.ca
A month into legalization, Alberta is blowing away B.C.'s claim as Canada's pot capital  CBC.ca

Alberta has issued nearly 70 private retail licences, while British Columbia has issued just one to a public retailer and another to a private store.




BC Ferries resumes service after high winds forced cancellations on major routes - CBC.ca
BC Ferries resumes service after high winds forced cancellations on major routes  CBC.ca

BC Ferries has cancelled all midday sailings between the mainland and Vancouver Island on Friday.




B.C
couple creates their own Dr
Seuss-inspired Whoville in their backyard - CBC.ca
B.C
couple creates their own Dr
Seuss-inspired Whoville in their backyard
  CBC.ca

A Kamloops, B.C., couple has brought the magical spirit of Christmas into their backyard in a big way with a homage to Whoville, the town in the classic Dr.




Vancouver's real divide isn't West vs
East
It's North vs
South - CBC.ca
Vancouver's real divide isn't West vs
East
It's North vs
South
  CBC.ca

But if you look at the data ? in public amenities, in demographics, in political representation ? the more significant difference is between north and south.




Oil and gas commission investigating quakes in northeast British Columbia - CTV News
Oil and gas commission investigating quakes in northeast British Columbia  CTV News

FORT ST
JOHN, B.C
-- The British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission is investigating a series of earthquakes that one expert says were very likely caused by ...




Prince Rupert under boil water notice; city says it could last over a week - CBC.ca
Prince Rupert under boil water notice; city says it could last over a week  CBC.ca

The City of Prince Rupert issued a boil water notice Friday afternoon due to unacceptably high levels of parasites in the drinking water
It said in a statement that ...




Bail hearing for embattled Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou will go to a third day - CBC News
Bail hearing for embattled Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou will go to a third day  CBC News

In Monday's bail hearing for embattled chief financial officer of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, her lawyer argued that nothing less than the dignity of ...




Extreme winds and winter storms blow into parts of western B.C
- CBC.ca
Extreme winds and winter storms blow into parts of western B.C.  CBC.ca

Environment Canada has issued warnings of visibility-limiting snow storms and strong winds in certain areas.




Canadians giving up necessities, going into debt to pay for prescriptions, study finds - CBC News
Canadians giving up necessities, going into debt to pay for prescriptions, study finds  CBC News

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians are going into debt across the country to pay for prescription medication, according to a study from the University of British ...




2 British Columbia Officials On Indefinite Leave Amid Criminal Investigation - HuffPost Canada
2 British Columbia Officials On Indefinite Leave Amid Criminal Investigation  HuffPost Canada

VICTORIA ? Two key officials at British Columbia's legislature have been placed on indefinite leave over what an official says is a criminal investigation.




37%

of Metro Vancouverites think real estate market is 'extremely corrupt': report - CBC News
37%

of Metro Vancouverites think real estate market is 'extremely corrupt': report
  CBC News

According to a Transparency International Canada report on perceptions of domestic corruption, 37 per cent of those living in the Metro Vancouver area would ...




Oilpatch stays home from B.C
conference after Whistler mayor calls for climate-change compensation - CBC News
Oilpatch stays home from B.C
conference after Whistler mayor calls for climate-change compensation
  CBC News

Cenovus is the latest energy company to opt out of a investment conference in Whistler, B.C., after the mayor of that community called on Canadian Natural ...




B.C
to review stay of charges in high-profile money-laundering case - The Globe and Mail
B.C
to review stay of charges in high-profile money-laundering case
  The Globe and Mail

British Columbia's Attorney-General says the continuing battle against money laundering has been dealt a serious blow after criminal charges were stayed in a ...




News - 'Life threatening' avalanches threaten BC's backcountry - The Weather Network
News - 'Life threatening' avalanches threaten BC's backcountry  The Weather Network

Avalanche warnings have been issued for wide swaths of B.C.'s backcountry, after a major dump of snow in parts of the province.




From Vancouver to Vernon, police investigating bitcoin bomb threats - Global News
From Vancouver to Vernon, police investigating bitcoin bomb threats  Global News

Police across B.C
say they are investigating reports of bomb threats that include demands for payment in bitcoin.




Government of Canada contributes to resilient communities in British Columbia - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada contributes to resilient communities in British Columbia  Canada NewsWire

VANCOUVER, Nov
16, 2018 /CNW/ - Flooding is Canada's costliest and most frequent natural disaster
Today, Joyce Murray, Member of Parliament for ...




A tendency to leak: staff at MOA ensure safety of artifacts amid heavy rains - CBC.ca
A tendency to leak: staff at MOA ensure safety of artifacts amid heavy rains  CBC.ca

The familiar drip that follows a heavy Vancouver storm is a sound all too familiar to the staff of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.




B.C
becomes first western Canadian province to fund gender-affirming lower surgeries - Global News
B.C
becomes first western Canadian province to fund gender-affirming lower surgeries
  Global News

Starting in 2019 transgender people in British Columbia will have access to publicly funded gender-affirming lower surgeries within the province.




B.C
customer says Air Canada charged U.S
dollars for trip booked in Canada - CBC.ca
B.C
customer says Air Canada charged U.S
dollars for trip booked in Canada
  CBC.ca

Castlegar, B.C., woman fights Air Canada after airline charges her in American dollars for a booking she says she made using the airline's app.




Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to spend weekend in jail after bail hearing adjourns - CBC News
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to spend weekend in jail after bail hearing adjourns  CBC News

Meng Wanzhou, the arrested chief financial officer for tech giant Huawei, will spend the weekend in a Canadian jail after a bail hearing adjourned Friday ...




Canada and British Columbia support transit improvements in communities across B.C
- Canada NewsWire
Canada and British Columbia support transit improvements in communities across B.C.  Canada NewsWire

LANGFORD, BC, Nov
16, 2018 /CNW/ - Investing in public transit infrastructure supports efficient, affordable and sustainable transportation options that help ...




Man injured in targeted shooting in south Vancouver - CBC.ca
Man injured in targeted shooting in south Vancouver  CBC.ca

Officers say a man in his 30s was shot near East 53rd Avenue and Prince Edward Street, and no arrests have been made.




19 WHL players named to Team British Columbia for 2019 Canada Winter Games - Western Hockey League
19 WHL players named to Team British Columbia for 2019 Canada Winter Games  Western Hockey League

Led by 2018 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft fifth overall selection Logan Stankoven (Kamloops, B.C
/ Kamloops Blazers) British Columbia will take aim ...




Christmas comes early for atheist family who opposed holiday symbols in the classroom - CBC News
Christmas comes early for atheist family who opposed holiday symbols in the classroom  CBC News

An atheist family whose child was not allowed to re-enrol in preschool after her parents fought against classroom Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations has ...




B.C
union members show support for Canada Post workers - CBC.ca
B.C
union members show support for Canada Post workers
  CBC.ca

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers say members of several major unions in B.C
have set up picket-lines at the Pacific Processing Centre near YVR in ...




Natural gas in B.C
will cost more starting Jan
1 - CBC.ca
Natural gas in B.C
will cost more starting Jan
1
  CBC.ca

Starting Jan
1, 2019, natural gas customers in B.C
will be paying more
FortisBC says residential customers on the Mainland and Vancouver Island will pay ...




Elections BC urges voters to mail referendum ballots this week as Canada Post strikes continue - CBC.ca
Elections BC urges voters to mail referendum ballots this week as Canada Post strikes continue  CBC.ca

Elections BC is urging British Columbians who haven't yet voted on the upcoming referendum on electoral reform to mail in their ballots this week to make sure ...




Fewer than half of ballots returned so far in B.C.'s electoral reform referendum - CBC.ca
Fewer than half of ballots returned so far in B.C.'s electoral reform referendum  CBC.ca

Elections BC says its next update on the number of returns will come on Monday
There will be further updates through the week as ballots arrive from *service* ...




Vancouver Private Schools | Schools in Vancouver, BC - OurKids.net
Vancouver Private Schools | Schools in Vancouver, BC  OurKids.net

Private schools in Vancouver come with a set of unique features
To help you with your search for the best school, compare schools by browsing our listings ...




Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C
while investigating earthquakes - CBC.ca
Regulator halts fracking operations in northeastern B.C
while investigating earthquakes
  CBC.ca

The B.C
Oil and Gas Commission has shut down oilfield fracking operations for at least 30 days in northeastern British Columbia while it investigates ...




Western newsletter: Experts pour cold water on Alberta premier?s pitch for new refineries - The Globe and Mail
Western newsletter: Experts pour cold water on Alberta premier?s pitch for new refineries  The Globe and Mail

Good morning, it's Alberta bureau chief James Keller
There's an idea that inevitably comes up in any debate about one of Canada's many raw exports.




B.C
College of Physicians wants 'Dr
Lipjob' sent to jail - CBC.ca
B.C
College of Physicians wants 'Dr
Lipjob' sent to jail
  CBC.ca

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C
wants a woman known as "Dr
Lipjob" sent to prison for allegedly continuing to give Botox treatments and other ...




Ride-Sharing Companies May Finally Be Allowed In British Columbia - HuffPost Canada
Ride-Sharing Companies May Finally Be Allowed In British Columbia  HuffPost Canada

Industry regulations will focus on pricing, insurance, licensing, and public safety.




So this is Christmas ? with a cat - CBC.ca
So this is Christmas ? with a cat  CBC.ca

Here's the thing about Christmas trees
To a human being, they're a symbol of joy and light at the darkest time of the year
But to a cat, they're giant climbing ...




British Columbia police officer raises concerns about online weed edible sales - CTV News
British Columbia police officer raises concerns about online weed edible sales  CTV News

Though cannabis was legalized Oct
17, edibles will not be legal until sometime within the next year
But that hasn't stopped entrepreneurs from cooking up ...




British Columbia intervening in Saskatchewan and Ontario court cases on carbon pricing - Global News
British Columbia intervening in Saskatchewan and Ontario court cases on carbon pricing  Global News

British Columbia will support the federal government's carbon pricing by intervening in court actions in the Saskatchewan and Ontario courts of appeal.




Intoxicated Victoria man dies after falling off Johnson St
Bridge - CBC.ca
Intoxicated Victoria man dies after falling off Johnson St
Bridge
  CBC.ca

Victoria police say an intoxicated man died early Saturday morning after climbing on a railing on the Johnson Street Bridge and falling into the water below.




RCMP investigating after man shot dead in Prince George - CBC.ca
RCMP investigating after man shot dead in Prince George  CBC.ca

RCMP are requesting the public's assistance as they investigating a homicide in Prince George on Friday night.




B.C
gangster killed in Mexico City - CBC News
B.C
gangster killed in Mexico City
  CBC News

Police confirm a high-ranking UN gang member has been killed in Mexico City as rival gangs fight for control.




B.C
investing $231M to build new homes for Indigenous residents - CBC.ca
B.C
investing $231M to build new homes for Indigenous residents
  CBC.ca

The British Columbia government is investing $231 million to build more than 1100 new affordable homes for Indigenous residents in communities across the ...




B.C
Legislature officials say they still don't know why they were suspended - CBC News
B.C
Legislature officials say they still don't know why they were suspended
  CBC News

Two top B.C
legislature officials who were suspended last week in the midst of an RCMP investigation say they still don't know anything about the allegations ...




B.C
to build 1,100 new homes for Indigenous residents - The Globe and Mail
B.C
to build 1,100 new homes for Indigenous residents
  The Globe and Mail

The British Columbia government is investing $231-million to build more than 1,100 new affordable homes for Indigenous residents in communities across the ...




Deadpool doesn't have time for your Nickelback hate - CBC.ca
Deadpool doesn't have time for your Nickelback hate  CBC.ca

Canadian star Ryan Reynolds' superhero alter-ego has outed himself as a Nickelback defender in a new trailer for "Once Upon A Deadpool." The trailer, titled ...




Bovine tuberculosis found in British Columbia cow - iPolitics.ca
Bovine tuberculosis found in British Columbia cow  iPolitics.ca

Canada's watchdog for food safety and animal health says a case of bovine tuberculosis has been found in British Columbia
In a statement Monday afternoon, ...




B.C
driving up national homicide rate, StatsCan report says - CBC.ca
B.C
driving up national homicide rate, StatsCan report says
  CBC.ca

British Columbia is one of the provinces responsible for a national increase in homicides in 2017, according to a Statistics Canada report.




Thousands Of Bald Eagles Flock To British Columbia's Fraser Valley - HuffPost Canada
Thousands Of Bald Eagles Flock To British Columbia's Fraser Valley  HuffPost Canada

Bald eagles are gathering in huge numbers for a salmon carcass feast along the Harrison River in British Columbia
The convocation happens every year from ...




Drake fans wait overnight for launch of clothing store in Vancouver - CBC.ca
Drake fans wait overnight for launch of clothing store in Vancouver  CBC.ca

Toronto poster boy Drake holds some serious sway in Vancouver, judging from the lineups he drew Saturday to the launch of his new store on Robson Street.




B.C
children's ministry admits negligence and fraud by B.C
social worker - CBC.ca
B.C
children's ministry admits negligence and fraud by B.C
social worker
  CBC.ca

B.C.'s Ministry of Children and Family Development has admitted to fraud and negligence by a social worker facing multiple accusations of exploiting vulnerable ...




The weight of silence: Ryan Shtuka's disappearance continues to haunt B.C
ski resort - CBC News
The weight of silence: Ryan Shtuka's disappearance continues to haunt B.C
ski resort
  CBC News

As Sun Peaks, B.C., prepares for another busy ski season, the mystery of Ryan Shtuka's disappearance continues to haunt the Interior resort town
Shtuka, 20 ...




Elections BC cites Canada Post strike in extending referendum vote by one week - The Globe and Mail
Elections BC cites Canada Post strike in extending referendum vote by one week  The Globe and Mail

The deadline for mail-in voting packages in British Columbia's electoral reform referendum has been extended by a week
Elections BC says the added time ...




B.C
to be first among western provinces to tackle inactive wells - The Globe and Mail
B.C
to be first among western provinces to tackle inactive wells
  The Globe and Mail

BCOGC chief executive Paul Jeakins told The Globe the new regulations would be in place by next May.




University of Victoria to equip security staff with EpiPens - CBC.ca
University of Victoria to equip security staff with EpiPens  CBC.ca

The University of Victoria is taking a new approach to dealing with people who experience anaphylactic reactions
The University's campus security services ...




Newly discovered cave in B.C
park might be the largest in Canada - Toronto Star
Newly discovered cave in B.C
park might be the largest in Canada
  Toronto Star

The cave 'is about the size of a soccer field' and is in a remote, rugged valley covered with snow and ice for a greater part of the year.




Syrian refugee stranded in Malaysian airport for 7 months coming to Canada - CBC News
Syrian refugee stranded in Malaysian airport for 7 months coming to Canada  CBC News

Hassan Al Kontar, who lived in limbo for months at the Kuala Lumpur Airport, has posted a video saying he is on his way to Whistler, B.C., thanks to his ...




Taxi industry hopes to placate customers before ride-sharing arrives in B.C
- CBC.ca
Taxi industry hopes to placate customers before ride-sharing arrives in B.C.  CBC.ca

Online ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft are coming to British Columbia next year, meanwhile complaints about poor taxi *service* continue.




Natural gas bills in British Columbia set to rise after pipeline explosion - Global News
Natural gas bills in British Columbia set to rise after pipeline explosion  Global News

Most British Columbia residents will pay more for natural gas after an Enbridge pipeline exploded in October near Prince George.




Storm smacks B.C
triggering wind, rain and snowfall warnings - CBC.ca
Storm smacks B.C
triggering wind, rain and snowfall warnings
  CBC.ca

Weather warnings are now in place for large parts of southern B.C and the Peace River region as a strong storm hits the province
Environment Canada says up ...




B.C
sea sponges show unique resilience in face of climate change - CBC News
B.C
sea sponges show unique resilience in face of climate change
  CBC News

Sally Leys, biological sciences professor at the University of Alberta, co-authored recent research on B.C.'s glass sponges that found the animals use very little ...




'It blows my mind': How B.C
destroys a key natural wildfire defence every year - CBC News
'It blows my mind': How B.C
destroys a key natural wildfire defence every year
  CBC News

Last year, 12812 hectares of B.C
forest was sprayed with the herbicide glyphosate
It's an annual event ? a mass extermination of broadleaf trees mandated by ...




'Tis the season for longer emergency room waits for kids, says expert - CBC.ca
'Tis the season for longer emergency room waits for kids, says expert  CBC.ca

Waiting with a sick child in the emergency room can be an angst-ridden experience and people should expect to wait even longer during the holiday season.




'He was an ambassador': Snowmobile guide dies after rollover near Sicamous, B.C
- CBC.ca
'He was an ambassador': Snowmobile guide dies after rollover near Sicamous, B.C.  CBC.ca

The outdoor community is in mourning after a well-known guide died in an accident Sunday, the B.C
Snowmobile Federation said
Federation executive director ...




The electrification of B.C.: How a 2030 deadline is tipping the balance of power - The Globe and Mail
The electrification of B.C.: How a 2030 deadline is tipping the balance of power  The Globe and Mail

Efforts to shift toward electrification and reduce the province's carbon footprint mean big changes ahead for British Columbians.




Government of Canada supports removal of abandoned boats in British Columbia through the Oceans Protection Plan - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada supports removal of abandoned boats in British Columbia through the Oceans Protection Plan  Canada NewsWire

VICTORIA, Nov
30, 2018 /CNW/ - Abandoned boats are a growing problem across Canada
The Government of Canada, through its Oceans Protection Plan, ...




Ban renovictions
Let all condo owners rent out their units, B.C
task force says - CBC.ca
Ban renovictions
Let all condo owners rent out their units, B.C
task force says
  CBC.ca

B.C
should end nearly all renovictions and prevent strata corporations from banning rentals in condo developments, the province's task force for rental housing ...




Every new car sold in 2040 will be zero-emission, B.C
government says - CBC News
Every new car sold in 2040 will be zero-emission, B.C
government says
  CBC News

All new cars and trucks sold in B.C
in the year 2040 will have to be zero-emission vehicles, the premier promised Tuesday
John Horgan said the government is ...




B.C
caribou herds stabilizing where wolves are culled, forest ministry says - CBC.ca
B.C
caribou herds stabilizing where wolves are culled, forest ministry says
  CBC.ca

With one year remaining for British Columbia's controversial wolf cull, some caribou herds appear to be stabilizing in the province's northeast
Wolves are being ...




Canada Post parcel delays driving shoppers offline and back into stores, survey suggests - CBC.ca
Canada Post parcel delays driving shoppers offline and back into stores, survey suggests  CBC.ca

A recent survey shows one in four Canadians are cutting back on online shopping because of concerns over potential delivery disruptions, as Canada Post ...




$1.1B pledged by Washington governor in 'herculean effort' to save orcas - CBC.ca
$1.1B pledged by Washington governor in 'herculean effort' to save orcas  CBC.ca

With scientists warning that the Northwest's beloved killer whales are on the brink of extinction, Washington Gov
Jay Inslee announced dramatic plans Thursday ...




Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand - CTV News
Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand  CTV News

2019 is going to be a big year for advocates of an agreement calling for freer trade, movement, and co-operation between Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and ...




B.C
moves to phase out non-electric car sales by 2040 - The Weather Network
B.C
moves to phase out non-electric car sales by 2040
  The Weather Network

British Columbia's premier said on Tuesday his government will introduce legislation next year that will require all new light-duty cars and trucks sold in the ...




Woman, 22, struck and killed by bus in Burnaby - CBC.ca
Woman, 22, struck and killed by bus in Burnaby  CBC.ca

Police said a pedestrian was hit by a bus at the intersection of 6th Street at 16th Avenue Thursday evening.




Provincial economic growth will slow in British Columbia: Central 1 Credit Union - Global News
Provincial economic growth will slow in British Columbia: Central 1 Credit Union  Global News

While northern BC booms, the rest of the province will slow, following a robust period of expansion.




Goodbye Vancouver: Canada?s great housing boom is shifting north thanks to LNG - Financial Post
Goodbye Vancouver: Canada?s great housing boom is shifting north thanks to LNG  Financial Post

Forget Vancouver
British Columbia's housing boom is set to shift to the province's rugged north as Royal Dutch Shell Plc's US$31 billion liquefied natural gas ...




Parts of Vancouver still under water as king tides continue - The Weather Network
Parts of Vancouver still under water as king tides continue  The Weather Network

The strongest storm of the season -- at least, thus far -- drenched the south coast of British Columbia through Tuesday morning, with more than 100 mm of rain ...




Tentative deal reached for 44,000 nurses across British Columbia - CBC.ca
Tentative deal reached for 44,000 nurses across British Columbia  CBC.ca

The Health Employers Association and The B.C
Nurses' Union bargaining group have announced a tentative agreement for the province's 44000 nurses.




Child poverty decreasing 'pitifully slowly' in B.C., report finds - CBC.ca
Child poverty decreasing 'pitifully slowly' in B.C., report finds  CBC.ca

One in five children continue to live in poverty in British Columbia, according to the latest child poverty report card
The report, released by the First Call B.C
...




Police seek tips after girl, 6, lured from playground and sexually assaulted - CBC.ca
Police seek tips after girl, 6, lured from playground and sexually assaulted  CBC.ca

Police are looking for tips after a six-year-old girl was allegedly lured from her school and sexually assaulted in South Vancouver last week
Investigators said a ...




Another unexplained clerical error helps B.C
gangster Jarrod Bacon - CBC.ca
Another unexplained clerical error helps B.C
gangster Jarrod Bacon
  CBC.ca

Last year he was mistakenly released from prison 16 months early
This year, the Parole Board of Canada failed to notify the public about his release status.




High-end B.C
house prices dropping, but no relief at lower levels - CBC.ca
High-end B.C
house prices dropping, but no relief at lower levels
  CBC.ca

Addressing attendees at a housing conference in Vancouver on Sunday, B.C
Premier John Horgan said the government will have to work with partners to ...




Premier John Horgan opens door to including dental coverage within B.C.?s health care system - Global News
Premier John Horgan opens door to including dental coverage within B.C.?s health care system  Global News

Premier John Horgan is not opposed to the idea of the province covering dental care as part of the provincial health care system.




Gordon Wilson says B.C
premier's attack on his character turned him into a 'pariah' - CBC.ca
Gordon Wilson says B.C
premier's attack on his character turned him into a 'pariah'
  CBC.ca

Former B.C
Liberal leader Gordon Wilson says his $5-million libel lawsuit against Premier John Horgan and others will cost taxpayers millions in legal fees, if it ...




'Help us fight for her': Sister of slain B.C
student speaks out about unsolved case - CBC.ca
'Help us fight for her': Sister of slain B.C
student speaks out about unsolved case
  CBC.ca

Bhavkiran "Kiran" Dhesi, 19, was a college student and kidney transplant recipient
She was killed in August 2017 in what police believe was a targeted hit.




FirstOnSite Restoration Reinvigorates Leadership Team in British Columbia - Canadian Underwriter
FirstOnSite Restoration Reinvigorates Leadership Team in British Columbia  Canadian Underwriter

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Nov
22, 2018/insPRESS/ ? FirstOnSite Restoration, Canada's leading independent disaster restoration services provider, has reinvigorated ...




Body found under Golden Ears Bridge identified by police as Hells Angels member - CBC.ca
Body found under Golden Ears Bridge identified by police as Hells Angels member  CBC.ca

A man who was killed and dumped under the Golden Ears Bridge in Maple Ridge on the weekend has been identified as a member of the Hells Angels.




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