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Caretakers say it’s a crucial time to protect kɬúsx̌nítkʷ, the ‘heart’ of syilx homelands

Caretakers say it’s a crucial time to protect kɬúsx̌nítkʷ, the ‘heart’ of syilx homelands

With threats including shoreline erosion, microplastic and pollution, stewardship and conservation is top of mind for Indigenous and Western scientists
'Despicable': B.C. man gets time served for anti-Semitic harassment

'Despicable': B.C. man gets time served for anti-Semitic harassment

As part of his conditions, the 45-year-old man is not allowed to use a computer without parental supervision.
Metro Vancouver fraudsters fined $1.5M for personal spending spree

Metro Vancouver fraudsters fined $1.5M for personal spending spree

Three North Shore residents have been handed six-figure penalties and repayment orders following a personal spending spree with investors' money.
IOC delays 2030 hosting decision again, but B.C. government still out of the picture

IOC delays 2030 hosting decision again, but B.C. government still out of the picture

The committee's executive board has agreed with the Future Games Commission's proposal to take more time to study the impacts of climate change on future Winter Games, the possibility of rotating hosts from a pool of cities and requiring those cities to use only existing or temporary venues.
B.C. Greens open up nominations in case of snap election

B.C. Greens open up nominations in case of snap election

B.C. Premier David Eby has said he doesn’t intend to change the election date of October 2024, but B.C. Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau says she wants to be prepared
COP15 — the Canadian summit trying to stop a global extinction crisis

COP15 — the Canadian summit trying to stop a global extinction crisis

Nearly 200 countries will attend COP15, held in Montreal from Dec. 7-19, in an effort to ratify a 10-year plan to halt and reverse the largest extinction crisis since the disappearance of the dinosaurs.
B.C. court rules forestry company must pay $343,000 cost of 2016 wildfire suppression

B.C. court rules forestry company must pay $343,000 cost of 2016 wildfire suppression

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has upheld more than $343,000 in cost-recovery fines that were handed to a forestry company for starting a wildfire in 2016. A decision posted Monday says the wildfire near Nazko, in central B.C.
B.C.'s mega light displays to jump by 50% this season

B.C.'s mega light displays to jump by 50% this season

The province's Clark Griswolds say they'll do another mega display this year despite feeling inflation pressures.
YVR to become electric clean-tech test hub

YVR to become electric clean-tech test hub

Initiative will pair YVR with B.C. clean-techs to electrify airport operations
HMCS Winnipeg, Vancouver home for Christmas after six-month deployment

HMCS Winnipeg, Vancouver home for Christmas after six-month deployment

Family and friends bearing homemade signs and flowers were waiting at the jetty at CFB Esquimalt to welcome the ships’ crews, as was Defence Minister Anita Anand
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