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A Great North Christmas movie trailer offers snapshot of city locations used

A Great North Christmas movie trailer offers snapshot of city locations used

Film will be shown during the Christmas season on one of the major TV networks and will available on a streaming platform
UBC professor located dead on Salt Spring Island

UBC professor located dead on Salt Spring Island

Police do not believe criminality was involved
Blackwater Road sinkhole big enough to swallow a car

Blackwater Road sinkhole big enough to swallow a car

Road crew worker on the scene warned Quesnel driver to avert disaster
Anti-mask, anti-vaccine protesters state their case

Anti-mask, anti-vaccine protesters state their case

Weekly rally in response to government/health authorities' handling of COVID-19 pandemic
Vancouver mayor, police apologize to retired B.C. judge for wrongful detainment

Vancouver mayor, police apologize to retired B.C. judge for wrongful detainment

VANCOUVER — The mayor of Vancouver says he is "appalled" that police officers wrongfully detained and handcuffed a retired British Columbia Supreme Court justice out for a walk on Friday morning.
Fort St. John airport holds steady, with optimistic outlook for future

Fort St. John airport holds steady, with optimistic outlook for future

Usual business at the North Peace Regional Airport has been slow to take off this year due to the pandemic, but Mike Karsseboom still has plenty of reasons to smile and keep busy. The airport saw back-to-back good news this week: first, $8.
Seaweed cultivation a growing coastal trend

Seaweed cultivation a growing coastal trend

There’s a surge of excitement around seaweed cultivation on the West Coast if the heavy-hitters on the speakers’ list of an upcoming inaugural conference on the topic is any measure of interest.
Richmond health-food business makes Financial Times list of fastest-growing companies

Richmond health-food business makes Financial Times list of fastest-growing companies

The profit growth was driven by different factors, including collaborating with Canadian retailers to make health products more accessible and expanding into international markets. 
Former gaming minister agrees 'unfair' to cop who said 'something stinky' at casinos

Former gaming minister agrees 'unfair' to cop who said 'something stinky' at casinos

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's former gaming minister said comments he made more than a decade ago about a top-ranking financial crime investigator's concerns about "something stinky" going on at provincial casinos were not fair.
INVESTIGATION: B.C.-owned addiction rehab environmentally safe: BC Housing

INVESTIGATION: B.C.-owned addiction rehab environmentally safe: BC Housing

Agency confirms cleanup of hazardous materials on already-operating facility site