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‘Death by 1,000 cuts’ for 102 B.C. river estuary species at risk of extinction

‘Death by 1,000 cuts’ for 102 B.C. river estuary species at risk of extinction

More than 100 animal species in the Fraser River estuary could be “functionally extinct” within the next 25 years, unless an overarching, multi-government plan is put in place to save them, a new University of British Columbia (UBC) study warns.
Someone allegedly hit Dawson Creek dog in the head with a hammer: BC SPCA

Someone allegedly hit Dawson Creek dog in the head with a hammer: BC SPCA

Duke required immediate surgery, as his injury had been left untreated for so long that his eye was in danger of bursting.
Change made to insurance for B.C. condo owners amid rising premiums

Change made to insurance for B.C. condo owners amid rising premiums

VICTORIA — Insurance companies in British Columbia have agreed to end a pricing practice that has been identified as one of the key factors in skyrocketing property insurance premiums for condominiums. Earlier this year, the B.C.
Exercise caution when donating online this Giving Tuesday: BBB

Exercise caution when donating online this Giving Tuesday: BBB

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is urging anyone who plans on donating to an online charity this Giving Tuesday to exercise caution.
Interactive map allows you to compare B.C.'s COVID-19 situation to the rest of Canada

Interactive map allows you to compare B.C.'s COVID-19 situation to the rest of Canada

Today, health officials announced the deadliest weekend in B.C.'s coronavirus (COVID-19) history, with a staggering 46 fatalities in three days. 
B.C. instructor will teach you how to cook the perfect holiday turkey

B.C. instructor will teach you how to cook the perfect holiday turkey

In advance of Christmas dinner, a Thompson Rivers University (TRU) instructor will talk turkey with those preparing the meal.
B.C.'s top doctor emotional in offering condolences to families of dead

B.C.'s top doctor emotional in offering condolences to families of dead

VICTORIA — British Columbia recorded 46 more deaths over the last three days, its highest number of fatalities for that time period. Provincial health officer Dr.
Fiscal update: Feds to create Canada-wide child care system, restore wage subsidy to 75 per cent

Fiscal update: Feds to create Canada-wide child care system, restore wage subsidy to 75 per cent

Canadian businesses hard hit by the economic impacts COVID-19 will soon be tapping additional support from the federal government.

B.C. says land registry is open and will increase transparency in housing market

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has launched a new land registry that it says will help combat money laundering and make the real estate market more transparent. Beginning Monday, any corporation, trustee or partnership that buys land in B.C.
B.C. builders aim to pandemic-proof new homes

B.C. builders aim to pandemic-proof new homes

B.C. developer Qualex-Landmark is among the first to implement a number of measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in two new residential projects, part of a trend that is gaining traction across North America.