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Joni Mitchell's music back on Spotify two years after joining Neil Young in boycott

Joni Mitchell's music back on Spotify two years after joining Neil Young in boycott

Joni Mitchell's music is back on Spotify more than two years after the songwriter pulled it off the platform in protest of other content available on the popular streaming service.
Prince George restorative justice council to receive provincial funding

Prince George restorative justice council to receive provincial funding

The BC First Nations Justice Council: Prince George is among a number of recipients to receive new funding from the Province, aiming to support restorative justice initiatives throughout BC, with $3 million dollars being put forward.
More than 200 cats and kittens surrendered from Houston home

More than 200 cats and kittens surrendered from Houston home

The BC SPCA says they're preparing to take more than 200 cats and kittens into their care from a home in Houston.
Affordable rental homes announced for Vanderhoof through provincial initiative

Affordable rental homes announced for Vanderhoof through provincial initiative

In Vanderhoof, 28 homes for families, seniors and people living with disabilities have been proposed, in partnership with the Nechako View Senior Citizens' Home Society.
Quesnel's Board of Education denounces Residential School denialism book

Quesnel's Board of Education denounces Residential School denialism book

Quesnel’s Board of Education has issued a statement to denounce the book Grave Error-How Media Misled us (and the Truth about Residential Schools), expressing their support for First Nations.
B.C. funds nearly 600 new affordable rental homes in the Interior, North

B.C. funds nearly 600 new affordable rental homes in the Interior, North

OKANAGAN FALLS, B.C. — The latest funding to flow through British Columbia's Community Housing Fund will add nearly 600 rental homes to communities in the Interior and northern B.C.
Man, woman arrested after crash in Sooke, B.C., led to 'explosive device,' police say

Man, woman arrested after crash in Sooke, B.C., led to 'explosive device,' police say

SOOKE, B.C. — Police on Vancouver Island say a man and a woman are in custody after a crash that led to the discovery of an "explosive device." RCMP in Sooke, B.C.
Man charged with second-degree murder in death of woman near UBC campus

Man charged with second-degree murder in death of woman near UBC campus

VANCOUVER — Police say a man has been charged with second-degree murder after a woman was found dead in a home on the edge of the University of British Columbia campus last week. A statement from Cpl.
Knife-wielding man arrested in Vancouver after refusing to drop weapon: police

Knife-wielding man arrested in Vancouver after refusing to drop weapon: police

VANCOUVER — Police in Vancouver say a man has been charged with assault and remains in custody after allegedly waving a kitchen knife as he advanced toward two officers at a busy city intersection.
Fraser-Fort George Regional District to receive $2.94 million for new provincial flood strategy

Fraser-Fort George Regional District to receive $2.94 million for new provincial flood strategy

The Fraser-Fort George Regional District is among 50 local disaster-risk reduction and climate-adaptation projects being funded by the province, who's put forward approximately $39 million through the Community Emergency Preparedness Fund (CEPF).