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Rumours swirl that Electronic Arts is seeking to be acquired

Rumours swirl that Electronic Arts is seeking to be acquired

U.S. company is B.C.'s largest digital-arts company employer
Canada's emissions plan 128 megatonnes short of 1.5 C target, says report

Canada's emissions plan 128 megatonnes short of 1.5 C target, says report

To help evade 1.5 C in warming, a new report says Canada needs to close a gap equivalent to emissions from all road transportation in 2020.
Hiker who fell nearly 30 feet one of several long-weekend rescues

Hiker who fell nearly 30 feet one of several long-weekend rescues

Vancouver Island rescue crews were dispatched to several calls for help over the Victoria Day long weekend, from a hiker, cyclist and boaters.
Farm owners navigate labour challenges

Farm owners navigate labour challenges

Temporary foreign worker wages and numbers set to increase this year

Indigenous-owned resort in B.C.'s Shuswap region damaged in fire but band to rebuild

CHASE, B.C. — Fire has destroyed part of an Indigenous owned and operated lodge in the southern Interior but the Little Shuswap Lake Band says it is planning to rebuild.
Farms in B.C. and Alberta latest to have confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza

Farms in B.C. and Alberta latest to have confirmed outbreaks of avian influenza

VANCOUVER — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has confirmed two more outbreaks of avian influenza in small flocks — one in southern British Columbia and the other in southeastern Alberta.
Prime Minister vows to partner with Tk'emlups on next steps

Prime Minister vows to partner with Tk'emlups on next steps

“We're here for you. We'll continue to remember the children who never returned, and to support one another as we walk forward together on the shared path of reconciliation,” said Trudeau.
Metro Vancouver testing artificial reefs to protect shorelines from climate change

Metro Vancouver testing artificial reefs to protect shorelines from climate change

Only ever used on a piece of public art in B.C., Metro Vancouver will trial biorock technology as a way to create new habitat for sea creatures, regrow coastal infrastructure and protect shorelines threatened by climate change.
Budding Tsleil-Waututh artist creates logo for UN Association in Canada

Budding Tsleil-Waututh artist creates logo for UN Association in Canada

Thirteen-year-old Gordie Dick's logo will feature prominently at events to celebrate World Environment Day and the UN Environment Programme.
Environmental group seeks to protect rare endangered snake in the Pemberton Valley

Environmental group seeks to protect rare endangered snake in the Pemberton Valley

Stewardship Pemberton Society, in coordination with the Pemberton Valley Trail Association, plans to temporarily restrict access to popular mountain bike area