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B.C. First Nation accuses city of 'bad faith' negotiation, habitat destruction as it moves to develop riverfront

B.C. First Nation accuses city of 'bad faith' negotiation, habitat destruction as it moves to develop riverfront

The Katzie First Nation is accusing the City of Maple Ridge of 'bad faith' negotiations on a controversial riverfront development.
Court pilot project to assist in separation, divorce cases

Court pilot project to assist in separation, divorce cases

Plan to assist modest- and low-income family law cases through courts
Deer attack in southeastern B.C. leaves woman cut, battered and bruised

Deer attack in southeastern B.C. leaves woman cut, battered and bruised

KIMBERLEY, B.C. — A British Columbia woman says she needed hospital treatment for injuries including gashes and deep bruises after being attacked by a deer defending its fawn.
B.C. hotels see light at the end of dark COVID-19 tunnel

B.C. hotels see light at the end of dark COVID-19 tunnel

Approximately 80% of British Columbians now feel it's safe to travel to nearby communities.
Adolescents' mental well-being should be a focus of public health, UBC researcher finds

Adolescents' mental well-being should be a focus of public health, UBC researcher finds

Adolescents with worse mental health pre-pandemic actually fared better during the pandemic

Small, out-of-control wildfire prompts evacuation alerts near Lytton, B.C.

LYTTON, B.C. — The BC Wildfire Service says a blaze sparked Wednesday in the Fraser Canyon has charred nearly one square kilometre of bush south of Lytton.
Forestry company San Group eyes Terrace for northwest B.C expansion

Forestry company San Group eyes Terrace for northwest B.C expansion

Northwest B.C.’s geographic location with ports in Prince Rupert and Kitimat was a natural choice for the company’s expansion plans.
AstraZeneca second dose 'good choice' despite federal guidance: B.C.'s top doctor

AstraZeneca second dose 'good choice' despite federal guidance: B.C.'s top doctor

VICTORIA — There is no wrong choice for a second COVID-19 vaccine dose despite recommendations from a federal panel that people who received Oxford-AstraZeneca first should choose Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna for a second shot, says British Columbia's
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on concerts in the fall in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on concerts in the fall in B.C.

Will the show go on?
Substance found at park in Richmond, B.C., is from beetles, RCMP say

Substance found at park in Richmond, B.C., is from beetles, RCMP say

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Mounties say a previously unknown substance found at the base of trees at a park in Richmond, B.C., is related to a beetle infestation.
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