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B.C. government to provide $27.2M in grants to inter-city bus companies, regional airports

B.C. government to provide $27.2M in grants to inter-city bus companies, regional airports

Aviation sector advocates continue to urge the federal government to also provide support for the industry.
B.C. cat in the running to become America's Favourite Pet

B.C. cat in the running to become America's Favourite Pet

The winner will grace the cover of Catster Magazine.
Thousands of BC Parks campsites booked within hours of reservations opening

Thousands of BC Parks campsites booked within hours of reservations opening

While reservations are supposed to be for B.C. residents only until July 8, the province is counting on the honour system.
Opinion: People didn't pay attention to age rules and overwhelmed vaccine call centres

Opinion: People didn't pay attention to age rules and overwhelmed vaccine call centres

About 1.7 million calls were logged by mid-morning on launch day.
Tough on crime approach against prolific offenders in Williams Lake criticized

Tough on crime approach against prolific offenders in Williams Lake criticized

The tribal chair of the Tsilhqot’in National Government is speaking out against Williams Lake city council for its most recent push to have prolific and repeat offenders face tougher jail sentences.
Tsilhqot’in appeal Gibraltar Mines' discharge into Fraser River

Tsilhqot’in appeal Gibraltar Mines' discharge into Fraser River

A permit authorizing the use of the Fraser River for dilution of mine effluent is being challenged by the Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG).
Does your child have sleep issues?

Does your child have sleep issues?

Squamish mom and sleep professional promoting free virtual World Sleep Seminar for parents on March 18.
B.C.'s universities to start preparing for a return to in-person education this fall

B.C.'s universities to start preparing for a return to in-person education this fall

VICTORIA — British Columbia's minister of advanced education and skills training says universities and colleges will begin to prepare for a full return to campus starting this fall.
B.C. call centres to book vaccines will 'do better' after hectic first day: minister

B.C. call centres to book vaccines will 'do better' after hectic first day: minister

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's health minister promised to "do better" on Monday after call centres to schedule vaccine appointments were overwhelmed on the first day of booking. Adrian Dix said there were 1.
Itsy bitsy spider causes massive scare in Metro Vancouver car

Itsy bitsy spider causes massive scare in Metro Vancouver car

Police investigated after reports of a passenger in distress