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B.C. scraps contentious deep well credits for oil and gas

B.C. scraps contentious deep well credits for oil and gas

New oil and gas royalty regime expected to boost government revenue by $200 million annually
Abbotsford commercial poultry flock latest to test positive for avian flu in B.C.

Abbotsford commercial poultry flock latest to test positive for avian flu in B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Avian flu has been found in a commercial flock in the Fraser Valley, the same area where 80 per cent of British Columbia's poultry farms are located. B.C.
B.C.'s Othello Tunnels remain closed, damaged after storms

B.C.'s Othello Tunnels remain closed, damaged after storms

Normally, Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park opens in May.
Ottawa bans China's Huawei, ZTE 5G equipment

Ottawa bans China's Huawei, ZTE 5G equipment

Canada's five closest intelligence allies have already taken measures to ban the equipment over espionage concerns
Ex-legislature clerk Craig James found guilty of breach of trust and fraud under $5,000

Ex-legislature clerk Craig James found guilty of breach of trust and fraud under $5,000

Craig James cleared of three allegations but guilty on two counts.
Crews working to restore power to parts of B.C.'s south coast hammered by high winds

Crews working to restore power to parts of B.C.'s south coast hammered by high winds

VANCOUVER — Crews were making headway restoring electricity to thousands of customers across British Columbia's south coast after a fierce windstorm.
Accused in fatal Vancouver kitten beating awaits judge's decision

Accused in fatal Vancouver kitten beating awaits judge's decision

A man who beat his five-pound kitten so severely he fractured multiple bones and led to her being euthanized should be jailed for six months, a Crown prosecutor told a provincial court judge.
B.C.'s public-sector union contracts unlikely to drive inflation, experts say

B.C.'s public-sector union contracts unlikely to drive inflation, experts say

Organized labour cites importance of collective agreements for competitiveness, small businesses
Police identify the two killed in a fire that razed Vancouver hotel built in 1907

Police identify the two killed in a fire that razed Vancouver hotel built in 1907

Vancouver police have identified two people who died in a fire that destroyed a historic building in the city’s Gastown neighbourhood last month.
Nanaimo cop acquitted in birthday prisoner assault allegation

Nanaimo cop acquitted in birthday prisoner assault allegation

An RCMP officer has been acquitted of assault connected to an in-custody incident involving a drunk woman on her 19th birthday.