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Kevin Falcon names critic portfolios; plans to run for legislature

Kevin Falcon names critic portfolios; plans to run for legislature

Former leader Andrew Wilkinson to resign his seat
New cross atop Mt. Tzouhalem installed without permission

New cross atop Mt. Tzouhalem installed without permission

A new cross has been placed on the mountain.
'Stunning development': Vancouver no longer Canada's priciest housing market

'Stunning development': Vancouver no longer Canada's priciest housing market

Toronto overtakes Vancouver despite benchmark prices hitting record high: RBC
Rallying around Irish family in B.C. drowning in a sea of red tape

Rallying around Irish family in B.C. drowning in a sea of red tape

A family from Ireland remains in limbo at a Vernon motel, with no country to call home

Cummins signs deal to buy Westport's stake in natural gas engines joint venture

VANCOUVER — Cummins Inc. has signed a deal with Westport Fuel Systems Inc. to buy Westport's stake in a joint venture the companies shared and become the sole owner of the business.
Pandemic highlights problems in access to mental health, psychological services

Pandemic highlights problems in access to mental health, psychological services

VANCOUVER — As a registered psychologist who specializes in stress and anxiety, Dr. Melanie Badali says it's been difficult to watch some of her wait lists grow over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three avalanches near Pemberton Saturday leave one dead, RCMP say

Three avalanches near Pemberton Saturday leave one dead, RCMP say

VANCOUVER — One person has died and several others were injured after three avalanches near Pemberton, B.C., on Saturday, prompting RCMP to warn the warmer weather has led to an increased risk of the slides.
B.C. ups tourism infrastructure spending

B.C. ups tourism infrastructure spending

Province adds $21.3 million to help 50 tourism projects
Falcon heads to Victoria pledging B.C. Liberal rebuild, looks for seat in legislature

Falcon heads to Victoria pledging B.C. Liberal rebuild, looks for seat in legislature

VANCOUVER — The new leader of the British Columbia Liberals says he's on his way to Victoria with promises that will rebuild the party and attract voters while he also seeks his own seat in the legislature.
Enter your pet in the BC SPCA’s Calendar Contest

Enter your pet in the BC SPCA’s Calendar Contest

For many animal-lovers, their bond with their pets makes every day brighter