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No more charges in alleged misspending case involving B.C. legislature senior staff

No more charges in alleged misspending case involving B.C. legislature senior staff

Rural communities face a steep bill from climate change, but all of Canada pays the price

Rural communities face a steep bill from climate change, but all of Canada pays the price

Small, remote communities such as Lytton — particularly those populated by First Nations — often pay the steepest price of climate change, but are allocated the least resources to mitigate its effects, despite rural areas' disproportionate contributions to Canada’s economy, said Brian Eddy, a researcher at Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN).
Wait time for MRIs, imaging services have Canadians paying for their pain

Wait time for MRIs, imaging services have Canadians paying for their pain

Backlogs for medical imaging procedures like CT scans, X-rays, ultrasounds, and MRIs are impacting Canadians and something needs to be done, said Dr. Gilles Soulez, president of the Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR).

B.C. RCMP say activists used garbage, vehicles and trenches to prevent access

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — Nearly two dozen protesters have been arrested in the Granite Mainline Forest Service Road area, as RCMP enforced a BC Supreme Court injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on southern Vancouver Island.
B.C. farmers hit by drought, fire and record heat eligible for financial aid

B.C. farmers hit by drought, fire and record heat eligible for financial aid

Ranches and farms impacted by heat, fire and drought are eligible for emergency funding and animal feed programs.
Monte Lake residents, B.C.'s forest ministry have contradictory views of firefighting effort

Monte Lake residents, B.C.'s forest ministry have contradictory views of firefighting effort

B.C. records 395 COVID-19 cases, no new deaths as infections continue upward march

B.C. records 395 COVID-19 cases, no new deaths as infections continue upward march

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials reported 395 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday with infections showing no signs of slowing down. In a news release, they say there are no additional deaths and 23 of those infected are in intensive care.
B.C. Supreme Court judge refuses to ask jurors about vaccine status

B.C. Supreme Court judge refuses to ask jurors about vaccine status

Request delved into “a private and personal sphere”
Squamish Nation to investigate St. Paul's Indian Residential School for unmarked graves

Squamish Nation to investigate St. Paul's Indian Residential School for unmarked graves

Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) launches investigation into former St. Paul’s Indian Residential School site to find answers about the children who attended the institution but never made it home
Updated: Feds invest $17 million in Steveston small craft harbour improvements

Updated: Feds invest $17 million in Steveston small craft harbour improvements

Twenty-six B.C. harbours are receiving federal funding