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'Dreams can come true!': Metro Vancouver man wins $1 million Lotto Max prize

'Dreams can come true!': Metro Vancouver man wins $1 million Lotto Max prize

He called his wife and said, "everything is OK but I think we won a million dollars."
'Serious gaps' in B.C. liquor, cannabis store privacy protections

'Serious gaps' in B.C. liquor, cannabis store privacy protections

Use of facial recognition software to end, orders provincial Privacy Commissioner Michael McEvoy
Travel restrictions down, visitor traffic up on the Island

Travel restrictions down, visitor traffic up on the Island

'There is certainly pent-up demand to travel'
More border reopening plans to be unveiled in coming weeks: Trudeau

More border reopening plans to be unveiled in coming weeks: Trudeau

Fully vaccinated Canadians can return to the country without quarantine effective July 5
Study reassures parents, teachers that COVID-19 infrequently shared at school

Study reassures parents, teachers that COVID-19 infrequently shared at school

VANCOUVER — A study of school staff in Vancouver says their risk of developing COVID-19 through contact at school is identical to their risk of catching the virus in the community.
What are the hottest spots in B.C. this week?

What are the hottest spots in B.C. this week?

Expect a heat wave, with some temps across the province in the 30- to 40-degree range.
'Like a bowl of milk': B.C.'s disappearing glaciers threatens lives, tourism

'Like a bowl of milk': B.C.'s disappearing glaciers threatens lives, tourism

Every year, the province's glaciers lose enough water to fill BC Place Stadium 8,300 times. The province's scientists and outdoor community worry that's putting people and wildlife at risk.
Old-growth activists say they are allied with First Nations. Is that really true?

Old-growth activists say they are allied with First Nations. Is that really true?

“The environmental movement needs to be more respectful. How would any of them like it if I came into their backyard and set up a protest?”
B.C. to begin DRIPA-based negotiations with Tahltan First Nation on two northwest mining projects

B.C. to begin DRIPA-based negotiations with Tahltan First Nation on two northwest mining projects

The discussions are scheduled to take place under the framework of Section 7 of the DRIPA Act– which B.C. adopted in 2019– which sets out provisions for negotiating consent-based decision making agreements for the the purposes of reconciliation. 
Williams Lake band planning own radar search at former St. Joesph’s Residential School

Williams Lake band planning own radar search at former St. Joesph’s Residential School

The First Nation hopes to conduct a ground-penetrating radar survey of its own, announcing its intention just weeks after the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation announced it had found, with the use of the radar technology, what is believed to be the unmarked graves of 215 children at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.