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B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

VICTORIA — The New Democrat government pledged more homes for middle-class people in British Columbia and eviction protection for renters in a throne speech that promised affordability measures in this week's budget, with a provincial election set fo
UNBC T-wolves relishing underdog role in Canada West hoops playoff

UNBC T-wolves relishing underdog role in Canada West hoops playoff

Former T-wolves Shittu, Jessie suited up as starters this season for heaviy-favoured UBC Thunderbirds
Input sought on hunting regulations

Input sought on hunting regulations

Up to 50 proposed amendments are being considered in 2024, and cover a range of topics, including adjustments to season lengths, seasonal start and end times, and motor-vehicle restrictions.  
RCMP ask prosecutors to consider charge in B.C. crane collapse that killed 5

RCMP ask prosecutors to consider charge in B.C. crane collapse that killed 5

KELOWNA, B.C. — RCMP investigators have asked British Columbia prosecutors to consider criminal charges in a July 2021 construction crane collapse that killed five people in the Interior city of Kelowna.
Mental health minister says 'safer supply' drug concerns rooted in 'stigma and fear'

Mental health minister says 'safer supply' drug concerns rooted in 'stigma and fear'

OTTAWA — Canada's mental health and addictions minister believes fear and stigma are driving criticism of the government's decision to support prescribing pharmaceuticals to drug users to combat the country's overdose crisis.
City hosting OCP open houses at the House of Ancestors

City hosting OCP open houses at the House of Ancestors

Residents can attend to learn more about the Official Community Plan Review
Duchess Park claims zone bragging rights in triple-A girls basketball playoff

Duchess Park claims zone bragging rights in triple-A girls basketball playoff

Condors and College Heights Cougars both earn berths for provincial tournament in Langley
Take your picture with a banned book at the Prince George Public Library

Take your picture with a banned book at the Prince George Public Library

The PGPL is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Freedom to Read week
Lheidli T’enneh accepts pledge at Otway on Family Day

Lheidli T’enneh accepts pledge at Otway on Family Day

Caledonia Nordic Ski Club presented Chief Logan with a Respectful Acknowledgment pledge
FortisBC promotes hybrid heating systems

FortisBC promotes hybrid heating systems

FortisBC to invest nearly $700 million to lower carbon footprint