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Restaurants worry about costs, unhappy patrons as Victoria considers rules to discourage single-use containers

Restaurants worry about costs, unhappy patrons as Victoria considers rules to discourage single-use containers

One City of Victoria proposal would require reusable dishware for dine-in meals.
James Steidle: Something doesn’t smell quite right at Prince George city hall

James Steidle: Something doesn’t smell quite right at Prince George city hall

"Giving secretive freebees to developers works OK, but it works better if you also undercut local media and its ability to tell the story."
How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

How air passenger complaints ballooned to 42,000-plus

The number of air passenger complaints to Canada's transport regulator is soaring, more than tripling to 42,000 over the past year.
Prince George social worker wins B.C. award

Prince George social worker wins B.C. award

“Heather Lamb is an exceptional and compassionate social worker who has made significant contributions improving the lives of British Columbians."
Former resident wins national basketball championship

Former resident wins national basketball championship

The 5’11” forward is in her fourth year with the team, based out of Nanaimo.
Todd Whitcombe: Poilievre makes mountains out of mole hills

Todd Whitcombe: Poilievre makes mountains out of mole hills

He is trying to manufacture a wedge issue to deflect from a lack of policy.
Sikh community call for hate crime charges after young man assaulted at bus stop late Friday night

Sikh community call for hate crime charges after young man assaulted at bus stop late Friday night

“It could happen to anybody here. If we are not safe here then what can we do for our safety?" said one student.
Shooting in Nanaimo, B.C., sends man to hospital with facial injuries

Shooting in Nanaimo, B.C., sends man to hospital with facial injuries

NANAIMO, B.C. — Mounties in British Columbia say one person is in hospital after a shooting in downtown Naniamo. The RCMP say the shooting was first reported by community safety officers who were flagged down by the victim at about 8 p.m. Saturday.
B.C. officers use spike belt to arrest 'prolific offender' in alleged stolen vehicle

B.C. officers use spike belt to arrest 'prolific offender' in alleged stolen vehicle

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police in Abbotsford, B.C., say a "prolific offender" has been arrested after officers used a spike belt to prevent the suspect from fleeing in an allegedly stolen vehicle.
Prince George doctor given provincial leadership award

Prince George doctor given provincial leadership award

Dr. Bill Clifford has been awarded for a lifetime of technological and medical innovation and leadership