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Canadian jets still waiting for advanced missiles U.S. used to destroy flying objects

Canadian jets still waiting for advanced missiles U.S. used to destroy flying objects

OTTAWA — Canadian fighter jets still have not been armed with the type of missiles used by the American military to bring down four airborne objects in recent weeks, more than two years after such missiles were ordered. The U.S.
New regulations to help ensure long-haul truckers don't drive tired in B.C.

New regulations to help ensure long-haul truckers don't drive tired in B.C.

Mandatory electronic logs to ensure drivers don't exceed hours of service
One in five B.C. residents can't cover an unexpected $500 bill, poll shows

One in five B.C. residents can't cover an unexpected $500 bill, poll shows

Almost half of British Columbians surveyed reported being very concerned with their ability to afford housing or rent.
Thirteen years after Vancouver 2010, Canada’s sport system at a crossroads and in crisis

Thirteen years after Vancouver 2010, Canada’s sport system at a crossroads and in crisis

While dreams of a 2030 Winter Olympics in Canada have not died, advocates say the country must first grapple with its crisis in sport
B.C. embraces a remote work future

B.C. embraces a remote work future

B.C.’s top bureaucrat says the government is embracing remote work in a bid to recruit and retain talent as it struggles to fill jobs.
A look at the incidents in which flying objects were shot down over North America

A look at the incidents in which flying objects were shot down over North America

The U.S. military has shot four flying objects out of the sky in the month of February.
Displaced Merritt, B.C., residents to move into transitional housing

Displaced Merritt, B.C., residents to move into transitional housing

MERRITT, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Nearly 15 months after catastrophic floods forced the evacuation of the southern interior city of Merritt, B.C., some residents whose homes were destroyed will soon move into new transitional housing.
B.C. team helps rescue woman, pulled from rubble four days after Turkey quake

B.C. team helps rescue woman, pulled from rubble four days after Turkey quake

A search and rescue team from British Columbia has taken part in the successful rescue of a woman buried beneath rubble, more than four days after the devastating earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria earlier this week.
'Too hot': Home energy use a topic many B.C. couples bicker about

'Too hot': Home energy use a topic many B.C. couples bicker about

Leaving the TV on. Running the dishwasher or washing machine when only half full. These are just some of the things B.C. couples argue about when it comes to energy use in their home, suggests a new BC Hydro survey.
Ottawa spending $2M on new unmarked graves report lacks 'transparency': official

Ottawa spending $2M on new unmarked graves report lacks 'transparency': official

Ottawa's decision to contract work around the search for unmarked graves to an non-Indigenous organization based in the Netherlands risks causing harm and lacks transparency, says a government-appointed adviser dedicated to the issue.