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Man homeless after BC Housing buys building

Man homeless after BC Housing buys building

Nathan Findlay was scheduled to move into Quebec Street House, until the unfinished apartment building in downtown Prince George was sold.
Bell and Telus customers will face higher roaming rates beginning next week

Bell and Telus customers will face higher roaming rates beginning next week

TORONTO — Some Canadians will pay more to use their cellphones while travelling abroad beginning next week. Telus and Bell say they are raising roaming rates, effective March 8 and 9, respectively.
Legal dispute over downtown apartments

Legal dispute over downtown apartments

Quebec Street House remains unoccupied and has been sold to an unnamed buyer.
$867 million for mental health, addictions

$867 million for mental health, addictions

VICTORIA — British Columbia Finance Minister Katrine Conroy says this year's budget marks the largest investment in mental health and addictions services in provincial history. The B.C.
Cougars hammer Giants

Cougars hammer Giants

The Cougars play the Giants again tonight at CN Centre.
Union leaders denied from speaking

Union leaders denied from speaking

“It's disappointing. It's frustrating. I don't recall ever this happening before."
Latest report on BC First Nations languages holds hope for future of revitalization

Latest report on BC First Nations languages holds hope for future of revitalization

​The Morgan and Dool families are part of a growing trend of First Nations families in British Columbia speaking their mother tongues in their homes.
No path to restarting Taylor mill, Canfor says

No path to restarting Taylor mill, Canfor says

Canfor Corp. says it is does not see a path forward to restarting its pulp mill operations in Taylor, and has begun exploring alternative uses for the site.
B.C. becomes first province to cover cost of prescription contraception

B.C. becomes first province to cover cost of prescription contraception

AccessBC has been advocating for universal, no-cost coverage for prescription contraception in BC since 2017.
Budget 2023: B.C. budget sees red for at least three more years

Budget 2023: B.C. budget sees red for at least three more years

Budget includes new output-based carbon pricing for industry