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Major Crimes investigating death of woman in Chetwynd

Major Crimes investigating death of woman in Chetwynd

Major crimes investigators have been called in to investigate after a 57-year-old woman was found dead inside a home in East Pine near Chetwynd.
Son whose father died after long wait to see oncologist hopes to see more health funding

Son whose father died after long wait to see oncologist hopes to see more health funding

Remi Tran says his 70-year-old father waited three months to see an oncologist after being diagnosed with liver cancer.
Indigenous women in public life need support and 'dinosaur skin', says tribal council leader

Indigenous women in public life need support and 'dinosaur skin', says tribal council leader

President of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council and Hupacasath First Nation was reacting to news that Melanie Mark, B.C.’s first First Nations cabinet minister, is resigning from her seat
'Like starting a new life': Refugees arrive as skilled workers under expanding pilot

'Like starting a new life': Refugees arrive as skilled workers under expanding pilot

TORONTO — Mulham Alkhalil has been working for a high-end furniture manufacturer in Toronto since arriving in Canada last year from Syria via Libya.
British Columbians need to save for up to 20 years to afford first home

British Columbians need to save for up to 20 years to afford first home

First-time homebuyers in the Lower Mainland have to save for over a decade to afford current prices.
B.C. mom walks the length of Haida Gwaii in call for action on toxic drug crisis

B.C. mom walks the length of Haida Gwaii in call for action on toxic drug crisis

Jessica Michalofsky hopes run across B.C. will bring people together
Vancouver police shoot man with rubber bullets in case of mistaken identity

Vancouver police shoot man with rubber bullets in case of mistaken identity

Vancouver police say they have apologized to a man who was shot with rubber bullets in a wrongful arrest over a case of mistaken identity.
Small town B.C. hit hard by forestry downturn

Small town B.C. hit hard by forestry downturn

More than 800 mill jobs lost in less than a two-month span
Canada banning video app TikTok on government-issued mobile devices

Canada banning video app TikTok on government-issued mobile devices

OTTAWA — The federal government is banning TikTok from government-issued mobile devices days after federal and provincial privacy commissioners began investigating the social media platform.
Studious raccoon shuts down South Kelowna, B.C., elementary school for the day

Studious raccoon shuts down South Kelowna, B.C., elementary school for the day

KELOWNA, B.C. — Some students at South Kelowna Elementary School in British Columbia got a surprise day off after a raccoon broke in and got comfortable in the building's ceiling.