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BC Ferries says federal mandatory vaccinations will apply to crew

BC Ferries says federal mandatory vaccinations will apply to crew

BC Ferries employs 4,500 to 5,100 staff, depending on the season.
Stage reading showcases all-female cast

Stage reading showcases all-female cast

During the stage reading of World War II era play Waiting for the Parade, Prince George residents will get a glimpse into what is was like for those left to keep the home fires burning as this all-female cast takes to the Theatre NorthWest stage Oct. 22 and 23.
B.C. adds 12,300 jobs in September as return to classrooms drives growth

B.C. adds 12,300 jobs in September as return to classrooms drives growth

Most of the province’s gains stemming from educational services.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Seniors ‘thrown to the wolves’

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Seniors ‘thrown to the wolves’

Senior citizens are waiting for surgery, thanks to antivaxers filling up the hospitals, a letter writer says
OPINION: A tragedy over the horizon

OPINION: A tragedy over the horizon

Climate change is a tragedy waiting to happen, but difficult to get collective action on, columnist Todd Whitcombe says
B.C.-based Uber drivers claim they were fired for refusing unsafe work

B.C.-based Uber drivers claim they were fired for refusing unsafe work

In one case a driver says a woman became violent when he asked her to wear a mask.
B.C. whale-watch operators, fishers 'routinely violating' killer whale buffer zones: report

B.C. whale-watch operators, fishers 'routinely violating' killer whale buffer zones: report

A new study show operators breached the 400-metre legal buffer between boats and whales 84 times across 12 days.
Judge reserves decision on homeless camps

Judge reserves decision on homeless camps

Lawyers set out positions on matter in day-long hearing at courthouse as City seeks to shut them down
$65 million announced for Blueberry River land restoration, cultural projects

$65 million announced for Blueberry River land restoration, cultural projects

In June, the B.C. Supreme Court ruled the province breached its treaty obligations to Blueberry River due to the cumulative impacts of industrial development in the region. 
Road rage incident leads to arrest

Road rage incident leads to arrest

Donald James Chromick alleged to have pointed gun at another driver