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B.C.'s 2024 election is now a decidedly competitive race, poll reveals

B.C.'s 2024 election is now a decidedly competitive race, poll reveals

B.C.'s political dynamic transforms with rising support for Conservatives
Prince George court docket: May 13-17, 2024

Prince George court docket: May 13-17, 2024

Sentences for offences committed in Prince George and area
Manslaughter sentencing dismays victim's friend

Manslaughter sentencing dismays victim's friend

 Donald James Beynon of Fort St. James to serve 19 more months followed by 2 1/2 years probation
Since the first cellphone came out in the '80s, how have they changed?

Since the first cellphone came out in the '80s, how have they changed?

Spokeo dove into news sources like CNN, data from researchers like Pew Research Center and online encyclopedias to uncover the history of cellphones.
B.C. mayor says drones endangering wildfire helicopter pilots, pleads for patience

B.C. mayor says drones endangering wildfire helicopter pilots, pleads for patience

FORT NELSON, B.C. — The mayor of the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality in British Columbia says drones are endangering helicopters being used to fight wildfires near Fort Nelson, which was ordered evacuated earlier this month.
1 in 4 B.C. job postings missing salary figures now required by law, says report

1 in 4 B.C. job postings missing salary figures now required by law, says report

Province says compliance and enforcement measures can be added to the legislation if deemed necessary.
This wildfire season, changes are coming to better inform people about smoke hazards

This wildfire season, changes are coming to better inform people about smoke hazards

Last year’s record-breaking wildfire season forced Canadians to become familiar with the scale of air pollution as hazardous smoke drifted across the country.
Opinion: Canada is falling behind its peers in terms of living standards — can it catch up?

Opinion: Canada is falling behind its peers in terms of living standards — can it catch up?

Canada's ongoing economic malaise and decline in living standards are rooted in a constellation of domestic and global challenges.
Two Indigenous nurses pave the way to overcoming a colonial past to lead in health care

Two Indigenous nurses pave the way to overcoming a colonial past to lead in health care

Up until the 1930s, Indigenous women were 'largely barred' from attending nursing school in Canada.
Cyclist left quadriplegic after crash says ICBC savings are built on backs of crash victims

Cyclist left quadriplegic after crash says ICBC savings are built on backs of crash victims

Victoria lawyer Tim Schober says no-fault insurance helped turn ICBC’s financial fortunes around, but victims like him are paying the price