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B.C. dachshund breeder who had puppies seized says SPCA was out of line

B.C. dachshund breeder who had puppies seized says SPCA was out of line

"There are two sides to every story."
Want to avoid GMOs? New rules will make that harder

Want to avoid GMOs? New rules will make that harder

Last month, Health Canada released draft guidance, or documents the government will use to guide its application of laws and regulations for genetically modified plants and derived food products.
B.C.'s Oil and Gas Commissioner retiring this year

B.C.'s Oil and Gas Commissioner retiring this year

Jeakins assumed the helm in October 2011
Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Vancouver man takes stunning photos of the galaxy that is 30 million lightyears away.
Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C. (VIDEO)

Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C. (VIDEO)

Glacier Media asked experts to explain why some British Columbians have taken it to the extreme and have acted on their emotions.
Re-hiring blitz challenges looming for hospitality and tourism

Re-hiring blitz challenges looming for hospitality and tourism

Many skilled workers laid off during the pandemic have moved on to other sectors
Unemployed Canadians shun farm work

Unemployed Canadians shun farm work

Only 25 of 80 applicants actually showed up and stayed for more than a day and most refused to work early mornings or on weekends, one farmer says.
B.C. business woman compares mask wearing to residential schools

B.C. business woman compares mask wearing to residential schools

A Vancouver Island business owner is coming under fire for an Instagram post comparing children wearing a mask in school to Canada's notorious residential school system.
Trudeau urges young people to stay home amid surging COVID-19 cases

Trudeau urges young people to stay home amid surging COVID-19 cases

Pleas come as B.C. reports surging case numbers in recent weeks
Community solidarity shines bright at drive-thru vigil for North Vancouver stabbing victims

Community solidarity shines bright at drive-thru vigil for North Vancouver stabbing victims

'It was an amazing, emotional, and moving experience. Thank you so much.'