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B.C. landlord finds lizards, snakes, spiders, mice, and rats in rental unit

B.C. landlord finds lizards, snakes, spiders, mice, and rats in rental unit

That's quite the collection.
B.C. asks residents to weigh in on future of oil and gas royalties

B.C. asks residents to weigh in on future of oil and gas royalties

The 30-year-old royalty program has provided the fossil fuel industry with about $10 billion in credits. B.C. residents can share their thoughts on the future of the scheme until Dec. 10, 2021.
Canada's 'ad hoc approach' to disaster fails to deal with climate migrants: report

Canada's 'ad hoc approach' to disaster fails to deal with climate migrants: report

Under existing law, a national refugee lawyer group says Ottawa has at least six options to open up a path for 'climate migrants' to come to Canada.
Armstrong, Disher, and Goulet reflect on winning U18 Championship

Armstrong, Disher, and Goulet reflect on winning U18 Championship

For Armstrong, her parents were in the stands to watch her championship-winning goal, and other family members from Manitoba were present as well.  "For them to see me score the goal was really special."
Ditch expensive PCR COVID test for travel, B.C. tourism industry tells feds

Ditch expensive PCR COVID test for travel, B.C. tourism industry tells feds

B.C. businesses, tourism agencies and travel groups who say unneeded restrictions are damaging the economy want to see Ottawa lift COVID-19 PCR testing for travellers coming to Canada.
B.C.'s information, privacy act proposals 'questionable': lawyer

B.C.'s information, privacy act proposals 'questionable': lawyer

NDP continues to take heat for proposed amendments.
Health Minister Adrian Dix comments on assaults on B.C. health-care workers

Health Minister Adrian Dix comments on assaults on B.C. health-care workers

'It's a high priority for us,' said Dix.
B.C.'s opioid crisis is claiming more than five lives a day: coroner

B.C.'s opioid crisis is claiming more than five lives a day: coroner

In August and September, an average of 5.5 people died across B.C. per day due to a toxic drug supply. Now, the province is investing $132 million over the next three years to treat people and their addiction.
How the pandemic is making Canadians eat healthier

How the pandemic is making Canadians eat healthier

Three-quarters of Canadians say the coronavirus pandemic has affected their eating habits. After 18 months, that shift is leading to some healthier habits.
Urban British Columbians 'overconfident' they can deal with storm fallout: BC Hydro

Urban British Columbians 'overconfident' they can deal with storm fallout: BC Hydro

Despite rising threats due to climate change, more than half of British Columbians don't have an emergency kit. Among the least prepared are Metro Vancouver residents, the province's biggest urban area.