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International student applications to B.C. are booming

International student applications to B.C. are booming

But even though B.C. remains a top destination, some international students are wary of subsidizing Canadian higher education.
A 'housing bottleneck': Immigration targets exacerbate B.C.'s housing crisis

A 'housing bottleneck': Immigration targets exacerbate B.C.'s housing crisis

The province will have to find housing for the 20 per cent of newcomers it absorbs, on top of current needs.
Chance to see comet a once-in-many-lifetimes opportunity

Chance to see comet a once-in-many-lifetimes opportunity

It will take tens of thousands of years for the unusual green-tailed comet to reappear on its long orbit
Haida Gwaii named one of the best Canadian fishing destinations

Haida Gwaii named one of the best Canadian fishing destinations

‘One-stop shop for fantastic angling action’: online booking site
Indigenous data sovereignty concerns raised as harm from residential schools continues

Indigenous data sovereignty concerns raised as harm from residential schools continues

“Ultimately, data sovereignty is an aspect of self-determination, the preservation and development of identity and culture," said Aaron Franks, senior research manager with First Nations Information Governance Centre
B.C.'s homeless population expected to show increase when counts return in March

B.C.'s homeless population expected to show increase when counts return in March

Homeless count coordinator: "It's been a hard couple of years since we did our last count in 2020."
First use of Apple Emergency SOS in B.C. may have saved two lives

First use of Apple Emergency SOS in B.C. may have saved two lives

Two women stranded in the wilderness near McBride used the new satellite technology to contact search and rescue
B.C.’s housing market nears ‘cyclical bottom:’ RBC

B.C.’s housing market nears ‘cyclical bottom:’ RBC

Home resale activity is showing signs of stabilizing after dropping to low levels
Late Canucks fan has the last laugh in obituary

Late Canucks fan has the last laugh in obituary

Russell George Atkins had a great sense of humour.
B.C. teacher suspended after making special needs student cry

B.C. teacher suspended after making special needs student cry

A substitute teacher has to complete a course in "creating a positive learning environment" to regain her teaching certification.