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Taylor councillor announces candidacy for upcoming election

Taylor councillor announces candidacy for upcoming election

Michelle Turnbull wants be part of upcoming changes
Why so little labour relief is expected for B.C. this summer

Why so little labour relief is expected for B.C. this summer

Retail, hospitality, tourism in B.C. not banking on young people to fill summer jobs
Interest rate hikes 'going to be painful' for British Columbians, warns economist

Interest rate hikes 'going to be painful' for British Columbians, warns economist

"The reasonable thing is to take the heat now and avoid a bigger heat later," says UBC's Giovanni Gallipoli.
B.C. animal hospital brings on full-time social worker for staff, pet owners

B.C. animal hospital brings on full-time social worker for staff, pet owners

The social worker supports both staff and pet owners, whether that's in difficult conversations or having a counselling session after losing a furry friend.
Need for national consensus on professional accreditation, says CMA president

Need for national consensus on professional accreditation, says CMA president

The current patchwork approach across provinces and territories creates accreditation barriers for immigrants and domestic professionals alike.
These are the four most common cancer types in Canada in 2022

These are the four most common cancer types in Canada in 2022

Eastern Canada is expected to have higher rates of cancer incidence and mortality than Western Canada this year, with B.C. showing the lowest projected rates of incidence for 2022.
B.C. amongst top 3 provinces for dollars lost in scams, study finds

B.C. amongst top 3 provinces for dollars lost in scams, study finds

Though tedious, change your passwords frequently and never use the same password for multiple accounts.
Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's new travel vaccine rules

Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's new travel vaccine rules

The rules don't apply to every type of travel.
B.C. flood insurance bill jumps a third to $675M

B.C. flood insurance bill jumps a third to $675M

Insured damages are dominated by business claims. But many Columbians living in high-risk flood areas didn't have access to insurance and the government bill is expected to climb into the billions of dollars.
U.S. Fed's 75-basis-point, interest-rate hike impacts Canada

U.S. Fed's 75-basis-point, interest-rate hike impacts Canada

Canadian interest-rate trends tend to resemble those in the U.S.