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What youth should know when being called to the frontlines

What youth should know when being called to the frontlines

Often Indigenous Youth are called on a spiritual level to protect the land, and when they respond to the call it fulfills a responsibility to their community. But, responding to the call requires incredible strength, courage and love. 
B.C. ticks toward ending daylight saving time changes with U.S. Senate approval

B.C. ticks toward ending daylight saving time changes with U.S. Senate approval

"Pleased to see progress on this," Premier John Horgan tweeted following the U.S. Senate approval.
Free rapid antigen tests now available to B.C. residents aged 40+

Free rapid antigen tests now available to B.C. residents aged 40+

You'll need your personal health number if you're picking up a kit.
Vancouver bar at centre of $40K whisky seizure denied procedural fairness, judge rules

Vancouver bar at centre of $40K whisky seizure denied procedural fairness, judge rules

On Jan. 18, 2018, liquor inspectors raided Vancouver's Fets Whisky Kitchen and seized $40,000 worth of single malt whisky.
Gang shooting suspect vehicle found on fire in North Vancouver

Gang shooting suspect vehicle found on fire in North Vancouver

Investigators have now released descriptions of two suspects wanted in the brazen public shooting
A look at COVID-19's social and economic impacts on Canadians, two years later

A look at COVID-19's social and economic impacts on Canadians, two years later

The pandemic has altered the world we once knew, and its impact will be felt for years.
Russian war strikes B.C. food supply, prices

Russian war strikes B.C. food supply, prices

Rising fertilizer, energy, animal feed and shipping costs accelerate inflation.
Be concerned about your data being stored outside of Canada, warns privacy chief

Be concerned about your data being stored outside of Canada, warns privacy chief

B.C.'s privacy commissioner continues to sound alarm bells about the digital storage and sharing of British Columbians' personal digital data outside of Canada.
Cuts to Express Entry may affect thousands of international students, activists warn

Cuts to Express Entry may affect thousands of international students, activists warn

A recent decision to cut intake of high-skilled workers in the coming years has advocates concerned that many international students won’t be given the opportunity to settle — and succeed — in Canada.
Canadian educational institutions step up for Afghan refugees

Canadian educational institutions step up for Afghan refugees

Canada’s colleges and universities are helping break down financial barriers faced by refugees seeking language training and skills upgrades through scholarships, bursaries and other initiatives.