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Why was the Saskatchewan premier's Silverado impounded in B.C., and why no charges?

Why was the Saskatchewan premier's Silverado impounded in B.C., and why no charges?

Automatic roadside suspensions instead of criminal charges are B.C.'s way of handling many impaired driving offences.
New rules for metal dealers aim to curb rising catalytic converter thefts

New rules for metal dealers aim to curb rising catalytic converter thefts

The province is strengthening measures to deter the theft of catalytic converters, which are in hot demand because of the precious metals they contain.
Why the loonie's still 'stuck in the mud' even as oil prices surge

Why the loonie's still 'stuck in the mud' even as oil prices surge

Despite surging oil prices amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the loonie's value has depreciated since the start of the year.
Kodiaks head coach returning for another year

Kodiaks head coach returning for another year

More championship runs likely
'There's a way out': B.C woman in recovery shares story of addiction, hope

'There's a way out': B.C woman in recovery shares story of addiction, hope

485 women in B.C. died of an overdose last year. Christina Petrina hopes her story inspires other women to get help.
Woman killed by falling boulder on Hwy 1 was a loving wife and mother; 'loved by everyone she knew'

Woman killed by falling boulder on Hwy 1 was a loving wife and mother; 'loved by everyone she knew'

“Laura was an exceptional human being, respected and loved by everyone she knew,” her obituary states.
Kyle Beauregard Shares His Journey To Becoming A Sober Gay Barber: I Had To Grow Up Fast

Kyle Beauregard Shares His Journey To Becoming A Sober Gay Barber: I Had To Grow Up Fast

Years of battling compounded trauma and active addiction since his late teens ultimately led to a life that spiraled out of control six years ago
B.C. revamps immigration program to address shortage of health, child care workers

B.C. revamps immigration program to address shortage of health, child care workers

Foreign-trained health care workers and early childhood educators (ECEs) will be prioritized for permanent residency in the revamped version of a program that is expected to allocate nearly 7,000 nominations this year.
B.C. added 21K jobs in February for seventh straight month of gains

B.C. added 21K jobs in February for seventh straight month of gains

Province has not posted any job losses since July 2021
B.C.-wide recall on Cavendish Farms  and No Name hash brown potatoes

B.C.-wide recall on Cavendish Farms and No Name hash brown potatoes

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