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B.C. strata owner ordered to pay $50 fine after paper found in glass recycling bin

B.C. strata owner ordered to pay $50 fine after paper found in glass recycling bin

B.C.'s Civil resolution Tribunal has upheld a $50 strata fine, concluding it was more than likely that a strata unit occupant put paper in a glass recycling bin.
Snow, rain, and wind in the forecast through Friday

Snow, rain, and wind in the forecast through Friday

Travel could be tricky depending on where you're going
Window washer saves struggling seagull from Metro Vancouver balcony

Window washer saves struggling seagull from Metro Vancouver balcony

Burnaby rescue organization says it receives calls daily about birds being trapped behind glass.
B.C. bartender has 25 drinks, gets head injury, sues bars

B.C. bartender has 25 drinks, gets head injury, sues bars

A bartender is suing various Vancouver pubs for allegedly over-serving him after he consumed 25 drinks, fell and sustained a head injury in 2016.
Food inflation jumps to highest level in nearly 13 years

Food inflation jumps to highest level in nearly 13 years

Pandemic-related supply-chain disruptions are prime drivers of the increase
Past holds lessons in living with long-haul economic disruption

Past holds lessons in living with long-haul economic disruption

The 1970s and 1980s have much to teach us about tackling inflation now
North to Alaska

North to Alaska

A Mile Zero postcard photo
Opinion: How early childhood education is responding to climate change

Opinion: How early childhood education is responding to climate change

Researchers and educators with the Climate Action Childhood network are generating responses to climate change alongside young children.
Opinion: Filling the gaps: Why Canada still needs a public dental health plan despite decades of medicare

Opinion: Filling the gaps: Why Canada still needs a public dental health plan despite decades of medicare

Canada’s health system does not include dental coverage, leaving a large gap in care that’s existed since its beginning. It’s time to ensure access to oral care.
Premier Horgan mutters F-bomb during question-period exchange with BC Liberals

Premier Horgan mutters F-bomb during question-period exchange with BC Liberals

Afterwards, the premier tweeted, "If my mom was still around, she'd be on her way to the Legislature with a bar of Irish Spring."