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Dawson Creek Volleyball Club hands out year-end awards

Dawson Creek Volleyball Club hands out year-end awards

U-18 team remembered, new adventures lie ahead
B.C. electric vehicle sales tops in North America

B.C. electric vehicle sales tops in North America

13% of all new light vehicle sales in B.C. in 2021 were zero-emission vehicles — the highest rate on the continent on a per capita basis
Decriminalization a good step, but safe supply key: chief coroner

Decriminalization a good step, but safe supply key: chief coroner

“We have lost far more people to drug toxicity over the COVID pandemic than we have to COVID."
Opinion: Inhaled vaccine for COVID-19: The pandemic accelerated decades of research leading to jab-free vaccine now in human testing

Opinion: Inhaled vaccine for COVID-19: The pandemic accelerated decades of research leading to jab-free vaccine now in human testing

An inhaled COVID-19 vaccine would go directly to where the body would use it: the mucosal surface of the airways. This could mean less waste and more benefit, lower costs and reduced side-effects.
Opinion: Will the bicycle help us address pressing social issues?

Opinion: Will the bicycle help us address pressing social issues?

The bicycle’s capacity to respond to pressing social issues has inspired both intrigue and optimism, especially in the context of COVID-19.
Museum, Sisters of St. Ann reach agreement on order's archives

Museum, Sisters of St. Ann reach agreement on order's archives

The Sisters of St. Ann’s archives on First Nations residential schools will be turned over to the Royal B.C. Museum in an agreement that will allow the museum to digitize boxes of paperwork and provide better access to survivors.
Looming tree planter shortage worries companies amid Canadian push to plant 2B trees

Looming tree planter shortage worries companies amid Canadian push to plant 2B trees

Rising inflation and an open job market worry tree planting companies who say they struggled to get tree planters this year. Could a labour shortage threaten Canada's plans to plant two billion trees?
Tim Hortons phone app tracked location of Canadians every few minutes

Tim Hortons phone app tracked location of Canadians every few minutes

The coffee giant's app was collecting users' data even when the app was closed, generating information that identified where they went. One person's location was tracked while on vacation in Europe.
DC RCMP looking to speak with drivers about Kristine Kezer

DC RCMP looking to speak with drivers about Kristine Kezer

Police are seeking to speak with drivers of two trucks in the area on that day.
Mr Mikes Dawson Creek turns 25 today!

Mr Mikes Dawson Creek turns 25 today!

All day birthday party.