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Junior Canucks season underway following hockey school, training camp

Junior Canucks season underway following hockey school, training camp

The Dawson Creek Junior Canucks have hit the ice skating, as it were, on the 2021-22 season. They started their year with the Canucks Hockey School, August 23 to 27, in Tumbler Ridge.
Alberta couple spent decades using their goats for fire mitigation, invasive species in B.C.

Alberta couple spent decades using their goats for fire mitigation, invasive species in B.C.

The Lindbloms travelled across British Columbia running and operating Rocky Ridge Vegetation Control. Their goats would bite out invasive plants and help with fire mitigation.
Man refused service for not wearing mask urinates in B.C. Dairy Queen

Man refused service for not wearing mask urinates in B.C. Dairy Queen

The incident happened Aug. 28.
Coma, hospitalization convinced vaccine-hesitant B.C. man to get jab

Coma, hospitalization convinced vaccine-hesitant B.C. man to get jab

Dave Garcia says the ordeal was a wake-up call for him and his family.
B.C. agency's hilarious musical Costco tribute goes viral (VIDEO)

B.C. agency's hilarious musical Costco tribute goes viral (VIDEO)

"Costco, I really can't believe, I spent two grand when my wife sent me in for a block of cheese."
Masks will be mandatory in B.C. for in-person voting on election day

Masks will be mandatory in B.C. for in-person voting on election day

Maskless voters without a medical exemption will need to apply for mail-in ballot, Elections Canada notes.
PayPal introducing $20 'inactivity fee' for Canadian users this fall

PayPal introducing $20 'inactivity fee' for Canadian users this fall

If you have an account best go check on it.
Vaccine passports: Expert says B.C. should be 'on standby to get hacked'

Vaccine passports: Expert says B.C. should be 'on standby to get hacked'

Expert warning comes after hackers targeted Quebec's systems.
Sunny days and sunflowers

Sunny days and sunflowers

The South Peace is golden in many ways.
How can B.C. defend, protect itself against devastating wildfire seasons?

How can B.C. defend, protect itself against devastating wildfire seasons?

Forestry experts and a B.C. First Nation fire chief are calling for more fuel management, fire smarting and prescribed burns.