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Automation introduction could reignite B.C. port dispute

Automation introduction could reignite B.C. port dispute

Industrial Relations Board order rescinded strike notice that would have started job action Monday
Evacuation by boat ordered for remote B.C. reservation as wildfire threatens

Evacuation by boat ordered for remote B.C. reservation as wildfire threatens

Fort Nelson First Nation launches evacuation of Kahntah Reserve, about 116km from Fort Nelson
B.C. pumps additional $33.7M into new SFU medical school

B.C. pumps additional $33.7M into new SFU medical school

First new medical school in Western Canada in 55 years on track to open in 2026
Sarah McLachlan reflects on Lilith Fair impact with new documentary

Sarah McLachlan reflects on Lilith Fair impact with new documentary

Toronto filmmaker Ally Pankiw directs with goal of providing a deeper understanding of the festival
Departure of high-profile B.C. cabinet ministers normal: analyst

Departure of high-profile B.C. cabinet ministers normal: analyst

Choice of new forests minister will be of particular intrigue if NDP holds power
Social media front door challenge still kicking around in B.C.

Social media front door challenge still kicking around in B.C.

Some B.C. homeowners experiencing recent 'door kick' or 'door knock' prank incidents inspired by social media
Crash stats reveal Saanich is home to Island's worst intersection

Crash stats reveal Saanich is home to Island's worst intersection

Nanaimo home to 4 of the Island's worst spots for MVIs, including 3 of the top 4
$67,000 in contraband seized at Kent Institution in Agassiz

$67,000 in contraband seized at Kent Institution in Agassiz

Seized items include cannabis concentrate, home brew
Vancouver Island cryptozoologists continue looking for fabled sea serpent

Vancouver Island cryptozoologists continue looking for fabled sea serpent

Cadborosaurus enthusiast is asking people to keep their eyes peeled while on the water over the summer.
'Time to say goodbye': Ironman race leaving Penticton, moving to Ottawa

'Time to say goodbye': Ironman race leaving Penticton, moving to Ottawa

The August triathlon was first held in Peach City in 1983