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B.C. presses pause on Indigenous-related changes to the Land Act

B.C. presses pause on Indigenous-related changes to the Land Act

Lands Minister Nathan Cullen says more consultation needed in the wake of growign conflict
Jewelry store, north of Nanaimo, smashed up in overnight theft

Jewelry store, north of Nanaimo, smashed up in overnight theft

Nanaimo RCMP were called to Kellers Jewellers on Feb. 21
Poultry processing plant in Mill Bay aims to meet big appetite for fowl

Poultry processing plant in Mill Bay aims to meet big appetite for fowl

Most processed poultry on Vancouver Island comes from away
Minister says coming B.C. deficit budget aimed at helping middle-class

Minister says coming B.C. deficit budget aimed at helping middle-class

BC United and BC Greens question NDP’s priorities, call approach out of touch
Kelowna mom who lost son speaks out after B.C. teens ‘deliberately’ hit by car

Kelowna mom who lost son speaks out after B.C. teens ‘deliberately’ hit by car

Youth were chased and struck by a vehicle in Abbotsford on Feb. 14
Final oil and gas permits for B.C. waters have been relinquished

Final oil and gas permits for B.C. waters have been relinquished

Federal government says Chevron voluntarily gave up its final 23 permits on Feb. 9
3 bystanders help Vancouver police arrest suspect who tried to rob blind man

3 bystanders help Vancouver police arrest suspect who tried to rob blind man

Police say the victim was standing on a street corner when the suspect grabbed his white cane
B.C. adolescents having less sex and using fewer drugs, health survey finds

B.C. adolescents having less sex and using fewer drugs, health survey finds

Those who are using drugs are more likely to have first tried them at a younger age, however
B.C. First Nation community receives $59M for lands taken by power company

B.C. First Nation community receives $59M for lands taken by power company

Federal government provides compensation to Matsqui band in Abbotsford
Free legal aid a ‘game-changer’ for those fleeing family violence in B.C.

Free legal aid a ‘game-changer’ for those fleeing family violence in B.C.

‘Access to much-needed legal representation has been a significant barrier,’ says Ann Davis rep
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