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Record year for orca and humpback sightings in B.C.'s Salish Sea, says association

Record year for orca and humpback sightings in B.C.'s Salish Sea, says association

VANCOUVER — The agency that represents 29 whale-watching companies in British Columbia and Washington state says its members report 2021 was a record year for whale sightings in the Salish Sea.
Record year for orca and humpback sightings in B.C.'s Salish Sea, says association

Record year for orca and humpback sightings in B.C.'s Salish Sea, says association

VANCOUVER — The agency that represents 29 whale-watching companies in British Columbia and Washington state says its members report 2021 was a record year for whale sightings in the Salish Sea.
Will TMX be finished by end of 2022?

Will TMX be finished by end of 2022?

The project is only half built and 71 per cent of the $12.6 billion capital budget spent, according to recent financial report
B.C. extends flood-related state of emergency for another week

B.C. extends flood-related state of emergency for another week

State of emergency extended until Jan. 18
House arrest for man who bit Mountie's hand, then punched him in nose

House arrest for man who bit Mountie's hand, then punched him in nose

Kamloops provincial court ordered probation on man for "scuffle" with police officer
Two B.C. schools move to 'functional closure' after holiday break, says ministry

Two B.C. schools move to 'functional closure' after holiday break, says ministry

VICTORIA — Two schools have stopped in-person classes in British Columbia, just two days after most students returned to classrooms following an extended holiday break due to the surging COVID-19 Omicron variant.
Federal court tells RCMP to clean up complaints process

Federal court tells RCMP to clean up complaints process

A Federal Court judge has told the RCMP its response times for complaints is inadequate and that the commissioner breached the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act through her slow response times
'Love of my life': Speeding driver who killed Burnaby pedestrian hears from family

'Love of my life': Speeding driver who killed Burnaby pedestrian hears from family

Louise Landreth was killed on June 7, 2019 near Brentwood Mall while out for a walk
B.C. being 'battered by wave after wave' of COVID-19 storm: B.C.'s top doctor

B.C. being 'battered by wave after wave' of COVID-19 storm: B.C.'s top doctor

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says the current wave of COVID-19 infections is expected to continue for the next few weeks based on the experience of other jurisdictions, though she expects more treatment options to be approv
BC Liberal committee seeks to reassure voters after leadership candidates demand tougher audit of new memberships

BC Liberal committee seeks to reassure voters after leadership candidates demand tougher audit of new memberships

Party organizers play down issue after six of seven campaigns question validity of at least 60% of party memberships sold since last May 1
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