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First Nation reclaims land in Squamish

First Nation reclaims land in Squamish

The Squamish Nation says it will be using the area — near Stawamus IR 24 reserve — for residential purposes to help alleviate the effects of the housing crisis.
$6.6 million spent for MRI at soon-to-be-demolished St. Paul’s Hospital

$6.6 million spent for MRI at soon-to-be-demolished St. Paul’s Hospital

Ministry, Providence Health Care say new machine will be moved to new hospital
Tourism industry calls for continued relief and streamlined immigration

Tourism industry calls for continued relief and streamlined immigration

'Everyone may be thinking of recovery, but we are nowhere near recovery just yet'
Environment Canada issues 'extreme heat alert' for Lower Mainland

Environment Canada issues 'extreme heat alert' for Lower Mainland

Wildfire smoke from the Interior is expected to arrive in the Lower Mainland over the next few days, reducing the air quality.
Evacuees told to be prepared to spend the night in their vehicle

Evacuees told to be prepared to spend the night in their vehicle

The Tremont Creek wildfire is burning roughly seven kilometres from the community of Logan Lake.
China has demonstrated potential to weaponize viruses: security expert

China has demonstrated potential to weaponize viruses: security expert

Federal leaders, China’s embassy silent on RCMP report of Chinese espionage
Forecast winds could threaten wildfire guards this weekend

Forecast winds could threaten wildfire guards this weekend

To date, 1,472 fires have burned 656,000 hectares of the province.
McCallum rivals spar over police transition remedy

McCallum rivals spar over police transition remedy

McCallum rivals spar over police transition remedy
North Vancouver faith leaders press Wilkinson on climate change action

North Vancouver faith leaders press Wilkinson on climate change action

Minister of Environment defends Liberal government’s record on climate plan
High temperatures, low humidity and gusty winds cause challenging B.C. fire activity

High temperatures, low humidity and gusty winds cause challenging B.C. fire activity

VANCOUVER — The BC Wildfire Information Service says high temperatures, low humidity and an increase in winds are making wildfire conditions challenging in southern British Columbia.