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Alaskan fishers intercepting B.C. salmon at 'jarring' rate

Alaskan fishers intercepting B.C. salmon at 'jarring' rate

A new report says the majority of 800,000 sockeye salmon caught in southern Alaska in 2021 were headed to B.C. rivers. The preliminary data comes as Pacific salmon face major declines and B.C. fishers are severely restricted from fishing in their own waters.
Howlin' time: Massive full 'wolf moon' set to dazzle Metro Vancouver skies

Howlin' time: Massive full 'wolf moon' set to dazzle Metro Vancouver skies

Are you ready to howl? 🐺 🌝
Cannabis-impaired driving: Here’s what we know about the risks of weed behind the wheel

Cannabis-impaired driving: Here’s what we know about the risks of weed behind the wheel

Cannabis use doubles the risk of a fatal or serious-injury car crash, but some people believe it’s safer than alcohol-impaired driving
Hydro pole from Interior travels down three rivers to Tsawwassen

Hydro pole from Interior travels down three rivers to Tsawwassen

There are more than 60 poles still unaccounted for from the Highway 8 corridor
'Do what you love' could be contributing to the Great Resignation

'Do what you love' could be contributing to the Great Resignation

The passion paradigm can fuel demands for better, more meaningful work, but this is only possible when it’s accompanied by a strong social safety net
Cleanup continuing after king tides swamp West Vancouver waterfront

Cleanup continuing after king tides swamp West Vancouver waterfront

Ambleside, Dundarave piers still closed after some pilings knocked out
Chronic pain sufferers need more support to avoid injection drug use, study shows

Chronic pain sufferers need more support to avoid injection drug use, study shows

Some patients being prescribed opioid drugs for chronic pain are moving toward self-injecting, such painkillers they get from friends, family or drug dealers
Alleged thief removed from Vancouver courthouse for not wearing a mask

Alleged thief removed from Vancouver courthouse for not wearing a mask

Vancouver courthouse sheriffs were quick to remove a man from first a courtroom and then the building after he refused to put on a mask at a judge's request
Adorable pups saved from 'deplorable conditions' need help with emergency care costs

Adorable pups saved from 'deplorable conditions' need help with emergency care costs

"Chuck and Stu are the sweetest little bundles of fur with so much love to give."
BC Supreme Court judge lifts publication ban to name Amanda Todd at trial

BC Supreme Court judge lifts publication ban to name Amanda Todd at trial

A publication ban naming a Port Coquitlam teen who was cyberbullied and died by suicide was lifted today (Monday).