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B.C. First Nation 'outraged' over Alaskan salmon interceptions

B.C. First Nation 'outraged' over Alaskan salmon interceptions

Tŝilhqot’in Nation tribal chair Joe Alphonse is demanding a seat at the Canada-U.S. bilateral negotiations to address Alaskan fishers intercepting salmon headed for B.C. rivers
Is there a 'fool's spring' in Metro Vancouver? Environment Canada weighs in

Is there a 'fool's spring' in Metro Vancouver? Environment Canada weighs in

What is a "fool's spring"?
You might be able to see the northern lights over Metro Vancouver this weekend

You might be able to see the northern lights over Metro Vancouver this weekend

Auroral activity will be high.
Arbitrator denies unions’ appeal to stay City of Richmond’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Arbitrator denies unions’ appeal to stay City of Richmond’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate

The City of Richmond implemented its COVID-19 vaccination policy last October
Unvaccinated people 27 times more likely to end up in a B.C. ICU

Unvaccinated people 27 times more likely to end up in a B.C. ICU

As hospitalizations climb, unvaccinated British Columbians are making up a disproportionate amount of those who are hospitalized and die from COVID-19
B.C. woman claims sexual harassment by HandyDART driver

B.C. woman claims sexual harassment by HandyDART driver

B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed BC Transit's attempt to end a sexual harassment case from a woman in a wheelchair who alleges a HandyDART driver made sexual comments to her and invited sexual contact
RCMP locate and arrest 'violent' escaped inmate in Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS)

RCMP locate and arrest 'violent' escaped inmate in Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS)

The inmate who escaped has been arrested.
Metro Vancouver artists say thanks to front-line workers – with free art

Metro Vancouver artists say thanks to front-line workers – with free art

arTHANKS initiative provides free, original works of art to front-line workers in the COVID-19 pandemic
'I'm melting': How B.C. is healing long-haul COVID-19 patients

'I'm melting': How B.C. is healing long-haul COVID-19 patients

As COVID long-haulers seek a way out of a set of debilitating symptoms, the head of one B.C. long-COVID clinic worries Omicron could trigger a wave of patients
Is it time to rethink how much you drink?

Is it time to rethink how much you drink?

New evidence shows one out of seven of all new cancer cases in 2020 were related to one to two drinks daily.