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July likely Earth's hottest month in 120,000 years, analysis says

July likely Earth's hottest month in 120,000 years, analysis says

July shatters Earth's previous record for the hottest month in recorded history, according to a recent analysis.
Child-care costs in B.C. well above national average in 2022

Child-care costs in B.C. well above national average in 2022

In 2022, B.C. parents paid around $802 per month for full-time child care for each kid under five.
Photos: Richmond fire chief praises public after home goes up in flames

Photos: Richmond fire chief praises public after home goes up in flames

The intersection at Cambie and No. 5 roads was closed for several hours
What you should know about B.C.'s wildfire rank system

What you should know about B.C.'s wildfire rank system

The six-step fire-ranking system provides firefighters a clear framework for assessing fire behaviour and deploying safe firefighting tactics.
Funding for cancelled Richmond-UBC bus reallocated around the region: TransLink

Funding for cancelled Richmond-UBC bus reallocated around the region: TransLink

A TransLink representative said there’s a ‘most excellent’ alternative in place for the 480 bus route.
Opinion: How Canada's first national cycling map will benefit both riders and public planners

Opinion: How Canada's first national cycling map will benefit both riders and public planners

Cycling in Canada has been experiencing a great boom in recent years. Yet, there was no consistent and complete way to measure cycling infrastructure, until now.
B.C. woman given suspended sentence for coughing in grocery clerk's face during pandemic

B.C. woman given suspended sentence for coughing in grocery clerk's face during pandemic

"It was the height of selfishness and self-entitlement," the judge said.
Coastal Celebration set to return to Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen route Friday

Coastal Celebration set to return to Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen route Friday

Since the vessel was taken out of service last week for repairs, many passengers travelling between the Island and Lower Mainland have faced long waits.
B.C. nurse suspended for accessing medical records

B.C. nurse suspended for accessing medical records

The B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives has suspended a Rossland, B.C., nurse for accessing medical records and leaving a student nurse in charge while he attended to a personal matter.
Trans Mountain wants higher tolls. They won't cover even half its price tag

Trans Mountain wants higher tolls. They won't cover even half its price tag

Trans Mountain applied to raise the base tolls on June 1.