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Northwest B.C. filmmaker nominated for Canadian Screen Award

Northwest B.C. filmmaker nominated for Canadian Screen Award

'British Columbia: An Untold History' recognised for multiple award categories
Long-term funding sought for invasive mussel inspections as risk of infestation remains significant

Long-term funding sought for invasive mussel inspections as risk of infestation remains significant

Less than 30 per cent chance a single infested motorized watercraft entered B.C. during 2021 without inspection
B.C. public sector pension fund mum on Russian stocks

B.C. public sector pension fund mum on Russian stocks

B.C. Ministry of Finance says it will not ask fund management to divest over Ukraine invasion.
Security guard dies of injuries suffered in weekend attack at UBCO

Security guard dies of injuries suffered in weekend attack at UBCO

The suspect was arrested and detained in a hospital
BC Liberals, Greens call for immediate divestment of provincial investments in Russia

BC Liberals, Greens call for immediate divestment of provincial investments in Russia

The Liberals are also pushing Horgan’s NDP government to search for evidence in B.C. land titles that may indicate ownership by the top 50 oligarchs in Russia
B.C. gives climate change funds to communities

B.C. gives climate change funds to communities

The province will remove the PST on electric heat pumps starting April 1.
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority sets up new container storage facility in Richmond

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority sets up new container storage facility in Richmond

The site will be fully operational by early March.
Canada Soccer says it will not play Russian clubs

Canada Soccer says it will not play Russian clubs

Canada has to support the Ukrainian population
Professionals request psilocybin for training

Professionals request psilocybin for training

Many Canadians are going underground to receive the therapy "and that's going to continue if we don't train therapists," says one advocate.
B.C.'s real estate sector makes recommendations on addressing affordability

B.C.'s real estate sector makes recommendations on addressing affordability

BCREA CEO Darlene Hyde said the group started compiling the recommendations last November
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