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B.C. cabinet minister says she's 'not going anywhere' despite return of cancer

B.C. cabinet minister says she's 'not going anywhere' despite return of cancer

Selina Robinson, the nine-year NDP MLA for Coquitlam-Maillardville, said it was hardest to tell her family but she is confident she will be fine and plans to carry on in her duties.
Tug company, senior official charged in fatal 2021 sinking off northwest B.C. coast

Tug company, senior official charged in fatal 2021 sinking off northwest B.C. coast

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — Charges have now been laid against a tug and barge company and one of its senior officials two years after a tug sank off British Columbia's coast south of Kitimat, killing the captain and one crew member.
BC SPCA puts out call for help as 21 retrievers need adoption

BC SPCA puts out call for help as 21 retrievers need adoption

Twenty-one retrievers, mostly puppies, will soon be available for adoption in the North Okanagan, Shuswap and Kamloops areas.
Man who planned 1990 murders of mother, grandmother has day parole extended

Man who planned 1990 murders of mother, grandmother has day parole extended

The Parole Board of Canada says Darren Gowen — formerly known as Darren Huenemann — now has a low to moderate risk of violently reoffending.
Canada's Invictus Games team trains at CFB Esquimalt

Canada's Invictus Games team trains at CFB Esquimalt

Canada’s 24-member team is at a training camp at CFB Esquimalt this week, getting ready for the 2023 Invictus Games from Sept. 9-16 in Dusseldorf, Germany
Province to start merging lists of patients who need doctors, doctors who can take patients

Province to start merging lists of patients who need doctors, doctors who can take patients

As part of the family-physician payment model negotiated with the province last year, participating doctors must submit a list of active patients for whom they have accepted responsibility
BC NDP ekes out fourth quarter fundraising win over Opposition BC Liberals

BC NDP ekes out fourth quarter fundraising win over Opposition BC Liberals

The gap is narrowing. The NDP took in just $116,275.07 more in donations than the BC Liberals did in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to Elections BC. Premier David Eby’s party reported $1.3 million in funds raised during the Oct. 1-Dec.
B.C. tourism stakeholders gathering for conference in Prince George

B.C. tourism stakeholders gathering for conference in Prince George

March 1-3 event bringing hundreds of delegates to Prince George Civic and Conference Centre
Mill closures threaten to punch holes in the fabric of rural B.C. towns

Mill closures threaten to punch holes in the fabric of rural B.C. towns

When Mayor Shane Brienen of Houston, B.C., thinks about the impact of the impending closure of the town's sawmill, he worries not only about the economic fallout.
B.C. minister says her cancer has returned, but she's 'confident' in treatment

B.C. minister says her cancer has returned, but she's 'confident' in treatment

VICTORIA — British Columbia's minister of post-secondary education says she is undergoing chemotherapy after a scan revealed cancer had returned. Selina Robinson told the B.C. legislature that she got the news on Jan. 27.
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