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Film explores B.C. woman's experience with magic mushrooms to ease cancer anxiety

Film explores B.C. woman's experience with magic mushrooms to ease cancer anxiety

Laurie Brooks never thought she'd one day use magic mushrooms and advocate for the ability of others to do the same. The 55-year-old B.C.
Kelowna MLA criticizes NDP for use of acronym she calls a 'gendered attack'

Kelowna MLA criticizes NDP for use of acronym she calls a 'gendered attack'

Renee Merrifield called the use of the acronym "sad and disappointing to see."
West Vancouver, B.C., man fined for repeatedly feeding black bear and cub

West Vancouver, B.C., man fined for repeatedly feeding black bear and cub

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service says a West Vancouver man has been fined for feeding black bears at his home. Court records show Vitali Shevchenko faced two charges under the Wildlife Act.
B.C. tribunal awards woman $900 in vet bills following dog fight

B.C. tribunal awards woman $900 in vet bills following dog fight

One of the dogs appeared to be in a "state of heightened alertness, bordering on aggression," according to one witness.
Northern Health has 58.8 per cent more hospital deaths after major surgery than the rest of B.C.

Northern Health has 58.8 per cent more hospital deaths after major surgery than the rest of B.C.

Dawson Creek & District Hospital has the highest rate of hospital deaths after major surgery in Northern Health at 5.3 per cent, while the University Hospital of Northern BC located in Prince George has a rate of 3.6 per cent.
B.C. court dismisses appeal in online exam supervision case

B.C. court dismisses appeal in online exam supervision case

A UBC employee shared a company's exam software tutorials online and was sued for breach of confidence and copyright infringement.
B.C. toddler facing kidney failure as family searches for living donor

B.C. toddler facing kidney failure as family searches for living donor

Dylan, 18-month-old boy, was born with only one kidney and is now in kidney failure.
Special advisor to review 'potential sustainable opportunities' for SFU football

Special advisor to review 'potential sustainable opportunities' for SFU football

The Burnaby post-secondary institution scrapped the program on April 4.
Officers told not to make handwritten notes after death of Myles Gray, inquest hears

Officers told not to make handwritten notes after death of Myles Gray, inquest hears

BURNABY, B.C. — Two Vancouver police officers testified at a British Columbia coroner's inquest that they were told not to make handwritten notes about a confrontation that resulted in the death of 33-year-old Myles Gray in 2015. Const.
Liquor store busted in sting by teen working as undercover government agent

Liquor store busted in sting by teen working as undercover government agent

The store’s manager told investigators the clerk who sold the liquor to the teen was new, having been hired about a week before the sting.
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