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Over 1,400 wolves killed in B.C. to save caribou — new research suggests another path

Over 1,400 wolves killed in B.C. to save caribou — new research suggests another path

Since 2015, 1,447 wolves have been killed in the province's cull program, aimed to save B.C.'s woodland caribou. Could tree blockades and 'wolf moguls' offer an alternative? 
'Serious gaps' in B.C. liquor, cannabis store privacy protections

'Serious gaps' in B.C. liquor, cannabis store privacy protections

Use of facial recognition software to end, orders provincial Privacy Commissioner Michael McEvoy
Travel restrictions down, visitor traffic up on the Island

Travel restrictions down, visitor traffic up on the Island

'There is certainly pent-up demand to travel'
More border reopening plans to be unveiled in coming weeks: Trudeau

More border reopening plans to be unveiled in coming weeks: Trudeau

Fully vaccinated Canadians can return to the country without quarantine effective July 5
Study reassures parents, teachers that COVID-19 infrequently shared at school

Study reassures parents, teachers that COVID-19 infrequently shared at school

VANCOUVER — A study of school staff in Vancouver says their risk of developing COVID-19 through contact at school is identical to their risk of catching the virus in the community.
What are the hottest spots in B.C. this week?

What are the hottest spots in B.C. this week?

Expect a heat wave, with some temps across the province in the 30- to 40-degree range.
Former B.C. chamber CEO enters Liberal leadership contest, promises party restart

Former B.C. chamber CEO enters Liberal leadership contest, promises party restart

VANCOUVER — The former chief executive officer at British Columbia's Chamber of Commerce is entering the B.C. Liberal leadership race.

B.C. records 229 cases of COVID-19 over three days as officials encourage vaccination

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reporting a one-day total of COVID-19 cases not seen since last August, but health officials are encouraging more people to get vaccinated as the virus continues to circulate in the province and neighbouring jurisdictio
Horgan marks Indigenous Peoples Day by urging recognition of systemic racism

Horgan marks Indigenous Peoples Day by urging recognition of systemic racism

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan is marking National Indigenous Peoples Day by celebrating First Nation communities while recognizing systemic racism continues to be a reality for them.
B.C. 6/49 lottery winner will have to share $6-million jackpot

B.C. 6/49 lottery winner will have to share $6-million jackpot

The six winning numbers were 13, 15, 17, 25, 34 and 45.