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Chomsky questions Canada’s support of U.S. foreign policy

Chomsky questions Canada’s support of U.S. foreign policy

Noted historian calls for softening of antagonism in Canada-China relations
B.C. trucker who joined Ottawa protest says he would do it all again

B.C. trucker who joined Ottawa protest says he would do it all again

Jeff Gaudry says he has the perspective of looking at the events from both the inside and the outside
Lottery corporation calls foul as ‘grey market’ gambling companies target B.C. market

Lottery corporation calls foul as ‘grey market’ gambling companies target B.C. market

BCLC expects windfall from single-event betting but online gambling sites from other jurisdictions are cutting into revenues.
B.C. to bolster wildfire budgets by $517 million over three years

B.C. to bolster wildfire budgets by $517 million over three years

B.C. government to step up its wildfire prevention measures after blowing an $801-million hole in its budget last year to combat fires; new funding to include year-round preventative service.
Two teenagers at Surrey, B.C., school injured in alleged assault, police say

Two teenagers at Surrey, B.C., school injured in alleged assault, police say

SURREY, B.C. — Police say two teenagers at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary school in Surrey, B.C., have been injured following an alleged assault with a weapon.
RCMP release footage of attack at Coastal GasLink camp

RCMP release footage of attack at Coastal GasLink camp

It shows a group dressed all in white.
Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 drop in B.C. over four-day period; 44 people died

Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 drop in B.C. over four-day period; 44 people died

VICTORIA — British Columbia says another 44 deaths have been reported due to COVID-19 over the past four days for a total of 2,830 fatalities in the province.
B.C. budget includes $2.1B in disaster relief; $5.5B deficit for next fiscal year

B.C. budget includes $2.1B in disaster relief; $5.5B deficit for next fiscal year

VICTORIA — British Columbia has earmarked $2.1 billion to fund disaster recovery efforts and future response to the threats posed by wildfires, floods and heat waves in a budget that forecasts a $5.5-billion deficit.
B.C. budget provides $25 million in new money for tourism

B.C. budget provides $25 million in new money for tourism

Industry advocates hopeful that more money will be available if restrictions ramp up
Old-growth policy to blow $1-billion hole in B.C. budget

Old-growth policy to blow $1-billion hole in B.C. budget

B.C. budget has no major new taxes, focuses on pandemic, disaster recovery
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