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Kelowna ALS advocate passes away 'at time and place of her choosing'

Kelowna ALS advocate passes away 'at time and place of her choosing'

Sara McDonald lived with ALS with 'dignity, grace and courage,' according to her obituary
Expense policies examined at B.C. legislature spending trial

Expense policies examined at B.C. legislature spending trial

Ex-clerk Craig James faces charges of breach of trust and fraud
B.C. grapples with health-care worker shortage

B.C. grapples with health-care worker shortage

Adding more health-care workers in B.C. is a challenging task because the shortages have many causes
Developers of Golden Skybridge plan Okanagan Gondola overlooking Kalamalka Lake

Developers of Golden Skybridge plan Okanagan Gondola overlooking Kalamalka Lake

The gondola would take visitors from its base above Highway 97, showcasing the stunning turquoise waters of Kalamalka Lake below
Unvaccinated public servants who face firing want mandate quashed

Unvaccinated public servants who face firing want mandate quashed

Group formed to represent about 400 who failed to show B.C. Vaccine Card
British Columbia's death toll from COVID-19 surpasses 2,700

British Columbia's death toll from COVID-19 surpasses 2,700

VICTORIA — British Columbia has recorded 32 deaths related to COVID-19 over the last three days.
B.C. lawyer agrees to 10-year ban from profession for child porn conviction

B.C. lawyer agrees to 10-year ban from profession for child porn conviction

David Andrew Riddell could re-apply to become a lawyer on Jan. 27, 2032
Governments announce $228-million agriculture recovery fund after B.C. floods

Governments announce $228-million agriculture recovery fund after B.C. floods

VICTORIA — Agricultural producers affected by devastating flooding in British Columbia last November can apply for recovery funds through a $228-million package announced Monday by the provincial and federal governments.
New B.C. Liberal leader plans to run for legislature seat in Vancouver riding

New B.C. Liberal leader plans to run for legislature seat in Vancouver riding

VICTORIA — The new leader of the B.C. Liberal party said Monday his predecessor is resigning his seat in Vancouver to give him a chance to run in a byelection.
B.C. government rejects proposal for gold and copper mine for third time

B.C. government rejects proposal for gold and copper mine for third time

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says a proposed copper and gold mine on a First Nation's territory will not be given an environmental assessment certificate, citing potential risks to water quality and fish.
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