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Pathways to decarbonization

Pathways to decarbonization

Even though natural gas is a fossil fuel, it will continue to play an important role in decreasing global CO2 and methane emissions, due to its lower carbon content
Inflation hits 4.8% in December, rising at fastest pace in 30 years

Inflation hits 4.8% in December, rising at fastest pace in 30 years

Economists expect Bank of Canada to begin hiking overnight rate by spring
B.C. professor uses virtual reality in the classroom to immerse students

B.C. professor uses virtual reality in the classroom to immerse students

Thompson Rivers University professor Dr. Michael Mehta is taking online learning to the next level. He's using virtual reality headsets to immerse students in course material
Canadian 'Hawkeye' and 'Van Helsing' actor Aleks Paunovic headlines new NFT sci-fi series 'GenZeroes'

Canadian 'Hawkeye' and 'Van Helsing' actor Aleks Paunovic headlines new NFT sci-fi series 'GenZeroes'

Vancouver-based actor is breaking new ground with cutting edge NFT sci-fi series, Marvel's Hawkeye, and more
'I would have pleaded guilty': B.C. teen appeals not criminally responsible convictions

'I would have pleaded guilty': B.C. teen appeals not criminally responsible convictions

"Instead, I would have pleaded guilty in order to get a normal youth sentence that would be guaranteed to end, even if it meant I had to go to jail for a while."
Fitness centres can reopen in B.C., other COVID restrictions remain

Fitness centres can reopen in B.C., other COVID restrictions remain

VANCOUVER — A group representing the fitness industry is hailing the reopening of gyms and other fitness facilities in British Columbia as the province's top doctor described her decision Tuesday as a "cautious step" in lifting COVID-19 restrictions.
Vancouver Chinese herbal medicine firm fined after massive protected shark fin seizure in Richmond

Vancouver Chinese herbal medicine firm fined after massive protected shark fin seizure in Richmond

The East Vancouver company was fined $75,000 after being caught importing 20,196 fins, some of which belonged to a protected shark species
B.C. nurses, doctors exhausted as next COVID-19 peak comes this week: spokespeople

B.C. nurses, doctors exhausted as next COVID-19 peak comes this week: spokespeople

VANCOUVER — While the most challenging days of COVID-19 are predicted to be ahead for British Columbia’s health-care system, representatives for doctors and nurses say their members are on the verge of a possible collapse. Doctors of BC president Dr.
B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

Former Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Craig James faces five criminal counts for alleged abuse of power

B.C. company fined $75,000 for importing fins of protected sharks

VANCOUVER — The federal government says an herbal medicine company has pleaded guilty in provincial court in Vancouver to a charge of unlawfully importing a protected shark species without a permit.