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Vancouverite nabs Oscar nom for work on Top Gun: Maverick

Vancouverite nabs Oscar nom for work on Top Gun: Maverick

Another Oscar might be coming to Vancouver after three local winners won statues in 2022
Nanaimo Christian School nixes Queer-Straight Alliance as club's name

Nanaimo Christian School nixes Queer-Straight Alliance as club's name

Instead, it’s being called the Space for Belonging Club, “in order to avoid exclusive or polarizing language,” says the school superintendent
Preliminary report nixes idea of environmental review of Bamberton quarry expansion

Preliminary report nixes idea of environmental review of Bamberton quarry expansion

The preliminary Environmental Assessment Office report says the dock extension and soil deposit site could not be reviewed, as they are substantially underway, and recommended against reviewing the quarry.
Man jailed for excavating Hudson's Hope dinosaur site

Man jailed for excavating Hudson's Hope dinosaur site

Fossils removed from Six Peaks trackway site in 2020 have not been recovered
B.C. pensions get smoggy 'D+' grade for climate change investment plan

B.C. pensions get smoggy 'D+' grade for climate change investment plan

Shift Action for Pension Wealth and Planet Health calls for firm Paris Agreement targets for BC Investment Management Corp.
Sinclar announces temporary curtailments at lumber operations

Sinclar announces temporary curtailments at lumber operations

Lakeland Mills, Apollo Forest Products and Nechako Lumber Co. to shut down for two weeks effective January 30
B.C. Greens name Dr. Sanjiv Gandhi as second deputy leader in election preparation

B.C. Greens name Dr. Sanjiv Gandhi as second deputy leader in election preparation

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Green Party has named a second deputy leader in a move leader Sonia Furstenau says is key to preparing for the next provincial election. Dr.
Victoria police warn about rise in 'sextortion' cases targeting boys, men

Victoria police warn about rise in 'sextortion' cases targeting boys, men

Perpetrators frequently pose as teenage girls or women who are interested in a sexual relationship, before requesting intimate photos and videos.
Federal minerals strategy highlights need to speed up mining projects

Federal minerals strategy highlights need to speed up mining projects

Head of Mining Association of B.C. sees First Nations ownership as wave of the future
One person killed in avalanche near Valemount, B.C.

One person killed in avalanche near Valemount, B.C.

VALEMOUNT, B.C. — One person has died in an avalanche that caught two snowmobilers over the weekend south of Valemount, B.C., not far from the Alberta boundary.
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