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Victoria mother pleads guilty to second-degree murder of toddler

Victoria mother pleads guilty to second-degree murder of toddler

Kaela Mehl, who killed her daughter in September 2015 by administering a fatal dose of Zopiclone and smothering her, was previously convicted of first-degree murder but successfully appealed
UNDRIP agreement entrenches Indigenous rights in mining development

UNDRIP agreement entrenches Indigenous rights in mining development

Nisga'a leader says better cooperation with B.C. government needed to speed permitting process
B.C. government uses SD73 as benchmark in launching K-12 Anti-Racism Action Plan

B.C. government uses SD73 as benchmark in launching K-12 Anti-Racism Action Plan

58 per cent of students in B.C. say they have seen other students insulted, bullied or excluded based on their race or ethnicity.
B.C. had record spending on exploration in 2022

B.C. had record spending on exploration in 2022

Mineral production in B.C. worth $18B last year, according to premier
MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

Completion of four megaprojects over the next two years will end thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity.
Port Hardy down to just one emergency doctor as of July 1; he offers to pay for a physician assistant

Port Hardy down to just one emergency doctor as of July 1; he offers to pay for a physician assistant

Port Hardy, a town of 4,000, has had to deal with numerous temporary closings of its hospital emergency department because of staff shortages.
Man who allegedly threw soup on 70-year-old Vancouver woman back in police custody

Man who allegedly threw soup on 70-year-old Vancouver woman back in police custody

He was wanted province-wide for not showing up to court
Crofton paper mill workers to be recalled

Crofton paper mill workers to be recalled

Senior governments kicking in $19 million to retool Paper Excellence mill
Embracing Lunar New Year with lucky money, lion dance

Embracing Lunar New Year with lucky money, lion dance

Celebrations marking the Lunar New Year, which begins Sunday, are like “Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas all rolled up into one.”
Despite staffing crisis, nurses face roadblocks in upgrading, returning from retirement

Despite staffing crisis, nurses face roadblocks in upgrading, returning from retirement

Nurses are asking for the option to upgrade or refresh their skills on the job, so they don’t have to leave an already strained workforce.
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