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BC wildland firefighters head to Yukon to assist with wildfires

BC wildland firefighters head to Yukon to assist with wildfires

The territory has experienced "significant" wildfire activity and extreme fire risk.
Opinion: Tips for Squamish council candidates

Opinion: Tips for Squamish council candidates

There is no magic formula for electoral success, the suggestions outlined here will optimistically provide practical guidance for council aspirants looking to get the nod at the polls.
Employment scams targeting young adults, warns bureau

Employment scams targeting young adults, warns bureau

Lookout for suspicious job opportunities.
Editorial: ‘Bus good, train bad’ for the Sea to Sky?

Editorial: ‘Bus good, train bad’ for the Sea to Sky?

Light rail seems like a great idea, but perhaps the humble bus should be where locals are putting their rallying cry.
Save Old Growth says it's ending major road protests

Save Old Growth says it's ending major road protests

After drawing the ire of angry drivers on major roadways to draw attention to old-growth logging, the group appears to be changing its tactics
6 in 10 Canadians relocated as a result of the pandemic, survey shows

6 in 10 Canadians relocated as a result of the pandemic, survey shows

For some Canadians, the return to work has translated into driving greater distances than before.
Two officers undergo surgery, third in hospital after fatal shooting at Saanich bank

Two officers undergo surgery, third in hospital after fatal shooting at Saanich bank

Homes and businesses near the bank were evacuated when police discovered a “potential explosive device” in a vehicle. The B.C. RCMP explosives disposal unit was called in to deal with the device but has since left the scene.
Horgan chooses to step aside, not pushed by revolt or scandal, a rare thing: political scientist

Horgan chooses to step aside, not pushed by revolt or scandal, a rare thing: political scientist

“He knows this is a good time to be going out."
Looking back: John Horgan’s timeline as 36th premier of British Columbia

Looking back: John Horgan’s timeline as 36th premier of British Columbia

A look at John Horgan’s rise to power, tumultuous time as B.C.’s 36th premier and beginning of the end for his political career.
NDP cabinet minister accused of conflict of interest

NDP cabinet minister accused of conflict of interest

B.C. Minister of Land, Water and Resource Stewardship Josie Osborne granted $15 million to the purchaser of her husband's investment property.