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Federal and provincial governments announce nearly $1M for projects in Sea to Sky

Federal and provincial governments announce nearly $1M for projects in Sea to Sky

The projects include updating an emergency building in Lions Bay and creating fuel breaks in Whistler.
It is going to get hot again this week, Squamish

It is going to get hot again this week, Squamish

Environment Canada issues special weather warning.
Resort Municipality of Whistler drops lawsuit against Pique

Resort Municipality of Whistler drops lawsuit against Pique

Still no evidence public’s info was obtained in ransomware attack, RMOW claims
Vancouver’s sewage fentanyl load extremely high: Statistics Canada

Vancouver’s sewage fentanyl load extremely high: Statistics Canada

Illicit drug levels in wastewater increasing in major cities
'Heat dome' likely primed B.C. waters for spike in shellfish illnesses: health officials

'Heat dome' likely primed B.C. waters for spike in shellfish illnesses: health officials

As waters warm, scientists worry more coastal regions — from Washington to British Columbia to Alaska — could be in for more outbreaks due to shellfish-borne contagions.
B.C. forests are 'bonfires waiting to go off' — are more fires the solution?

B.C. forests are 'bonfires waiting to go off' — are more fires the solution?

There are billions of tonnes of wood fuel waiting to ignite B.C. forests, a recent white paper shows. As climate change leads to hotter, drier summers, could prescribed fire be the solution? Is it time to let it all burn?
Squamish photographer snaps adorable image of  black bears (PHOTO)

Squamish photographer snaps adorable image of black bears (PHOTO)

She was walking along a Squamish trail when she spotted this black bear sow and her yearling. 
Vancouver mammal rescue organization has hilarious tips for what to do if you see a seal in need

Vancouver mammal rescue organization has hilarious tips for what to do if you see a seal in need

If you see a baby seal, don't take it home
Pender Island couple living off the land more than met the challenge

Pender Island couple living off the land more than met the challenge

It's been almost a year since Stef Lowey and Chris Hall decided to eat what they catch, grow, harvest and raise on their half-acre property on Pender Island
Two Whistler locals are in the running for Canada's best summer job

Two Whistler locals are in the running for Canada's best summer job

And they need your votes before the contest closes on July 26