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School District 48 sees record high completion rates

School District 48 sees record high completion rates

SD48 has a 95% completion rate among all SD48 students and 85% among Indigenous students. Both marks outpaced the province.
B.C. COVID-19 deaths follow global downward trend

B.C. COVID-19 deaths follow global downward trend

B.C.'s 16 such deaths is the fewest since B.C. launched weekly data updates in April
Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Buying a home in the middle of the pandemic may not seem wise, but the Canadians who did it are still happy about their decision.
Plan to create vast B.C. network of protected ocean opens to public

Plan to create vast B.C. network of protected ocean opens to public

The marine protected area network would stretch from Campbell River on Vancouver Island to the Alaskan border. But first, it must pass a public engagement phase.
Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Despite a dwindling market in Canada, B.C. is seeing a return to normal after a "crazy market" during COVID-19, says expert.
Sea to Sky Gondola doubles reward for tips about two previous acts of sabotage

Sea to Sky Gondola doubles reward for tips about two previous acts of sabotage

BC RCMP say no arrests, hope that folks come forward with what they know now that the reward from the gondola is $500,000.
Squamish police briefs

Squamish police briefs

Bear spray attacks. Crash. Garbage fire. Fake waiter.
SFU prof says new Squamish rules on behaviour could be a response to the polarized political atmosphere

SFU prof says new Squamish rules on behaviour could be a response to the polarized political atmosphere

Voters should watch candidates to see if they stick to rules outlined in the bylaw, says Mayor Karen Elliott.
B.C. government cancels school for Queen's funeral

B.C. government cancels school for Queen's funeral

Premier John Horgan said K-12 public schools and public post-secondary institutions would close Sept. 19 alongside most Crown corporations to mark Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
#FyreFondo: GranFondo Whistler organizers 'acknowledge challenges' following backlash

#FyreFondo: GranFondo Whistler organizers 'acknowledge challenges' following backlash

Cyclists speak out after finding aid stations between Vancouver and Whistler Village drained of food and electrolytes—save for a few 'uneatable green bananas.'