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Heat dome made British Columbians more anxious. Could prescribing nature help?

Heat dome made British Columbians more anxious. Could prescribing nature help?

Seven months ago, wildfire tore through Cassandra Melanson house, sending the young woman fleeing the town of Lytton, B.C., as it burned to the ground.
B.C. man's appeal of sexual assault, unlawful confinement conviction rejected

B.C. man's appeal of sexual assault, unlawful confinement conviction rejected

A man's perceptions of sexualized behaviour at a club isn't relevant to a defence to charges of sexual assault and forcible confinement, the B.C. Court of Appeal ruled Jan. 26
Game on for youth tournaments again while high school sports still wait

Game on for youth tournaments again while high school sports still wait

B.C. School Sports hopes to get update by Friday from Ministry of Education
Court case begins for Vancouver man accused of immigration fraud, sexual assault

Court case begins for Vancouver man accused of immigration fraud, sexual assault

Alex Jones, also known as Abolfazi Jafari, is facing seven charges connected with the case.
Kelowna airport gets $18M for upgrades and operational costs

Kelowna airport gets $18M for upgrades and operational costs

KELOWNA, B.C. — The airport in Kelowna, B.C., has received $15 million in federal funding for upgrades to infrastructure, including for the flow of passengers and crew being tested for COVID-19.
BC Transit announces reloadable fare cards, contactless payment

BC Transit announces reloadable fare cards, contactless payment

The system will be first launched in Victoria by fall 2022 and then to most of the province, including the Thompson-Okanagan
Interior Fraser steelhead face extinction, warn B.C. fishing, conservation groups

Interior Fraser steelhead face extinction, warn B.C. fishing, conservation groups

VANCOUVER — Fishery and conservation groups in British Columbia warn a unique species of ocean-going trout faces a "severe conservation crisis" and must be added to Canada's Species at Risk Act.
Former Delta teacher convicted for child pornography receives lifetime teaching ban

Former Delta teacher convicted for child pornography receives lifetime teaching ban

Elazar Reshef signs agreement with B.C. Commissioner for Teacher Regulation
Wireless network expanding along B.C.’s Highway 4

Wireless network expanding along B.C.’s Highway 4

The increased cell coverage will “significantly boost” the safety of people commuting along the winding stretch of Highway 4
Aging infrastructure and severe weather fuel Victoria drone-tech firm's expansion

Aging infrastructure and severe weather fuel Victoria drone-tech firm's expansion

Company uses drones and special software to inspect large infrastructure