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Two light earthquakes reported near Fort St. John

Two light earthquakes reported near Fort St. John

Two light earthquakes near Fort St. John reported within four days of each other
UBCO study supports low-carbohydrate high-fat diets

UBCO study supports low-carbohydrate high-fat diets

“Hypertension is the most common chronic disease," says one Kelowna-based family physician
B.C. following example of how other provinces collect used vehicle PST

B.C. following example of how other provinces collect used vehicle PST

Finance Minister Selena Robinson defends decision to force consumers to pay tax based on wholesale book value rather than actual sales price
NDP bureaucrat demanded answers from river forecasters amid 2021 atmospheric river disaster

NDP bureaucrat demanded answers from river forecasters amid 2021 atmospheric river disaster

Megan Harris, the assistant deputy minister of communications operations, asked what the province's flood experts knew in advance.
Save Old Growth leader pleads guilty to mischief

Save Old Growth leader pleads guilty to mischief

The student was scheduled to go on trial for his role in Extinction Rebellion's protest against old-growth logging that blocked the Cambie Bridge.
'Power struggle going on': Surrey police chief, mayor locked in 'showdown'

'Power struggle going on': Surrey police chief, mayor locked in 'showdown'

Surrey Police Service Chief Norm Lipinski says he doesn't take direction from city council, which has asked for a hiring freeze.
Surrey Police Service to keep hiring despite council vote to go with RCMP

Surrey Police Service to keep hiring despite council vote to go with RCMP

SURREY, B.C. — The Surrey Police Service says it will continue hiring and deploying officers despite a vote by city council Monday to stick with RCMP and halt the transition to a municipal force.
B.C. man who didn't disclose HIV-positive status to woman loses appeal

B.C. man who didn't disclose HIV-positive status to woman loses appeal

The pair met through a mutual friend in the summer of 2016.
Rockfall that crushed West Vancouver police car blamed on weather

Rockfall that crushed West Vancouver police car blamed on weather

Largest boulder to fall on Cypress Bowl Road the size of ‘small car’
Teens' self-heating life-jacket a finalist for provincial showcase

Teens' self-heating life-jacket a finalist for provincial showcase

Liam Pope-Lau and Fraser Tuck, Grade 8 students at St. Michaels University School, created a pouch containing a chemical that heats up when it comes into contact with water
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