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Salmon science expedition launching

Salmon science expedition launching

Scientists to ply North Pacific to study salmon and their environment
Sea-to-Sky infrastructure a good Olympic selling point

Sea-to-Sky infrastructure a good Olympic selling point

Whistler’s winter sporting venues would be ready if the 2030 Games come knocking
Coast Guard, Ahousaht rescue passengers after water taxi hits rocks

Coast Guard, Ahousaht rescue passengers after water taxi hits rocks

Significant injuries for three passengers and the driver; six people were on board
B.C. announces 1,446 new COVID-19 cases

B.C. announces 1,446 new COVID-19 cases

No new outbreaks have been declared at healthcare facilities.
B.C. extends proof of vaccine card program to the end of June

B.C. extends proof of vaccine card program to the end of June

VICTORIA — British Columbia residents will need to bring their vaccine card with them through to the end of June if they want to access indoor spaces, restaurants or most events, says the provincial health officer. Dr.
British Columbia developing plan to protect drinking water, ecosystems

British Columbia developing plan to protect drinking water, ecosystems

VICTORIA — Severe drought, wildfires, flooding and landslides in British Columbia last year show that responding to climate change requires focusing on water and strengthening natural defences provided by healthy watersheds, an expert says.
Artwork, books on display at former B.C. Legislature clerk's corruption trial

Artwork, books on display at former B.C. Legislature clerk's corruption trial

Special prosecutors have submitted photos to B.C. Supreme Court of items they allege were bought with public funds by ex-legislature clerk Craig James for personal use
B.C.'s 'under the radar' outdoor recreation agency can't keep up, say critics

B.C.'s 'under the radar' outdoor recreation agency can't keep up, say critics

With 50 staff and an $8-million operating budget, Recreation Sites and Trails BC has “fallen under the radar” of government priorities, according to Louise Pedersen, executive director of the Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C.
Locals say drugstores are price gouging COVID-19 rapid tests. B.C. health officials weigh in

Locals say drugstores are price gouging COVID-19 rapid tests. B.C. health officials weigh in

Is over $125 too much to pay for five testing kits?
B.C. youth sports tournament to restart Feb. 1

B.C. youth sports tournament to restart Feb. 1

B.C. reported 6,931,175 rapid tests to date, said health minister Adrian Dix