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Agreement between province, BC Hydro, First Nation, ends legal fight over Site C

Agreement between province, BC Hydro, First Nation, ends legal fight over Site C

VICTORIA — A British Columbia First Nation has ended its legal battle against the provincial government and BC Hydro over the Site C dam, a project the nation originally claimed was a $1-billion treaty violation.
New program offers young people work experience with BC Parks, conservation service

New program offers young people work experience with BC Parks, conservation service

The fall and winter jobs are being offered under the $1.8-million Youth Employment Program

UBC loses appeal over ammonia dump that killed fish in Vancouver creek

VANCOUVER — The University of British Columbia has lost an appeal of a hefty fine and conviction over an ammonia release that ended up in a fish-bearing streaming.

Man charged when boat runs over canoe on busy Cultus Lake, B.C.

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — A motorboat driver has been charged with operating a vessel without due care after a crash with an Indigenous racing canoe on Cultus Lake in B.C.'s Fraser Valley.

Businesses, non-profits can apply for electric vehicle rebates in B.C.

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is offering rebates of up to $50,000 to businesses, regional governments and non-profit groups buying electric passenger vehicles.

B.C. Appeal Court prevents woman from using the term 'death midwife' in her job

VANCOUVER — A woman who calls herself a "death midwife" has been banned from using the title after a lengthy legal battle launched by the College of Midwives of British Columbia. The B.C.

B.C. announces creation of first-ever 'navigation centre' to help homeless

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government and the City of Vancouver are trying a new way to help get homeless people off the streets with the country's first-ever navigation centre.

Workplace accident at northwestern B.C. gold mine leaves one worker dead

STEWART, B.C. — A worker has been killed during maintenance at a gold mine in northwestern British Columbia, north of Stewart.
Most Canadians support second lockdown if COVID-19 caseloads spike

Most Canadians support second lockdown if COVID-19 caseloads spike

The survey also probed respondents on their views around wearing masks in public, on the return to school in the fall and anxiety over reopening plans
B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency for the 11th time

B.C. formally extends provincial state of emergency for the 11th time

B.C. is already in the longest state of emergency in provincial history.