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B.C. winter forecast: ski season may be 'challenging at times'

B.C. winter forecast: ski season may be 'challenging at times'

Below normal precipitation is anticipated across southern B.C.
Hefty tariffs apply to LNG modules, Canada Border Services Agency rules

Hefty tariffs apply to LNG modules, Canada Border Services Agency rules

The roller coaster ride toward getting an operational liquefied natural gas facility built on the shores of Howe Sound continues for Woodfibre LNG.
By 2040, all new cars sold in B.C. must be electric or hybrid

By 2040, all new cars sold in B.C. must be electric or hybrid

Ten per cent of all new cars sold in B.C. will have to be battery electric or hybrid electric by 2025, under a new zero emission vehicle (ZEV) mandate announced today, November 20. By 2030, 30% of all vehicles sold in B.C.
B.C. government introduces ride-hailing legislation

B.C. government introduces ride-hailing legislation

Ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft will be allowed in British Columbia by fall of 2019 after the provincial government introduced legislation to modernize B.C.'s taxi industry.
Province releases wildfire, flood action plan

Province releases wildfire, flood action plan

The province says it's making progress on the 108 recommendations from the independent review of the 2017 wildfire and flood seasons, including more cooperation with First Nations, but recommendations that could see more resources for local fire depa
Talking to teens about cannabis crucial, parents told at forum

Talking to teens about cannabis crucial, parents told at forum

Sea to Sky Medical Health Officer fields questions at community event
B.C. will be first province in western Canada to offer gender-affirming surgery

B.C. will be first province in western Canada to offer gender-affirming surgery

Reconstructive lower surgery for transgender people will soon be available in British Columbia. Health Minister Adrian Dix says the trans community has advocated for a number of years for improved access to care for the complex surgeries in B.C.
Special forces tactics to help women

Special forces tactics to help women

Self-defence course coming to Squamish
'Spooky' century-old Indian Arm haunt attracts high school students

'Spooky' century-old Indian Arm haunt attracts high school students

A film class from West Vancouver is trying to figure out what is fact and what is fiction in the legends surrounding Indian Arm’s Wigwam Inn.
Calgary voters say no to Winter 2026 Olympics bid

Calgary voters say no to Winter 2026 Olympics bid

Plebiscite result likely puts end to Whistler involvement in Games