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B.C. hunting guide seeks class-action lawsuit in battle over grizzly hunting ban

B.C. hunting guide seeks class-action lawsuit in battle over grizzly hunting ban

Guide seeks compensation for all B.C. guide outfitting businesses allegedly harmed by the hunting ban.
Plans to drastically change how schools are funded in B.C. put on hold

Plans to drastically change how schools are funded in B.C. put on hold

Ministry of Education says it will consult with teachers and parents
Health Canada moves to restrict alcohol in single-serve sugary drinks

Health Canada moves to restrict alcohol in single-serve sugary drinks

Change follows death of teen
Canada Post says normal delivery times restored for most of the country

Canada Post says normal delivery times restored for most of the country

OTTAWA — Three weeks after striking postal workers were forced back to work, Canada Post says it's caught up on most parcel delivery backlogs that had been created by rotating walkouts.
Stricter drunk driving laws to take effect in Whistler and across Canada today, Dec.18

Stricter drunk driving laws to take effect in Whistler and across Canada today, Dec.18

The legislation gives police officers the right to ask for a breath sample from any driver they lawfully stop
ICBC applies for significant hike on all basic insurance rates in B.C.

ICBC applies for significant hike on all basic insurance rates in B.C.

ICBC is submitting an application to increase its basic insurance rates by 6.3 per cent.
Trudeau expects cannabis supply shortages to be fixed within a year

Trudeau expects cannabis supply shortages to be fixed within a year

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the biggest challenge associated with the legalization of cannabis has been the supply shortage—but he expects it to disappear within a year.
Several B.C. salmon farms to be shut down between now and 2023

Several B.C. salmon farms to be shut down between now and 2023

Four salmon farms in the Broughton Archipelago will be shut down by the provincial and federal governments in 2019, and another 13 could be phased out by 2023. In a joint announcement Friday, Dec.
Squamish residents’ poor recycling habits could be costly

Squamish residents’ poor recycling habits could be costly

District of Squamish could face annual penalty of $125,000, which would be passed down to locals
Desperately seeking chum salmon returns

Desperately seeking chum salmon returns

‘Without a healthy chum population, the other salmon populations are going to perform poorly,’ local fisher