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B.C. craft brewers growing nearly twice as fast as multinationals

B.C. craft brewers growing nearly twice as fast as multinationals

Business for B.C.’s largest brewers grew an average of 6.75%
Nanny shortage hurting economy, advocates claim

Nanny shortage hurting economy, advocates claim

Parents struggle with lack of child-care options
More rehab, fewer prescriptions among opioid action plan priorities

More rehab, fewer prescriptions among opioid action plan priorities

The use of prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs ceased to be only an urban problem in British Columbia a few years ago.
Speed limits on Sea to Sky Highway decreasing

Speed limits on Sea to Sky Highway decreasing

Province announced its cutting back on the need for speed
Recovery of Squamish climbers' remains suspended

Recovery of Squamish climbers' remains suspended

Juneau Mountain Rescue announces recovery effort for Squamish's Marc-André Leclerc and Ryan Johnson could be revived if new information comes forward
Nanny shortage hurting economy, advocates claim

Nanny shortage hurting economy, advocates claim

B.C. parents struggle with lack of child-care options
Puppies stranded on cliff in B.C. find ‘forever’ homes with rescue-crew members

Puppies stranded on cliff in B.C. find ‘forever’ homes with rescue-crew members

The two pups spent fours days stranded
B.C. allows gender X on ID for people who don’t identify as male or female

B.C. allows gender X on ID for people who don’t identify as male or female

People who consider themselves neither male nor female now have the right to use an X to designate their gender on British Columbia-issued identification including a driver's licence, birth certificate, identity card and BC Services card.
Trudeau attends West Vancouver fundraiser

Trudeau attends West Vancouver fundraiser

Protesters from My Sea to Sky group greeted the Prime Minister at the Gleneagles Golf Club
More than half of young families given up on single-family home dream: poll

More than half of young families given up on single-family home dream: poll

Just because young families are buying condos or townhomes, doesn’t mean they want to, survey reveals