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Three males charged after sexual assault near Lillooet

Three males charged after sexual assault near Lillooet

Three men are facing charges of sexual assault and kidnapping following a Stl’atl’imx Tribal Police investigation into a report that a local female had been the victim of a sexual assault near Lillooet.
Carbon monoxide poisonings in B.C. prompt warning about detectors

Carbon monoxide poisonings in B.C. prompt warning about detectors

VANCOUVER – A senior paramedic in British Columbia is encouraging homeowners to buy carbon monoxide detectors and inspect their appliances following a spike in poisonings in the past week. Leon Baranowski, paramedic practice leader with B.C.
Canada’s largest cannabis conference since legalization sparks up at Parq Vancouver this weekend

Canada’s largest cannabis conference since legalization sparks up at Parq Vancouver this weekend

O’Cannabiz Conference and Expo runs Dec. 9-11
Thermostat settings are hot-button issue in Canadian households

Thermostat settings are hot-button issue in Canadian households

British Columbians most likely to change settings on the sly
VIDEO: Watch 200 dolphins swim alongside ferry headed to Vancouver

VIDEO: Watch 200 dolphins swim alongside ferry headed to Vancouver

Fewer things brighten up a ferry ride to or from the Lower Mainland than when some friends in the ocean seem to take the trip with you.
Climate action plan: Province promises tax breaks for consumers, companies

Climate action plan: Province promises tax breaks for consumers, companies

Nearly three-quarters of the energy used across the B.C. economy still comes from fossil fuels
B.C. pharmacists urge people to carry naloxone kits

B.C. pharmacists urge people to carry naloxone kits

Latest statistics show 1,619 overdose reversals were reported in B.C. in June 2018 alone
Kale recall across Canada after possible listeria contamination

Kale recall across Canada after possible listeria contamination

While you may avoid kale because of its taste, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency advises that you should avoid one brand of the leaf cabbage altogether.
Mandatory alcohol screening takes effect Dec. 18

Mandatory alcohol screening takes effect Dec. 18

Liberals defend new powers to demand roadside breath samples
B.C. Treaty Commission says new accord offers smoother, faster road to treaties

B.C. Treaty Commission says new accord offers smoother, faster road to treaties

Chief commissioner Celeste Haldane says the accord pledges to speed up and transform negotiations