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Mental health rated low in B.C. despite healthy lifestyles and long life: doctor

Mental health rated low in B.C. despite healthy lifestyles and long life: doctor

British Columbians rate their mental health as nearly the lowest in the country
Squamish single mom battling cancer dies

Squamish single mom battling cancer dies

Fundraisers launched to raise money to help care for young daughters of Muriel "Mouse" Hanson
Measles outbreak in Washington prompts health warning in B.C.

Measles outbreak in Washington prompts health warning in B.C.

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control is warning British Columbians to take precautions if they’re planning to travel to Washington state, where a state of emergency has been declared due to a measles outbreak in Clark County.
B.C. voters across political spectrum approve of Speaker’s handling of Legislature scandal

B.C. voters across political spectrum approve of Speaker’s handling of Legislature scandal

Poll finds broad support for rule changes to improve transparency
New poll puts Liberals ahead of NDP in Nanaimo byelection

New poll puts Liberals ahead of NDP in Nanaimo byelection

Vote could change balance of power in B.C. legislature
B.C. freedom of information law changes suggested as spending scandal unfolds

B.C. freedom of information law changes suggested as spending scandal unfolds

Attorney General Eby to be asked about whistleblower protections
B.C. nurses approve new collective agreement with pay increase, workload changes

B.C. nurses approve new collective agreement with pay increase, workload changes

VICTORIA — Nurses in British Columbia will get a two per cent annual wage increase in a new three-year collective agreement. Details of the deal between the Nurses' Bargaining Association and the Health Employers' Association of B.C.
Squamish parks bus route renewed for summer 2019

Squamish parks bus route renewed for summer 2019

Squamish council also discusses possible expansion to bus services in general
B.C. government deploys first blockchain tool

B.C. government deploys first blockchain tool

Beta version of OrgBook BC allows users to verify if an organization is legally incorporated in the province
Police close Porteau Cove Provincial Park to investigate after “items of interest" found

Police close Porteau Cove Provincial Park to investigate after “items of interest" found

Police say they closed Porteau Cove Provincial Park Sunday afternoon after items "of interest" were found in the water. Several divers at the park alerted RCMP about the items at about 1:30 p.m. Sunday.