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Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs demand banks divest from gas pipeline

Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs demand banks divest from gas pipeline

Letter serves as a 'formal notice' the pipeline project doesn’t have the consent of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.
Despite some capacity and movement restrictions lifting at B.C. venues soon, dancing still off the table

Despite some capacity and movement restrictions lifting at B.C. venues soon, dancing still off the table

When can we hit the dance floor and get footloose and boogie again in B.C.?
More than 170 Fairy Creek logging protesters charged

More than 170 Fairy Creek logging protesters charged

On Monday, 121 people made their first appearance in court, either by phone or in person.
B.C. residents can now buy COVID-19 testing kits to use at home (VIDEO)

B.C. residents can now buy COVID-19 testing kits to use at home (VIDEO)

Everything you need to know about B.C.'s first do-it-yourself coronavirus-testing kits.
Tesla driver allegedly asleep at wheel while crossing North Shore bridge issued $368 ticket

Tesla driver allegedly asleep at wheel while crossing North Shore bridge issued $368 ticket

Video posted to social media captures 21-year-old woman from Lower Mainland apparently asleep as she crosses the Ironworkers Memorial in a Tesla Thursday
'Climate refugees' urgently need legal protection: report

'Climate refugees' urgently need legal protection: report

Report calls for the creation of a new international legal regime that protects so-called 'climate refugees.'
Here's how to help bats this Halloween

Here's how to help bats this Halloween

Over half the species in this province are considered at risk.
Vaccine passports will be mandatory to ski or snowboard at Grouse Mountain this winter

Vaccine passports will be mandatory to ski or snowboard at Grouse Mountain this winter

No decisions about vaccine passports have been announced yet for Cypress or Seymour ski hills
Prime minister tells Tk'emlups 'concrete actions' are coming

Prime minister tells Tk'emlups 'concrete actions' are coming

Trudeau visits Kamloops, more than two weeks after Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and his Tofino vacation.
Prince George man captures trail camera video of bear dancing in the woods

Prince George man captures trail camera video of bear dancing in the woods

The footage was captured about three weeks ago.