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Dave Clark named Whistler's Citizen of the Year

Dave Clark named Whistler's Citizen of the Year

Whistler Chamber hosts Excellence Awards online for first time
B.C.’s economic recovery plan targets job creation, tourism sector

B.C.’s economic recovery plan targets job creation, tourism sector

Province outlines $1.5b in direct spending, $660m in new tax measures and $500m investment fund
'Dooring' fines set to quadruple across B.C.

'Dooring' fines set to quadruple across B.C.

Common safety issue for cyclists being addressed through fine increase
Here is when the smoke is expected to clear from Metro Vancouver

Here is when the smoke is expected to clear from Metro Vancouver

Environment Canada provides a forecast for Vancouver's smoky conditions.
Driver arrested after nine pedestrians injured by car in Montreal

Driver arrested after nine pedestrians injured by car in Montreal

"We have no indication it was a planned act," police say
Killing spree still feeds unease in B.C.’s isolated north, one year later

Killing spree still feeds unease in B.C.’s isolated north, one year later

It’s been just over a year since two Port Alberni teenagers left their homes and for reasons still unknown went on a random killing spree through northern B.C., sparking a two-week nationwide manhunt.
The Weather Network releases long-term fall/winter forecast for B.C.

The Weather Network releases long-term fall/winter forecast for B.C.

The combination of cooler temperatures and above-normal precipitation gives the potential for an early start to the ski season
Leaked document details missteps during deadliest COVID-19 outbreak in B.C.

Leaked document details missteps during deadliest COVID-19 outbreak in B.C.

A total of 26 residents died with COVID-19 at Langley Lodge before the virus was snuffed out. Now, as cases ramp up, an internal document offers a blueprint and a warning for how to weather an outbreak at a long-term care home during a second wave
New research digs into link between social media and avalanche safety

New research digs into link between social media and avalanche safety

SFU masters student is studying how platforms impact decision-making in the winter backcountry
Lawsuit claims NHL, minor pro, junior leagues conspire to limit player opportunity

Lawsuit claims NHL, minor pro, junior leagues conspire to limit player opportunity

The suit alleges the defendants participated in "an unlawful conspiracy, arrangement or agreement" to limit opportunities for players to make a living playing pro hockey between the ages of 18 and 20