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Why this West Vancouver woman hasn’t eaten for 10 days

Why this West Vancouver woman hasn’t eaten for 10 days

Susan Bibbings says she will continue her climate hunger strike for up to 30 or 40 days — the point she says she risks her life
Can you answer these real 'Jeopardy!' clues about space?

Can you answer these real 'Jeopardy!' clues about space?

Test your knowledge on space travel.
Prescription coverage now available to Ukrainian migrants in B.C.

Prescription coverage now available to Ukrainian migrants in B.C.

All newcomers should enroll for MSP.
B.C. nurse suspended for religious ritual

B.C. nurse suspended for religious ritual

A ritual was performed on an Indigenous person in public without informed consent and consideration of the person's heritage, B.C.’s College of Nurses & Midwives said.
COVID-19 lockdowns impacted HIV transmission rates in B.C., says study

COVID-19 lockdowns impacted HIV transmission rates in B.C., says study

During the early stages of the pandemic, HIV rates increased among certain drug users, UBC researchers found
Knife-wielding woman tries to break into locked nursery at B.C. hospital

Knife-wielding woman tries to break into locked nursery at B.C. hospital

Police say the woman was “uncontrollable and violent.”
The circus comes to town with Fireflight

The circus comes to town with Fireflight

Circus West kicks off Arts Whistler Live! with a sold-out show on Sept. 23
We can use drones to get inside and learn more about active, gassy volcanoes

We can use drones to get inside and learn more about active, gassy volcanoes

Drones can be used to collect gas samples from active volcanoes, where it is too dangerous for researchers. This data can be then used to predict the frequency and severity of eruptions.
‘We’re going to paddle together’: Stz’uminus welcomed community for a day of culture and learning

‘We’re going to paddle together’: Stz’uminus welcomed community for a day of culture and learning

Hundreds present on Stz’uminus homelands to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day
First B.C. couple married by Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

First B.C. couple married by Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

The Christina Lake couple were married by church leader Dread Pirate Higgs under cheers of 'R’Amen. R’Amen. R’Amen'