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Day Scholar lawsuit agrees to $2.8 billion trust from Canada

Day Scholar lawsuit agrees to $2.8 billion trust from Canada

After more than a decade, the federal government has reached an agreement with 325 nations for the collective harm done by residential schools.
Metro Vancouver student launches first 'Free Blockbuster' in B.C., third in Canada

Metro Vancouver student launches first 'Free Blockbuster' in B.C., third in Canada

It works like a little library.
ICBC stands firm on Flying Spaghetti Monster pirate, colander hats

ICBC stands firm on Flying Spaghetti Monster pirate, colander hats

Dread Pyrate Higgs (also known as Gary Smith of Grand Forks) has been issued a driver's licence without his Pastafarian head covering in the photo. He says it was done "under duress."
Search for missing Britannia Beach man ends tragically

Search for missing Britannia Beach man ends tragically

Ryosuke Motoike was recently found deceased. Police say they will not be releasing any other information at this time.
B.C. Indigenous child agency appeals mom's $150K separation award

B.C. Indigenous child agency appeals mom's $150K separation award

The Vancouver Aboriginal Child and Family Services Society says the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal overstepped its jurisdiction.
More B.C. seniors are using reverse mortgages to unlock equity

More B.C. seniors are using reverse mortgages to unlock equity

As inflation causes increases in monthly expenses, reverse mortgages are going up.
Two heli-skiers killed in avalanche near Revelstoke

Two heli-skiers killed in avalanche near Revelstoke

Monday's tragedy brings the number of people killed in avalanches in B.C over the past two weeks to five.
Nearly one-quarter of trails in southern B.C., Alberta unmapped and unmanaged: study

Nearly one-quarter of trails in southern B.C., Alberta unmapped and unmanaged: study

New research has spelled out for the first time the gap between official lists of trails in the southern Rockies and the number of trails there actually are, suggesting effects from the growing number of backcountry users may be larger than suspected
Physician assistants should be allowed to practice in B.C., says Greens' deputy leader

Physician assistants should be allowed to practice in B.C., says Greens' deputy leader

Dr. Sanjiv Gandhi said he’s had numerous emails from physician assistants looking to work in B.C. and has to turn them away, even though they could save the system money.
From hardhats to boots: PPE Is keeping women from the trades

From hardhats to boots: PPE Is keeping women from the trades

Poorly fitting safety gear is dangerous, and a fact of life for women in construction.
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