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Settlement announced for collective damages for language, culture loss in residential schools

Settlement announced for collective damages for language, culture loss in residential schools

“The settlement is about giving our nations the support they need to pick up the broken pieces, to start healing our communities," said Dr. Matthew Coon Come
B.C. experiencing 'volatile, dangerous' avalanche conditions

B.C. experiencing 'volatile, dangerous' avalanche conditions

Three British Columbians have died this avalanche season.
Boudreau firing evokes Vancouver Canucks' dubious departures

Boudreau firing evokes Vancouver Canucks' dubious departures

Rick Tocchet replaced Bruce Boudreau on Sunday - the latest in the Canucks’ history of dubious departures.
No $2,500 refund for dead cat, B.C. tribunal rules

No $2,500 refund for dead cat, B.C. tribunal rules

Susan Ellis went to the Civil Resolution Tribunal to either get a refund or her vet bills covered.
What B.C. travellers need to know about Mexico's new smoking ban

What B.C. travellers need to know about Mexico's new smoking ban

You won't be able to light up at your leisure. Does this change your vacation plans?
Poilievre's energy plan: carrots not sticks

Poilievre's energy plan: carrots not sticks

'First Nations must be the principal beneficiaries of the resource development,' says federal Conservative Leader
Nothing says 'I love you' like Swedish meatballs and pre-packed furniture

Nothing says 'I love you' like Swedish meatballs and pre-packed furniture

Ikea is putting on a "romantic" three-course meal for the lovebirds on Feb. 14.
Get your art in for the Anonymous Art Show

Get your art in for the Anonymous Art Show

Arts Whistler's annual fundraiser has a submission deadline of Feb. 18
Insurance agency operating in B.C. ordered to retrain Ontario agents

Insurance agency operating in B.C. ordered to retrain Ontario agents

Similar orders have not been made in B.C., where the company has five offices.
November international travel to Canada below 2019 level

November international travel to Canada below 2019 level

Travellers who have experienced recent delays and long line-ups at airports might think travel has returned to where it was before the COVID-19 pandemic but new Statistics Canada data show this is not yet the case.
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