Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

Must Reads

Best of Pemberton 2020

Best of Pemberton 2020

Pique’s annual Best of Pemberton tradition, where we pay tribute to the favourite people, places and things that make this incredible community tick, as voted by you, our readers.
Study suggests eight times more people in B.C. infected with COVID-19 than confirmed

Study suggests eight times more people in B.C. infected with COVID-19 than confirmed

The authors said the findings indicate successful suppression of community transmission in B.C., with an estimated overall infection rate of less than one per cent
Vancouver stock promoter David Sidoo sentenced to 90 days in U.S. jail

Vancouver stock promoter David Sidoo sentenced to 90 days in U.S. jail

Sidoo is going to prison for fraud relating to the U.S. college admissions scandal
Health officials warn British Columbians to hold the line amid bump in cases

Health officials warn British Columbians to hold the line amid bump in cases

25 cases a day? 'That’s way above my comfort zone,' said Henry
Economists expect near-zero interest rates until 2022

Economists expect near-zero interest rates until 2022

Survey of economists finds majority expect near-zero interest rates in Canada for at least two years
B.C. records lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in a week

B.C. records lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in a week

Province identified 13 new cases in the past day of the virus that has caused a global pandemic
Critter Care wildlife centre in desperate need of interns, donations

Critter Care wildlife centre in desperate need of interns, donations

Langley facility has seen significant drop in international volunteers during pandemic
Sources say Canada, U.S. likely to extend mutual travel ban into late August

Sources say Canada, U.S. likely to extend mutual travel ban into late August

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hinted at the possibility July 13 after a phone call with U.S. President Donald Trump.
B.C. announces 62 new COVID-19 cases, and two more deaths

B.C. announces 62 new COVID-19 cases, and two more deaths

More alerts announced for Vancouver and the Interior
Uncertainty over schooling plans has working mothers mulling leaving workforce

Uncertainty over schooling plans has working mothers mulling leaving workforce

Statistics Canada's June Labour Force Survey shows the employment recovery has been 'slowest for mothers with school-aged children.'