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Section of Whistler's River of Golden Dreams will be closed Aug. 9 through 11

Section of Whistler's River of Golden Dreams will be closed Aug. 9 through 11

Crews will remove log weir from canal section of popular waterway to improve fish spawning habitat
B.C. tribunal upholds $200 strata fine for improper recycling

B.C. tribunal upholds $200 strata fine for improper recycling

A Metro Vancouver strata tenant won't be reimbursed for a $200 fine levied in a case of improper recycling.
Opinion: 6 ways Canadians can prepare for the upcoming recession

Opinion: 6 ways Canadians can prepare for the upcoming recession

With a recession seeming imminent, many Canadians are rightfully concerned about the state of their finances. Here are some ways you can be prepared for one.
5 types of pet allergies and how to treat them

5 types of pet allergies and how to treat them

While humans with allergies tend to sneeze, dogs itch.
Opinion: We need a better understanding of race, 'status' and indigeneity in Canada

Opinion: We need a better understanding of race, 'status' and indigeneity in Canada

Challenging Indigenous identity fraud in academia must name and focus explicitly on structures of whiteness, white entitlement and settler colonialism so we don’t recreate the harms of past policies.
How expensive is owning a dog?

How expensive is owning a dog?

If you’ve considered adopting a dog during the coronavirus, you’re not alone. Adoption rates for dogs and cats have skyrocketed over the course of 2020 and 2021 as people spend increasingly more time at home. A report by Rover.
Iles snags first World Cup win in Mont-Sainte-Anne

Iles snags first World Cup win in Mont-Sainte-Anne

Iles snags first World Cup win of his career while Squamish's Jackson Goldstone continues to dominate the junior circuit.
Man accused in Amanda Todd harassment case found guilty on all charges

Man accused in Amanda Todd harassment case found guilty on all charges

Aydin Coban has been found guilty on all charges.
B.C. hate crime numbers 'alarming’ and a 'wake-up call,' says advocate

B.C. hate crime numbers 'alarming’ and a 'wake-up call,' says advocate

There were 3,360 hate crimes reported to police across Canada in 2021.
Phase 2 of a new Britannia Beach Townhomes development is underway

Phase 2 of a new Britannia Beach Townhomes development is underway

All told, with combined phases, there will eventually be 73 townhomes, a heritage village and a commercial hub.