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Fewer British Columbians using re-usable bags in wake of plastic ban rejection

Fewer British Columbians using re-usable bags in wake of plastic ban rejection

Green Fatigue? B.C. residents hold steady on reusable bags, but other eco-habits dip.
Letter: Spread the word about WHCF grant funding

Letter: Spread the word about WHCF grant funding

The deadline is Feb. 20.
B.C. court rejects $1,500 COVID ticket appeal

B.C. court rejects $1,500 COVID ticket appeal

Nithya Geetapriya Ananda was fined $5,750, a penalty later reduced to $1,500.
B.C. investment dealer that oversaw suspicious, 'unprofitable' trades fined $150K

B.C. investment dealer that oversaw suspicious, 'unprofitable' trades fined $150K

Leede Jones Gable Inc. failed to adequately supervise stockbroker Larry Martin, who admitted to failing to fulfil his gatekeeper responsibilities, states settlement agreement.
Squamish to finally get a CT scanner

Squamish to finally get a CT scanner

‘A big day’: Provincial government announces the $6.5M scanner, which will be operational in early 2025.    
Researchers investigate theory linking severe menopausal symptoms to dementia

Researchers investigate theory linking severe menopausal symptoms to dementia

CALGARY — A University of Calgary study is looking into whether severe symptoms of menopause can act as early warning signs for dementia. Dr.
ICYMI in Whistler: RMOW to rake in nearly $14 million in tourism funds

ICYMI in Whistler: RMOW to rake in nearly $14 million in tourism funds

MP Weiler reaffirms commitment to Sea to Sky affordability issues; artists Jane and Jonah Waterous visiting from Feb. 14 to 20
BC Hydro prepares for drop in water supply at biggest reservoirs

BC Hydro prepares for drop in water supply at biggest reservoirs

Two dams that account for more than 45 per cent of B.C.'s generating capacity are forecast to have below average overall water supply.
Six charges for man accused in B.C. Crown prosecutor attack

Six charges for man accused in B.C. Crown prosecutor attack

Kenyon Thomas Lavallee was remanded in custody Feb. 12 in a hearing before open public court sessions.
B.C. man facing fraud charges in U.S. fined $40K for illegal trades

B.C. man facing fraud charges in U.S. fined $40K for illegal trades

Aarif Jamani is barred from B.C.'s capital markets for four years after conceding he violated a cease trade order; in a related matter Jamani faces securities fraud charges in a New York court