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Want to avoid GMOs? New rules will make that harder

Want to avoid GMOs? New rules will make that harder

Last month, Health Canada released draft guidance, or documents the government will use to guide its application of laws and regulations for genetically modified plants and derived food products.
66% of Canadians plan on taking an 'extended vacation' once fully vaccinated

66% of Canadians plan on taking an 'extended vacation' once fully vaccinated

Within a year of getting fully vaccinated, these Canucks say they are heading for a vacation
Comparing the polio and COVID-19 vaccine rollouts

Comparing the polio and COVID-19 vaccine rollouts

Man who lives with polio worries history will repeat itself if not everyone can access the vaccine.
Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Vancouver man takes stunning photos of the galaxy that is 30 million lightyears away.
Audain Art Museum reinvents gala and auction for 2021

Audain Art Museum reinvents gala and auction for 2021

Music, food, dance and, of course, art abound at Illuminate Gala & Auction on April 24 
Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C. (VIDEO)

Belligerent behaviour builds up across B.C. (VIDEO)

Glacier Media asked experts to explain why some British Columbians have taken it to the extreme and have acted on their emotions.
Re-hiring blitz challenges looming for hospitality and tourism

Re-hiring blitz challenges looming for hospitality and tourism

Many skilled workers laid off during the pandemic have moved on to other sectors
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Aversion to adversity

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Aversion to adversity

'For some letter writers, it appears the cost is philosophical rather than physical, financial or emotional.'
U.S. CDC issues 'very high' warning against all travel to Canada

U.S. CDC issues 'very high' warning against all travel to Canada

The United States advises all travellers to avoid travel to Canada.
Unemployed Canadians shun farm work

Unemployed Canadians shun farm work

Only 25 of 80 applicants actually showed up and stayed for more than a day and most refused to work early mornings or on weekends, one farmer says.