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Why government policies could keep B.C. electric-vehicle prices high

Why government policies could keep B.C. electric-vehicle prices high

A number of forces are affecting the economics of EVs and delaying 'affordable' adoption
Rob Shaw: Yes, the Canucks' playoff run led to a wine deal with Alberta

Rob Shaw: Yes, the Canucks' playoff run led to a wine deal with Alberta

A Vancouver Canucks playoff game sparked a resolution in the British Columbia and Alberta cross-border wine sales dispute
Rare bird entangled in fishing wire in Whistler lake

Rare bird entangled in fishing wire in Whistler lake

The surf scoter was spotted on Alta Lake by a local photographer
Letter: Another side to the Spruce Grove Lease

Letter: Another side to the Spruce Grove Lease

'It may not be popular, but council’s decision on the Spruce Grove property should be applauded'
B.C. nurse disciplined after social media comments with patient's mom

B.C. nurse disciplined after social media comments with patient's mom

The nurse voluntarily agreed to a reprimand, remedial education and coaching.
B.C. man threatened police officer with a pipe wrench

B.C. man threatened police officer with a pipe wrench

Michael Gadd pleaded guilty to a Vancouver mischief charge and to Delta assault and threat counts.
As I crossed Canada by train, I looked inward as much as I looked out

As I crossed Canada by train, I looked inward as much as I looked out

This trip was more than a novel way for me to travel across this great country, it was a chance to pause, reflect and give thanks at the 70-year milepost on my own life's journey.
B.C. man who assaulted health worker gets time served, probation

B.C. man who assaulted health worker gets time served, probation

The 33-year-old had been in a car accident when he was taken to Vancouver General Hospital's emergency room with leg and hip injuries.
Alberta, B.C. toast wine deal after tiff over taxing direct sales to consumers

Alberta, B.C. toast wine deal after tiff over taxing direct sales to consumers

EDMONTON — The Alberta-British Columbia wine fight appears to be coming to an end. The premiers of both provinces announced Tuesday a one-year deal to again allow Albertans to directly order wine from more than 300 B.C.
Squamish named one of the Top 10 deadliest communities for black bears in B.C.

Squamish named one of the Top 10 deadliest communities for black bears in B.C.

Squamish comes in at eighth on the Fur-Bearers' list, with Prince George and Kamloops topping it.