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A COVID legacy? When doctors say we should still be masking up

A COVID legacy? When doctors say we should still be masking up

"I still encourage the elderly in my life ... that if they are taking a plane or they are going to be in high-risk settings to mask up," said one a pediatric infectious diseases specialist
Canada's electronic waste more than tripled in 20 years, study indicates

Canada's electronic waste more than tripled in 20 years, study indicates

Canadians produced nearly one million tonnes of e-waste in 2020, and that's expected to reach 1.2 million tonnes annually by 2030, the study suggests.
Letter: Province has a cash cow in Whistler

Letter: Province has a cash cow in Whistler

'I do think at a minimum that this PTT windfall should be at least 50-per-cent shared with the municipality...'
AI: Making property management and home sales smarter through tech

AI: Making property management and home sales smarter through tech

Predictive analytics, search and site development are some of the areas ready for artificial intelligence
Sex workers on making their lives better

Sex workers on making their lives better

Study finds high disability rates and the damage done by criminalization and stigma.
Paramedic shortages still plague rural areas, but some remedies may be in the works

Paramedic shortages still plague rural areas, but some remedies may be in the works

“I was in the middle of real pain, and that was stressful," said Quadra Island resident Carol Woolsey
5 things you (probably) didn't know about the U.S.-Canada border near Vancouver

5 things you (probably) didn't know about the U.S.-Canada border near Vancouver

What lies beyond 0 Avenue?
AI: Reducing lawyers’ workloads and costs with artificial intelligence technology

AI: Reducing lawyers’ workloads and costs with artificial intelligence technology

Automation, not advice, the current path forward for artificial intelligence in the legal sector
B.C. mom wants daughter's stolen memorial cross returned

B.C. mom wants daughter's stolen memorial cross returned

Lori Wells’ daughter died from a toxic drug overdose in Prince George
Rob Shaw: Pointed questions about an MLA's expenses unfurl an unexpected answer

Rob Shaw: Pointed questions about an MLA's expenses unfurl an unexpected answer

BC United questions ran into answers they didn't anticipate