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Tofino businesses struggle to stay open amid staffing shortages

Tofino businesses struggle to stay open amid staffing shortages

'We shouldn’t be closed, but we’re having to close.'
Service industry in B.C. struggling to find staff

Service industry in B.C. struggling to find staff

Restaurant, retail businesses aim to increase the flow of foreign workers to fill the void.
Employers debate whether to make vaccination a condition of employment

Employers debate whether to make vaccination a condition of employment

The province's new vaccine card goes into effect Sept. 13.
Helicopter coming and going from yard irks Pender neighbours; pilot says he's being harassed

Helicopter coming and going from yard irks Pender neighbours; pilot says he's being harassed

The former owner of Whistler Air says he's not breaking any rules.
Canada's prison system failing Canadians: David Milgaard

Canada's prison system failing Canadians: David Milgaard

'The punitive justice model doesn't help life. It takes life and I mean that,' says David Milgaard.
Drivers reminded to slow down ahead as school starts: ICBC

Drivers reminded to slow down ahead as school starts: ICBC

School begins on Sept. 7 in B.C.
BC Hydro study reveals British Columbians are more dependent on AC than ever

BC Hydro study reveals British Columbians are more dependent on AC than ever

During the heatwave, BC Hydro found residents were using 8,568 megawatts of power, the equivalent of 600,000 air conditioners
After more than a month of fighting B.C. fires, military heading home

After more than a month of fighting B.C. fires, military heading home

B.C. government says it has sufficient resources to respond to current wildfire activity.
Restaurant association calls for security-cost help as vaccine passport looms

Restaurant association calls for security-cost help as vaccine passport looms

The province's new proof-of-vaccination program launches Sept. 13.
Vaccine passports will exclude thousands of vaccinated British Columbians, claim community groups

Vaccine passports will exclude thousands of vaccinated British Columbians, claim community groups

Lack of cellphone, identification or proper immigration status are barriers advocacy groups say will shut out thousands of British Columbians from proving they have been vaccinated.