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B.C.-wide recall on Ming Xiang enoki mushrooms

B.C.-wide recall on Ming Xiang enoki mushrooms

It's a no for enoki mushrooms
B.C. strata's $1.3-million special levy revote upheld

B.C. strata's $1.3-million special levy revote upheld

A handful of owners say the council president should have held a majority vote on whether to allow the revote.
Squamish Constellation Festival releases its full lineup

Squamish Constellation Festival releases its full lineup

The music festival is making a grand comeback after pandemic forced it into a hiatus.
Premier John Horgan says he has COVID but his symptoms are mild

Premier John Horgan says he has COVID but his symptoms are mild

Details about a second booster of the COVID vaccine are expected Tuesday
Opinion: Canada: An invader, warrior, peacekeeper and arms supplier in conflicts near and far

Opinion: Canada: An invader, warrior, peacekeeper and arms supplier in conflicts near and far

Canada is arming and supporting Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion. At various points in its history, it’s been everything from an invader to an arms supplier to invaders, not defenders.
B.C.'s police watchdog can't retain staff due to high workload and low pay

B.C.'s police watchdog can't retain staff due to high workload and low pay

Currently, the IIO has only 24 investigators out of the 30 it would have if fully staffed.
Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster leader's ICBC pirate hat fight continues

Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster leader's ICBC pirate hat fight continues

Gary Smith, the B.C. leader of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, wants to wear a pirate hat in his driver's licence photo. ICBC has deemed the headgear "unacceptable."
Have your say (again) on controversial Nita Lake development

Have your say (again) on controversial Nita Lake development

A public hearing is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6
This absolutely tiny 'half room' is available to rent in Vancouver (PHOTO)

This absolutely tiny 'half room' is available to rent in Vancouver (PHOTO)

Someone can rent the tiny space for $500
Fourth doses of COVID vaccine are coming to B.C. — but 40% of adults don't even have a third shot

Fourth doses of COVID vaccine are coming to B.C. — but 40% of adults don't even have a third shot

New Westminster's third-dose vaccination rate of 64% is better than B.C.'s 59%.