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Hammer attack on mother nets 5.5-year sentence

Hammer attack on mother nets 5.5-year sentence

“I love you,” son said before repeatedly attacking mother
B.C. boosts Indigenous student funding by $6.15 million

B.C. boosts Indigenous student funding by $6.15 million

Cash infusion aims to address systemic barriers
B.C. fares well in pandemic civil liberties report card

B.C. fares well in pandemic civil liberties report card

Provincial health officer Bonnie Henry singled out for praise
Bonnie Henry warns businesses against COVID testing

Bonnie Henry warns businesses against COVID testing

False positives could overburden hospitals, health officer warns
Teacher who caused high school fire suspended

Teacher who caused high school fire suspended

Disciplinary action is one of four released by B.C. commissioner for teacher regulation
Indigenous Day: B.C. minister acknowledges province’s ‘very dark’ history

Indigenous Day: B.C. minister acknowledges province’s ‘very dark’ history

An in-depth interview on the state of Indigenous peoples’ lives and issues in British Columbia in 2020
Indigenous Day (Part 3): B.C. minister acknowledges province’s ‘very dark’ history

Indigenous Day (Part 3): B.C. minister acknowledges province’s ‘very dark’ history

Glacier Media hears from Indigenous leader, police chief and government minister in three-part series in advance of National Indigenous Peoples Day
Study finds depression linked to greater risk of heart disease

Study finds depression linked to greater risk of heart disease

According to the study, greater awareness of the physical health risks associated with depression is needed.
Poll finds steady support for B.C. government’s housing taxes

Poll finds steady support for B.C. government’s housing taxes

Practically four in five British Columbians agree with the provincial government’s decision to increase the foreign buyer’s tax and expand it to areas located outside of Metro Vancouver.
B.C. tourism industry bets on a staycation summer

B.C. tourism industry bets on a staycation summer

British Columbians alone can’t repair the damage done by the pandemic, but hoteliers, tour companies and industry associations are hoping that local traffic will help salvage some of what remains of the 2020 tourism season.