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Researcher calls on Metro Vancouver citizen scientists to capture invasive beetle

Researcher calls on Metro Vancouver citizen scientists to capture invasive beetle

Learning more about the insect will help scientists determine whether it is “friend or foe — or both.”
Terminally-ill Whistler woman looks for one last visit

Terminally-ill Whistler woman looks for one last visit

She hopes to see her sister a final time, but COVID-19 restrictions are standing in the way
Horgan, Wilkinson trade barbs over MSP premiums, health care at campaign stops

Horgan, Wilkinson trade barbs over MSP premiums, health care at campaign stops

Horgan called a snap election for Oct. 24 earlier this week, saying he needs the stability of a majority government
BREAKING: Squamish RCMP and Sea to Sky Gondola announce $250,000 reward for information on sabotage

BREAKING: Squamish RCMP and Sea to Sky Gondola announce $250,000 reward for information on sabotage

With no arrests made, gondola officials and RCMP are hoping that a big cash incentive can help with an investigation into the two times the Sea to Sky Gondola’s cable was deliberately cut. On Sept.
Online voter registration ends tomorrow at midnight in B.C.

Online voter registration ends tomorrow at midnight in B.C.

This year's voting experience will look decidedly different
COVID's second wave: what the road ahead looks like for food service workers

COVID's second wave: what the road ahead looks like for food service workers

Sixty-eight per cent of Restaurant Canada's members are losing money. Some won't survive another lockdown. This leaves staff wondering what's next for them
Museum tells the story of families that helped build B.C.

Museum tells the story of families that helped build B.C.

A new gallery at the Royal B.C. Museum seeks to shed light on an often-overlooked part of B.C.’s history.
Orca that carried dead calf for 17 days gives birth to bouncing baby boy

Orca that carried dead calf for 17 days gives birth to bouncing baby boy

J57’s arrival brings the population of southern resident killer whales to 73.
BCCDC says number of new COVID-19 cases increased this week, with 880 confirmed

BCCDC says number of new COVID-19 cases increased this week, with 880 confirmed

The most likely source of infection remains contact with a local case or cluster
Owners of vandalized gondola in Squamish, B.C., offer $250,000 reward for information

Owners of vandalized gondola in Squamish, B.C., offer $250,000 reward for information

SQUAMISH, B.C. — The owners of a gondola in Squamish, B.C., that was vandalized for the second time in just over a year are offering a $250,000 reward.