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Whistler Blackcomb staff respond to ‘Make Whistler Great Again’ petition (VIDEO)

Whistler Blackcomb staff respond to ‘Make Whistler Great Again’ petition (VIDEO)

A recent petition dubbed “Vail: Make Whistler Great Again,” has been gaining traction online over the past week.

B.C. government offices centre of protesters in Victoria, but demonstrations peaceful

VICTORIA — Police say pipeline protests outside government offices in Victoria on Friday were peaceful with much of the noise generated by passing motorists honking their car horns in support.

Pulp and paper mill in B.C. faces 30-day closure due to lack of wood

RICHMOND, B.C. — Hundreds of forest industry workers will be affected as a pulp and paper mill on Vancouver Island shuts down for one month because it says it can't get enough wood.
Judge grants injunction against further blockades at legislature

Judge grants injunction against further blockades at legislature

The legislature remains closed to the public and Family Day activities planned for Monday have been cancelled.
Wet'suwet'en supporters planning to shut down government offices in Victoria on Friday

Wet'suwet'en supporters planning to shut down government offices in Victoria on Friday

A social media post calls on “settlers” and union members to “take responsibility for the colonial institutions causing violence against Wet’suwet’en people.”

Truckers, police combine resources to foil alleged heavy equipment thieves in B.C.

KELOWNA, B.C. — The efforts of a few commercial truck drivers and multiple RCMP detachments in northern B.C. led to the recovery of a stolen piece of heavy equipment and the arrest of two suspects.

Missing person report leads police to plane crash at airport in Merritt, B.C.

MERRITT, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board says it has assessed information gathered following a serious plane crash in Merritt, B.C., and will not be investigating further. The board was contacted Feb.
Solitary confinement challenge heads to Supreme Court of Canada

Solitary confinement challenge heads to Supreme Court of Canada

Canada’s high court will hear a B.C. Civil Liberties Association case challenging the constitutionality of solitary confinement.

Homicide team takes over Langley, B.C., shooting probe after death of victim

LANGLEY, B.C. — Homicide investigators in Metro Vancouver confirm a man shot last week in Langley has died in hospital.
ICBC changes, explained: B.C. motorists in line for dramatic differences

ICBC changes, explained: B.C. motorists in line for dramatic differences

These are the largest ICBC reforms made in more than four decades.