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B.C. Liberals propose legislation aimed at easing strata insurance crisis

B.C. Liberals propose legislation aimed at easing strata insurance crisis

“Simple, easy-to-apply” measures would define insurance responsibility and let homeowners earn financial breaks.
This B.C. couple had a winning lottery ticket worth $500k and didn't know it for a week

This B.C. couple had a winning lottery ticket worth $500k and didn't know it for a week

Moving day got in the way of them discovering their win. But they'll be moving again soon!

B.C. making preparations to tackle coronavirus now present in 39 countries

VICTORIA — British Columbia's provincial health officer says plans are in the works to expand the province's battle against the novel coronavirus, which has been diagnosed in seven people. Dr.

RCMP falsely reports child's death in vehicle crash in British Columbia

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The RCMP say they have mistakenly reported the death of a child in a crash near Kamloops, B.C.

RCMP falsely reports child's death in vehicle crash in British Columbia

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The RCMP say they have mistakenly reported the death of a child in a crash near Kamloops, B.C.
Who speaks for the Wet’suwet’en?

Who speaks for the Wet’suwet’en?

Some First Nations members not happy with hereditary chiefs.

Arrests made, tires slashed on patrol cars in northern B.C.: RCMP

VANCOUVER — First Nation leaders were among dozens of people arrested as police enforced injunctions against protesters across the province late Monday and Tuesday.
B.C. averaged nearly three overdose deaths a day in 2019

B.C. averaged nearly three overdose deaths a day in 2019

There were 981 suspected illicit drug toxicity deaths last year in B.C.
Chanting Wet'suwet'en supporters defy injunction; return to B.C. legislature

Chanting Wet'suwet'en supporters defy injunction; return to B.C. legislature

VICTORIA — Supporters of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs and their bid to stop a pipeline across their traditional territories returned to the British Columbia legislature Monday night despite a court injunction prohibiting protests blocking entrances

New blockades pop up in B.C. as Wet'suwet'en chiefs return from Ontario

VANCOUVER — Protests and blockades in British Columbia intensified again Monday as an anticipated meeting between federal leaders and Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who oppose a natural gas pipeline through their territory has yet to materialize.