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Elections BC issues more fines for anonymous third-party campaign ads

Elections BC issues more fines for anonymous third-party campaign ads

Elections BC received a complaint on Sept. 6 about the Cowichan Works mailing and indicated the next day that Cowichan Works was required to register as a third party.
Ontario senator recognizes pro-CCP activists with Queen’s Platinum Jubilee medals

Ontario senator recognizes pro-CCP activists with Queen’s Platinum Jubilee medals

Senator Victor Oh awarded 24 people the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee medal to “recognize some of our community’s most-outstanding citizens, who have contributed so much to this great country, Canada.”
B.C. valley of ancient trees, rare animals preserved in deal with forest firm

B.C. valley of ancient trees, rare animals preserved in deal with forest firm

VICTORIA — A valley of giant trees, lakes and wetlands in southeastern British Columbia nearly 200 times the size of Vancouver’s Stanley Park is being preserved in an agreement with governments, Indigenous groups, a forest company and the Nature Cons
Three new B.C. mines aim to pour first gold in 2024

Three new B.C. mines aim to pour first gold in 2024

Of eight new mines or expansions in the queue, one is on Nisga'a Nation treaty land
Coastal GasLink fined $213,600

Coastal GasLink fined $213,600

Levy stems from February 2022 inspection near Kitimat
B.C. announces new conservancy protecting old-growth rainforest near Revelstoke

B.C. announces new conservancy protecting old-growth rainforest near Revelstoke

The forests contain substantial areas of mature and old-growth trees, with some ranging from 800 to 1,500 years old.
Prince George business leader rips B.C. government over value-added wood decision

Prince George business leader rips B.C. government over value-added wood decision

Secondary manufacturers to be limited to 10 per cent of B.C. Timber Supply.
Royal B.C. Museum returning totem to remote First Nation

Royal B.C. Museum returning totem to remote First Nation

The pole was taken from the Nuxalk homeland in South Bentinck (Talleomy) south of Bella Coola after people were forced to relocate after a smallpox epidemic around 1900.
B.C. islanders bid adieu to their Queen who reigned for nearly 60 years

B.C. islanders bid adieu to their Queen who reigned for nearly 60 years

Quadra Islanders braved lashing wind and rain to bid farewell to the queen that for decades dictated many aspects of their lives and reigned over their West Coast community.
Developers, lobbyists among Eby’s NDP leadership campaign supporters

Developers, lobbyists among Eby’s NDP leadership campaign supporters

The list includes a total $6,359.09 from Giulio, Marcello, Morris, Paolo and Rossano De Cotiis, members of the family behind Onni and Amacon.
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