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Court of Appeal grants partial stay in ruling on B.C. auto injuries

Court of Appeal grants partial stay in ruling on B.C. auto injuries

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Court of Appeal has granted a temporary and partial stay in the legal fight over how drivers in the province can have their accident disputes resolved.
Saturday is Bat Appreciation Day

Saturday is Bat Appreciation Day

Local bats are coming out of hibernation and experts are asking people to report sightings
Record year prompts B.C. to increase budget for parks by $83 million over three years

Record year prompts B.C. to increase budget for parks by $83 million over three years

VICTORIA — British Columbia will pump $83 million over three years into its parks for new campsites and to expand trails and accessibility as the province had a record-breaking year for camping reservations last year.
2030 B.C. Olympics wouldn’t need government funding: Furlong

2030 B.C. Olympics wouldn’t need government funding: Furlong

2010 Games generated $1 billion in development, Greater Vancouver Board of Trade told.
B.C. parks get $83-million funding boost for new campgrounds, amenities

B.C. parks get $83-million funding boost for new campgrounds, amenities

'It’s not anywhere near what we asked for, but I do really think this is a step in the right direction,' says outdoor recreation advocate.
‘Don’t start a fire’: Sun, high temps and wind prompt weekend fire warning for B.C.

‘Don’t start a fire’: Sun, high temps and wind prompt weekend fire warning for B.C.

While there are no fire bans in place, Coastal Fire is urging caution one year after an early-season wildfire sparked in Squamish
B.C. restaurants in layoff limbo

B.C. restaurants in layoff limbo

"COVID-19 has presented significant challenges for everyone in the restaurant industry."
Hot, hot, hot: B.C. smashed 12 weather records Thursday

Hot, hot, hot: B.C. smashed 12 weather records Thursday

It's about to get even warmer in Vancouver, too.
High court ruling will hurt free speech, civil liberties association says

High court ruling will hurt free speech, civil liberties association says

Supreme Court of Canada upholds conviction dismissing entrapment in child luring case.
B.C. Supreme Court expands services to offer some sittings in Port Coquitlam

B.C. Supreme Court expands services to offer some sittings in Port Coquitlam

PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. — Some services of the B.C. Supreme Court will be offered in the Port Coquitlam area as the Ministry of Attorney General recognizes the rapid growth of the Lower Mainland's Tri-Cities area.