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BC Hydro anticipates soaring air conditioner demand this summer

BC Hydro anticipates soaring air conditioner demand this summer

Climate change is making B.C. switch from being high-demand energy users in the winter to warm up to the summer to cool down, says a new BC Hydro report.
Journalist ordered to steer clear of past Law Society of BC president

Journalist ordered to steer clear of past Law Society of BC president

A man who has reported for the The New York Times has been ordered to stay away from a former Law Society of BC president and his mother-in-law.
‘We’ll do it ourselves’: Weary of waiting on Ottawa, First Nation sets up marine protected area

‘We’ll do it ourselves’: Weary of waiting on Ottawa, First Nation sets up marine protected area

A First Nation in B.C. celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day by taking action where the federal government has not by establishing a new marine protected area in the Great Bear Coast
B.C. health agency denies responsibility for fake hospital nurse

B.C. health agency denies responsibility for fake hospital nurse

A woman already convicted of passing herself off as a nurse in Ontario could soon be in B.C. to face similar charges. Meanwhile, the Provincial Health Services Authority faces a class-action lawsuit alleging negligence in hiring the woman.
Economic side of 'Green New Deal' launches in B.C., says federal minister

Economic side of 'Green New Deal' launches in B.C., says federal minister

Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson spoke to Glacier Media about the government's plan to usher in a decarbonized economy.
Vancouver ranked #5 most liveable city in the world: report

Vancouver ranked #5 most liveable city in the world: report

The Economist ranking puts another Canadian city ahead of Vancouver, however.
B.C.'s salmon farm ‘transition’ could still mean ocean-based farming, says minister

B.C.'s salmon farm ‘transition’ could still mean ocean-based farming, says minister

In an interview with Glacier Media, fisheries minister Joyce Murray said as long as there's 'limited to no interaction between the wild salmon and the farmed salmon,' the future of fish farms could still be in the ocean
These 18 photos capture life at the beach in Vancouver over 100 years ago

These 18 photos capture life at the beach in Vancouver over 100 years ago

Vancouver and beaches go together like the sunshine and ocean waves
Vancouver renter says he didn't have hot water for a whopping 14 years

Vancouver renter says he didn't have hot water for a whopping 14 years

Tenants who accuse landlords of not providing hot water are tasked with proving they're left in the cold.
B.C. Legislative Assembly’s top financial executive gone

B.C. Legislative Assembly’s top financial executive gone

Chartered accountant Hilary Woodward was escorted from the Parliament Buildings June 22.