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This Instagram account has the best BC Ferries memes

This Instagram account has the best BC Ferries memes

BCferriesmemes posts jokes highlighting how frustrating commuting can be poking fun at the food served onboard, fares, scheduling, wifi connection and overall sailing experience.
C-section rates are higher in B.C. than the national average

C-section rates are higher in B.C. than the national average

Photo Shutterstock A new report says caesarean-section rates in Canada are continuing to rise, even while the rate of hospital births is declining.
Trudeau attends Commonwealth meeting looking for less plastic, more LGBTQ rights

Trudeau attends Commonwealth meeting looking for less plastic, more LGBTQ rights

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participates in a discussion with LGBTQ rights advocates in the Commonwealth, who are part of the Commonwealth Equality Network, while in London, Thursday, April 19, 2018.
Tom Cochrane releases version of "Big League" to raise money for Humboldt Broncos

Tom Cochrane releases version of "Big League" to raise money for Humboldt Broncos

Tom Cochrane has released a reworked take of his song "Big League" and will donate the proceeds to those affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash nearly two weeks ago.
Supreme Court ruling corks B.C. vintners' hopes for free trade of Canadian wines

Supreme Court ruling corks B.C. vintners' hopes for free trade of Canadian wines

Officials representing wineries in British Columbia say they are disappointed by the Supreme Court of Canada ruling that upholds current interprovincial trade laws.
Raccoon caught in Burnaby trap euthanized

Raccoon caught in Burnaby trap euthanized

A raccoon that had its paw caught in a trap in Burnaby has been euthanized. Photograph By Contributed An animal rights group is asking residents not to use animal traps after a raccoon chewed off his paw after being caught in a trap in Burnaby.
Raises coming for 'alternate minimum wage' workers in B.C.

Raises coming for 'alternate minimum wage' workers in B.C.

Money/Shutterstock The B.C. government will gradually increase pay for alternate minimum wage workers including resident caretakers and liquor servers.
North Van Realtor faces hearing over alleged false statements

North Van Realtor faces hearing over alleged false statements

The Real Estate Council of B.C. will hold a disciplinary hearing today and tomorrow into the conduct of a longtime North Vancouver Realtor.
"Simulated injuries and simulated gunfire" planned for Stanley Park by VPD today, don't freak out

"Simulated injuries and simulated gunfire" planned for Stanley Park by VPD today, don't freak out

If you're strolling or cycling the seawall in Stanley Park and hear gunfire today, or you see what you think are mass casualties, fret not! The VPD's Emergency Response Team are simply conducting a training exercise.
Province launching review to regulate the real estate regulators

Province launching review to regulate the real estate regulators

Finance Minister Carole James: “Buying and selling property can be stressful, and people need to trust the professionals they are working with.” File photo Times Colonist The B.C.
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