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10 of the strangest, grossest, and spookiest species found in B.C.’s parks

10 of the strangest, grossest, and spookiest species found in B.C.’s parks

We’ve rounded up some of the strangest, grossest, and most Halloween-y species found in B.C.’s provincial parks and protected areas.
Climate change drives policy change in West Vancouver

Climate change drives policy change in West Vancouver

West Vancouverites can expect some sweeping changes in their bylaws as the municipality looks to cut the community’s greenhouse gas emissions in a bid to halt devastating climate change.
Backcountry users reporting early season avalanches in parts of B.C.

Backcountry users reporting early season avalanches in parts of B.C.

While local ski resorts are still about a month away from opening, significant snowfall in the Kootenays has led to a few early season avalanches.
New water scarcity report challenges B.C.'s 'myth of abundance'

New water scarcity report challenges B.C.'s 'myth of abundance'

A report released last month warns of the "serious problem" of water scarcity in B.C., with roughly 63 per cent of the provincial population living in water-stressed areas.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg disputes invitation to B.C. legislature

Climate activist Greta Thunberg disputes invitation to B.C. legislature

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg says she is not aware of an invitation to speak in British Columbia's provincial legislature.
Digging into the mysteries of wild B.C. mushrooms

Digging into the mysteries of wild B.C. mushrooms

It’s fungi season. Fungi walks, fungi talks, fungi demonstrations, fungi festivals, fungi dinners — there are many opportunities at this time of year to learn about our neighbourhood mushrooms.
E-bikes pick up speed on mountain trails in Sea-to-Sky region of B.C.

E-bikes pick up speed on mountain trails in Sea-to-Sky region of B.C.

Now the trail systems north of Vancouver in the Sea to Sky region of B.C. are increasingly being used by cyclists riding with some extra juice.
This bizarre B.C. mushroom looks like a tooth oozing thick red blood

This bizarre B.C. mushroom looks like a tooth oozing thick red blood

The conifer-rich forests of the Pacific Northwest are a hotspot for Hydnellum peckii, a bizarre mushroom known colloquially as "bloody tooth fungus."
First snow of the season falls on Grouse Mountain (VIDEO)

First snow of the season falls on Grouse Mountain (VIDEO)

The North Shore's Grouse Mountain Resort shared a video Tuesday of the first snowflakes of the season.
B.C.'s fire suppression costs over budget despite tame wildfire season

B.C.'s fire suppression costs over budget despite tame wildfire season

The 2019 fire season was a welcome reprieve from the last two record-breaking years, but B.C.'s fire suppression costs still went over budget.