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B.C. gives itself high marks for pandemic response

B.C. gives itself high marks for pandemic response

Public Safety ministry releases review of B.C.'s handling of pandemic
B.C. children's representative urges immediate help for children with special needs

B.C. children's representative urges immediate help for children with special needs

VICTORIA — There are too many special needs children in British Columbia being shortchanged or left ineligible by government assistance and support programs, says the province's independent children's representative.
Parkland to double fast chargers in B.C., Alberta

Parkland to double fast chargers in B.C., Alberta

The Burnaby refinery owner has announced it's going to build 50 EV fast chargers between Victoria and Calgary.
Details revealed of Trudeau’s controversial Tofino trip

Details revealed of Trudeau’s controversial Tofino trip

Less than three days after staying in power with a minority government in the 2021 snap election, planning was underway for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s getaway to Tofino. Trudeau flew to his favourite Vancouver Island vacation spot Sept.
Arctic chill over much of B.C., snowy wallop for Vancouver Island: Environment Canada

Arctic chill over much of B.C., snowy wallop for Vancouver Island: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — Residents of coastal British Columbia are facing another day of winter-like conditions and frigid temperatures as the latest weather system brushes across the province.
Prince George homeless encampments at centre of national human rights discussion

Prince George homeless encampments at centre of national human rights discussion

“I don't think I've ever seen a city that seems to be so determined to do the wrong things."
Drivers need to be vigilant about checking tire pressure

Drivers need to be vigilant about checking tire pressure

Those four rubber donuts are all that keep motorists connected to the road.
Icy cold, wind and chance of more snow forecast for parts of B.C.: Environment Canada

Icy cold, wind and chance of more snow forecast for parts of B.C.: Environment Canada

VANCOUVER — A high-pressure system over British Columbia is pushing arctic air and bitter cold to some areas of the province, but heavy snow is no longer in the forecast. Environment Canada has been forecasting for days that B.C.
B.C. announces 'historic' expansion of addiction services for youth

B.C. announces 'historic' expansion of addiction services for youth

ESQUIMALT, B.C. — British Columbia is adding 33 new or expanded programs across the province to help young people who are addicted to substances.
UNBC research suggests psychopaths can’t tell when someone is in pain

UNBC research suggests psychopaths can’t tell when someone is in pain

The new research suggests that psychopaths have a decreased ability to sense when someone else is in pain
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