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Navigating the ever-changing future of ski tourism

Navigating the ever-changing future of ski tourism

A Q&A with tourism consultant and former Destination Canada CEO Greg Klassen
New Westminster school district votes to immediately cancel police liaison program

New Westminster school district votes to immediately cancel police liaison program

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A second school district in British Columbia has ended a program that put uniformed officers in its elementary, middle and secondary schools, but trustees are not rejecting further links with police.
B.C. offers Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to people age 30 and up

B.C. offers Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to people age 30 and up

VICTORIA — People age 30 and older may now receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in British Columbia, starting with hot spots for transmission. Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.
B.C.'s Playland pushes back opening to May 25 over COVID travel restrictions

B.C.'s Playland pushes back opening to May 25 over COVID travel restrictions

VANCOUVER — A Vancouver amusement park has delayed its opening until after the May long weekend amid concerns it will attract COVID-19 rule breakers.
London Drugs offers shelf space to restaurants impacted by COVID-19

London Drugs offers shelf space to restaurants impacted by COVID-19

Richmond-based business expands local central program to restaurants in Western Canada
Avalanche safety efforts on B.C. highways get solid marks from auditor general

Avalanche safety efforts on B.C. highways get solid marks from auditor general

VICTORIA — British Columbia is effectively managing highway avalanche risks, says a report by the province's auditor general that examined two decades of data. Michael Pickup said Tuesday an audit by his office found avalanche deaths on B.C.
B.C. judge declares woman third legal parent in polyamorous 'triad'

B.C. judge declares woman third legal parent in polyamorous 'triad'

A BC Supreme Court justice has declared a woman has the legal right to act as a third 'full parent' in a polyamorous relationship involving a two-year-old boy — the ruling points to a gap in current legislation, resulting from either a legislative misstep or 'changing social conditions.'
Buddies chillin' in New West have lottery dreams come true

Buddies chillin' in New West have lottery dreams come true

They bought the ticket at a pub in Queensborough
Trustees vote to end program assigning uniformed police officers to Vancouver schools

Trustees vote to end program assigning uniformed police officers to Vancouver schools

VANCOUVER — Uniformed police officers will no longer be assigned to Vancouver public schools after trustees voted to end its school liaison officer program.
Vancouver police alarmed by social media posts after teen fatally stabbed

Vancouver police alarmed by social media posts after teen fatally stabbed

VANCOUVER — Police say they're alarmed by "social media chatter" in the aftermath of a stabbing during a fight last weekend that killed a 15-year-old boy. Sgt.