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Canada leads world with pledge to curb methane leaks from oil and gas sector

Canada leads world with pledge to curb methane leaks from oil and gas sector

OTTAWA — Canada is nearly doubling its target to cut methane emissions from the oil and gas sector as it prepares to sign a new global pledge at next month's climate talks in Scotland.
Woman faces charges after BC Ferries staff threatened with a knife

Woman faces charges after BC Ferries staff threatened with a knife

Mischief and robbery are among the recommended charges.
New sobering centre, addictions treatment services coming to Northern B.C.

New sobering centre, addictions treatment services coming to Northern B.C.

The provincial government says more addictions treatment and recovery services will soon be coming to Northern B.C.
Shortage of rig workers could slow Canadian oilpatch recovery, industry warns

Shortage of rig workers could slow Canadian oilpatch recovery, industry warns

CALGARY — Canadian energy contractors are facing a shortage of rig workers that could slow oilpatch recovery. Oil and gas companies are ramping up production to meet global energy demand as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
'I've never been so scared in my life': Golden woman nearly hit by meteorite

'I've never been so scared in my life': Golden woman nearly hit by meteorite

Thankfully, the woman avoided any injuries.
British Columbians have natural gas, clean energy misconceptions: BC Hydro

British Columbians have natural gas, clean energy misconceptions: BC Hydro

B.C. NDP, Liberal governments perpetuating a false LNG narrative: Sierra Club BC
Charges pending after reports killer whale buffer zones routinely violated: DFO

Charges pending after reports killer whale buffer zones routinely violated: DFO

Days after environmental groups called for ramped-up patrols, prosecution and penalties, a DFO spokesperson says no charges have been approved against boaters allegedly violating killer whale buffer zones in 2020, despite hundreds of reports from the public.
Speeding driver tells Vancouver police they washed their car and wanted to get the water off

Speeding driver tells Vancouver police they washed their car and wanted to get the water off

The driver was clocked going 113 km/h in a 50 zone
Prince George couple loses fight to prove 'bat colony' lived in house

Prince George couple loses fight to prove 'bat colony' lived in house

First-time homebuyers left with $33,000 bill to keep bats out of ceiling.
UNBC professor recognized for contributions to forestry research

UNBC professor recognized for contributions to forestry research

Dr. Kathy Lewis acknowledged with award from the Canadian Institute of Forestry