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Coquitlam resident sees big bear 'pose' for photos

Coquitlam resident sees big bear 'pose' for photos

Coquitlam resident Astar Henry returned home Sunday night to find a big bear on the street — posing for photos.
First-of-its-kind map showcases the rich Indigenous culture in B.C.

First-of-its-kind map showcases the rich Indigenous culture in B.C.

The user-friendly map includes information about the 34 First Nations languages spoken across the province, greetings and pronunciations of place names.
Canada ranked #1 country in the world for 'filthiest money'

Canada ranked #1 country in the world for 'filthiest money'

Canadian dollars were the "dirtiest and most dangerous currency in the world."
Oil and gas 'restoration economy' underway in B.C., says OGC

Oil and gas 'restoration economy' underway in B.C., says OGC

Work to reclaim oil and gas sites in B.C. is exceeding new drilling due to provincial regulations and an injection of federal money, the PRRD heard last week
First Nations vaccine clinic opens in Fort St. John

First Nations vaccine clinic opens in Fort St. John

As of June 10, 46% of residents 12 and older in Fort St. John and the North Peace had received at least one dose of vaccine
WATCH: Hudson's Hope family road trip circa 1950

WATCH: Hudson's Hope family road trip circa 1950

The South Peace Regional Archives: family's road trip to Hudson's Hope in 1950 showcases the area long before the W.A.C Bennett Dam was built
Everything to know about B.C.'s new guidance on travel in the province

Everything to know about B.C.'s new guidance on travel in the province

The B.C.-wide ban on non-essential travel has been lifted
B.C. restaurants can serve liquor later, banquet halls re-open with limited capacity

B.C. restaurants can serve liquor later, banquet halls re-open with limited capacity

Step 2 of the province's re-opening plan begins June 15. Here's what it means for restaurants, bars, and pubs in B.C.
Lauren Cote one step closer to paleontology dream

Lauren Cote one step closer to paleontology dream

LNG Canada marks milestone with arrival of core processing units

LNG Canada marks milestone with arrival of core processing units

Three large pieces of equipment weighing nearly 1,000 tonnes have arrived in Kitimat, marking the beginning of the “going vertical” stage for the $17 billion LNG plant being built there.