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Climate change threatening butterflies’ pollen-collecting powers, find B.C. researchers

Climate change threatening butterflies’ pollen-collecting powers, find B.C. researchers

An integral part of a vast array of insect pollinators, the shrinking of butterflies due to rising temperatures could have drastic consequences for agriculture
Labossiere in 3-way mayor's race

Labossiere in 3-way mayor's race

Fort St. John business owner advocates to fill empty store fronts and shops
Opinion: As chinook salmon get thinner and fewer, southern resident killer whales struggle to find enough food

Opinion: As chinook salmon get thinner and fewer, southern resident killer whales struggle to find enough food

The declining salmon and whale numbers raise a critical question: Is the southern resident killer whale population solely reliant on the abundance of salmon? And, if so, since when?
"We're still here": Indigenous leaders express mixed emotions after Queen's death

"We're still here": Indigenous leaders express mixed emotions after Queen's death

“I want to be respectful of the fact that he just lost his mother, and I’m just not prepared to speak ill of anyone during their mourning period,” said Assembly of First Nations National Chief Roseanne Archibald.
Northern B.C. hydrogen station the world’s largest

Northern B.C. hydrogen station the world’s largest

Hydra’s innovative refuelling station in Prince George will be operational in early 2024
These B.C. researchers want to study your dog

These B.C. researchers want to study your dog

Researchers at the University of British Columbia's newly opened Human-Animal Interaction Lab are looking for four-legged participants. The goal: Understand the mind of canines, including what makes them happy
B.C. health care 'on the brink of collapse'

B.C. health care 'on the brink of collapse'

B.C. nurses' union demanding action by the province to fix an ailing system
Younger Canadians are starting businesses due to rising living costs, finds survey

Younger Canadians are starting businesses due to rising living costs, finds survey

More than ever, Canadian customers are craving local goods and services over larger businesses. So-called 'micro-entrepreneurs' are filling the void, a new survey has found
B.C. gas prices forecast to climb past $2

B.C. gas prices forecast to climb past $2

If the Gas Wizard forecast proves accurate, it would represent a more than 7% price increase in less than 24 hours.
Sikanni bridge load limits increased

Sikanni bridge load limits increased

Commercial vehicles 63,500 kg and under now permitted to cross