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Veteran B.C. Liberal Stephanie Cadieux resigns seat, takes federal accessibility post

Veteran B.C. Liberal Stephanie Cadieux resigns seat, takes federal accessibility post

VICTORIA — A member of the British Columbia Liberal caucus is resigning her Surrey-area seat after 13 years at the legislature to become Canada's first chief accessibility officer.
B.C. doubles number of subsidized seats in veterinary college to address shortage

B.C. doubles number of subsidized seats in veterinary college to address shortage

VICTORIA — British Columbia is doubling the number of seats it will subsidize for first-year veterinary college students, a change the voice of the province's veterinarians says is a much-needed step forward to address a "tremendous" shortage of anim
Environment Canada warns of windstorm, huge waves, deep snow for parts of B.C.

Environment Canada warns of windstorm, huge waves, deep snow for parts of B.C.

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada says a powerful windstorm was expected to lash much of the west coast of Vancouver Island with strong gusts and towering waves capable of inundating low-lying shorelines.
Papal apology ripples through Island First Nations: It's a start, but more 'actions' essential

Papal apology ripples through Island First Nations: It's a start, but more 'actions' essential

First Nations leaders on Vancouver Island react to the pope's apology for the Catholic Church’s role in residential schools.
Up to 100 mm of rain and strong winds in the forecast for parts of British Columbia

Up to 100 mm of rain and strong winds in the forecast for parts of British Columbia

VANCOUVER — Heavy rain and gusty winds are forecast for several parts of British Columbia as winter melts into spring.
B.C. police watchdog investigating after a man's death in Campbell River

B.C. police watchdog investigating after a man's death in Campbell River

SURREY, B.C. — The province's police watchdog is investigating a man's death in Campbell River, B.C.
Majority of First Nations agree to old growth deferrals

Majority of First Nations agree to old growth deferrals

More than 60 First Nations want more time to respond to logging moratorium
B.C. farms and agribusinesses hoping for return to normalcy

B.C. farms and agribusinesses hoping for return to normalcy

Amid an earthquake in Mexico City, finding workers continues to be tough
Cases of cheating horse trainer & ICBC exam scam used as precedent in B.C. fraud case

Cases of cheating horse trainer & ICBC exam scam used as precedent in B.C. fraud case

Horses, ICBC, and a fraudulent former caseworker
Syilx Okanagan Nation Alliance says they have 'no forgiveness for the murder and attempted murder of our children'

Syilx Okanagan Nation Alliance says they have 'no forgiveness for the murder and attempted murder of our children'

“We are past apologies," said Chief Greg Gabriel of the Penticton Indian Band