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Here are the countries that have set 'vaccination expiration' dates for Canadians

Here are the countries that have set 'vaccination expiration' dates for Canadians

Find out everything you need to know about these new programs
It's Sea Otter Awareness Week! (VIDEO)

It's Sea Otter Awareness Week! (VIDEO)

Did you know they have pockets? 🦦
This Squamish man spent the summer looking for wildfire hotspots

This Squamish man spent the summer looking for wildfire hotspots

In the aftermath of active BC wildfires, Justin Perry piloted drones equipped with thermal imaging to search for potential fires not visible to the naked eye.
Is it time for Canada to open its doors to climate migrants?

Is it time for Canada to open its doors to climate migrants?

As huge swathes of the world become uninhabitable due to rising heat, a group of refugee lawyers say Canada could become an important oasis.
Coalition calls on renewed Liberal government to follow through on climate plan

Coalition calls on renewed Liberal government to follow through on climate plan

“They are going to have to find a place to compromise,” says SFU political scientist.
Eviction rate raises concerns over Lower Mainland economy

Eviction rate raises concerns over Lower Mainland economy

Rental instability in Metro Vancouver is a danger sign, warns urban development expert.
Mental health concerns loom in COVID's second autumn

Mental health concerns loom in COVID's second autumn

Social interactions are increasing, but many employees are still working from home.
Burnaby man to attack mortgage after winning big lottery prize

Burnaby man to attack mortgage after winning big lottery prize

Ticket bought at Market Crossing
B.C.'s largest Indigenous government announces vaccine mandate

B.C.'s largest Indigenous government announces vaccine mandate

The Métis Nation of British Columbia supports over 90,000 self-declared Métis people in the province through several regional offices.
Election official, who runs chocolate shop, flies ballot box to 27 B.C. lighthouses

Election official, who runs chocolate shop, flies ballot box to 27 B.C. lighthouses

Despite the challenge of reaching some of Canada's most remote residents, a part-time election official is flying by helicopter so lighthouse keepers can vote.