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Everything B.C. residents need to know about the monkeypox virus

Everything B.C. residents need to know about the monkeypox virus

Here's what you need to know about the rare virus.
Pent-up demand makes for busy wedding season

Pent-up demand makes for busy wedding season

It's been a busy spring for the wedding industry, from planners to dress designers: “It’s twice as busy as a typical year,” says one wedding planner.
West Coast kelp is in hot water, but scientific insights may help save our underwater rainforests

West Coast kelp is in hot water, but scientific insights may help save our underwater rainforests

B.C.’s critical kelp forests withered as climate change has triggered marine heat waves along the entire West Coast in recent years.
Surrey mayoral hopeful Jinny Sims imports campaign manager from Calgary

Surrey mayoral hopeful Jinny Sims imports campaign manager from Calgary

The NDP MLA for Surrey-Panorama joins Mayor Doug McCallum and Coun. Brenda Locke in a three-way run for mayor of the city.
'This is a social issue': B.C. family law system to become less adversarial

'This is a social issue': B.C. family law system to become less adversarial

A new collaboration aims to include voices of children in family law disputes, to add more players to the process to make it less toxic and to help families holistically.
Difficulty focusing at work after COVID? New research finds possible link

Difficulty focusing at work after COVID? New research finds possible link

Cognitive failure at work following a COVID-19 infection is putting working adults' self-confidence and financial well-being at risk, a new study shows.
Is there fentanyl in my drugs? How 'take-home' testing could be a game changer

Is there fentanyl in my drugs? How 'take-home' testing could be a game changer

If you live in Vancouver, your drugs probably contain fentanyl, says an expert.
That was shady: Man steals $15K in sunglasses from B.C. shop

That was shady: Man steals $15K in sunglasses from B.C. shop

Thief who broke into an optical store in Gibsons just after 4:30 a.m. June 1, grabbed approximately $15,000 worth of sunglasses.
Vancouver fishing company, operator face tuna licence violations

Vancouver fishing company, operator face tuna licence violations

Alleged Fisheries Act violations include failing to have correct technological equipment on a vessel and failing to keep a log book.
Is an 'atmospheric river' headed for Metro Vancouver? Environment Canada weighs in

Is an 'atmospheric river' headed for Metro Vancouver? Environment Canada weighs in

Will one of these powerful systems pound the region with heavy rainfall?