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Watch: Cat chases off black bear in North Vancouver

Watch: Cat chases off black bear in North Vancouver

The hairy encounter has gone viral on TikTok.
Everything you need to know about Canada's new online passport feature

Everything you need to know about Canada's new online passport feature

The government comments on why it takes so long, too.
29 million trees planted in 2021 under Canada's '2 billion trees' target

29 million trees planted in 2021 under Canada's '2 billion trees' target

Vancouver Island First Nations were among the first to plant trees under the federal plan to plant two billion trees by 2030. They are still waiting for longer-term commitments.
Here are COVID-19 travel requirements to know before you go

Here are COVID-19 travel requirements to know before you go

Booking a vacation? Along with the price and quality of airfare, hotels and attractions, something to consider is the amount of preparation needed in advance.
One-third of Metro Vancouver businesses say they’re worse off now than in 2019

One-third of Metro Vancouver businesses say they’re worse off now than in 2019

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade survey reveals half of local businesses expect rising costs to be a challenge in months ahead.
B.C. inflation overtakes national average, hitting 8.1% in May

B.C. inflation overtakes national average, hitting 8.1% in May

National inflation reaches highest rate since 1983
B.C. has less than one available worker for each vacant job: StatsCan

B.C. has less than one available worker for each vacant job: StatsCan

Number of B.C. job vacancies has increased by nearly 50,000 in one year
Incentives deal falls short, family-medicine residents say

Incentives deal falls short, family-medicine residents say

They say more attention needs to be paid to overhead costs, physician burnout and long-term strategy
Opinion: Canada's first video game union shows that labour organizing is on the rise

Opinion: Canada's first video game union shows that labour organizing is on the rise

In an important step for an industry that has been accused of exploitative working conditions for decades, video game workers in Edmonton recently voted to unionize for the first time in Canada.
First Nations' ancient fish bones may help us adapt to climate change

First Nations' ancient fish bones may help us adapt to climate change

“By drawing on the past to better our knowledge of what human fisheries were, [we can make] it relevant to modern-day climate change research,” UVic anthropology professor and co-author Iain McKechnie.