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B.C. had highest walk-in clinic wait times in Canada in 2023: Report

B.C. had highest walk-in clinic wait times in Canada in 2023: Report

North Vancouver had the longest average wait times in the province at 187 minutes
Missing B.C. man wanders out of the woods 4 days after crash on remote road

Missing B.C. man wanders out of the woods 4 days after crash on remote road

Concussed and in shock, Owen Weld spent first few days in and out of consciousness in his car
Crew member with serious injuries after train collision east of Revelstoke

Crew member with serious injuries after train collision east of Revelstoke

The Transportation Board of Canada is investigating the incident
Millennials surge past boomers in Canada’s population rolls for first time

Millennials surge past boomers in Canada’s population rolls for first time

Boomers have held a 65-year reign as the nation’s biggest cohort that ended last year
‘Students are worth it’: B.C. teachers stand by SOGI amid threats

‘Students are worth it’: B.C. teachers stand by SOGI amid threats

B.C. 2SLGBTQIA+ teachers speak out amidst threats
B.C.’s new supportive housing rules cite safety but reduce tenant freedom

B.C.’s new supportive housing rules cite safety but reduce tenant freedom

Tenants will no longer be able to dispute wellness checks or guest bans under Residential Tenancy Act
Vancouver driver fined $1,500 for speeding in bus lane

Vancouver driver fined $1,500 for speeding in bus lane

Traffic shortcut cost resident a charge under the Motor Vehicle Act and 3 points on their licence
Housing, health care and heeding rising costs: B.C. delivers Throne Speech

Housing, health care and heeding rising costs: B.C. delivers Throne Speech

Lt-Gov. Janet Austin delivers Throne Speech ahead of 2024-25 budget release
Crew member with serious injuries after train collision east of Revelstoke

Crew member with serious injuries after train collision east of Revelstoke

The Transportation Board of Canada is investigating the incident
FortisBC spending nearly $700M to help customers reduce energy use

FortisBC spending nearly $700M to help customers reduce energy use

Nearly $70M being spent on energy-saving programs for electricity customers in Southern Interior
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