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B.C. United promises daycare cash for eligible families

B.C. United promises daycare cash for eligible families

Kevin Falcon rolls out his party's plan for affordable childcare
B.C. housing starts, sales should increase after interest rate cut: experts

B.C. housing starts, sales should increase after interest rate cut: experts

Bank of Canada lowers interest rate by 0.25 per cent to 4.75 per cent
B.C. Conservatives control right, need urban votes for that to matter: analysts

B.C. Conservatives control right, need urban votes for that to matter: analysts

Party in ‘pole position’ to take on NDP, but will their message resonate in vote-rich urban areas
About 1 in 3 B.C. homes have air-conditioning, the lowest rate in Canada

About 1 in 3 B.C. homes have air-conditioning, the lowest rate in Canada

Air conditioning access even lower among racialized and low-income British Columbians
BREAKING: MLA Lorne Doerkson departs B.C. United, joins B.C. Conservatives

BREAKING: MLA Lorne Doerkson departs B.C. United, joins B.C. Conservatives

Doerkson’s departure gives Conservative Party of B.C. three MLAs, all elected as B.C. Liberals
B.C. to face hotter, drier conditions for much of June: Meteorologist

B.C. to face hotter, drier conditions for much of June: Meteorologist

Armel Castellan of Environment Canada says weather will turn hot and dry after first week of June
Minorities face ‘pattern of underrepresentation’ in B.C.’s public service

Minorities face ‘pattern of underrepresentation’ in B.C.’s public service

First-of-its-kind report points toward “potential systemic barriers” for Indigenous, racialized groups
B.C. United, Conservatives trade barbs in wake of resignkevin.ca

B.C. United, Conservatives trade barbs in wake of resignkevin.ca

Conservatives claim no knowledge who launched website urging Falcon to resign, United begs to differ
B.C.’s minimum wage set to jump, still lags behind living wage: report

B.C.’s minimum wage set to jump, still lags behind living wage: report

B.C.’s minimum wage will rise to $17.50 per hour June 1, but report wants $20 minimum wage
NDP hails expansion of South Okanagan, Similkameen Primary Care Network

NDP hails expansion of South Okanagan, Similkameen Primary Care Network

Premier David Eby Wednesday announced expansion Wednesday with Health Minister Dix, MLA Russell