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B.C. upping fines for people who harm wildlife to maximum of $1,495

B.C. upping fines for people who harm wildlife to maximum of $1,495

Province says it hopes change deters more people from violating Wildlife Act
Major Crimes investigates suspicious death near Princeton

Major Crimes investigates suspicious death near Princeton

Police believe foul play is involved, but are giving up few details
Family sues B.C. after daughter denied MAiD access at Catholic-run hospital

Family sues B.C. after daughter denied MAiD access at Catholic-run hospital

Lawsuit seeks to remove section of B.C.'s MAiD policy that allows faith-based facilities to opt out
'Impossibly unaffordable': Vancouver 3rd-worst city for housing

'Impossibly unaffordable': Vancouver 3rd-worst city for housing

Report ranks Metro Vancouver as 3rd-most unaffordable housing market for middle-income earners.
Fires in Coldstream provincial park labelled 'suspicious'

Fires in Coldstream provincial park labelled 'suspicious'

Two small brush fires in Kal Lake Provincial Park Wednesday, June 12, are believed to be human-caused
Cool air over southern B.C. brings record-breaking low temperatures

Cool air over southern B.C. brings record-breaking low temperatures

Trail and Bella Bella among the B.C. communities experiencing unusual cold
Mattress fire displaces 51 at B.C. supportive housing building

Mattress fire displaces 51 at B.C. supportive housing building

Fire in mattress caused by resident smoking
Feds to stop open-net salmon farms; Allow five years to transition: report

Feds to stop open-net salmon farms; Allow five years to transition: report

Reports that the federal government will stop open-net salmon farming and give the industry five years to transition are not sitting well with the B.C. Salmon Fams Association
B.C. government to convert ICBC headquarters into housing

B.C. government to convert ICBC headquarters into housing

B.C. government announces purchase, re-development of ICBC headquarters in North Vancouver
Alberta bans cellphones in school classrooms this fall

Alberta bans cellphones in school classrooms this fall

Personal devices must be turned off and stored out of sight during class time