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Snowbirds to return to the skies after cause of crash found

The cause of a Canadian Forces Snowbirds aircraft crash in August has been traced down to an improperly built oil filter. The incident involving one...

School support staff reach tentative framework agreement: B.C. Government

A tentative framework agreement covering around 40,000 unionized B.C. school support staff has been reached. It’s between the BC Public School Employers’ Association and the...

B.C. to observe national day of mourning

The provincial government is following the federal government’s lead and observing the national day of mourning on Sept. 19. K-12 public schools, public post-secondary institutions,...

Province introducing additional cost of living supports

The B.C. government is increasing the next climate action tax credit payment to people in B.C. It will provide up to an additional $164 per...

Tentative agreement reached between union and Health Employers Association

The Facilities Bargaining Association and the Health Employers Association of BC have reached a tentative agreement. The union represents 60,000 hospital and long-term care workers...

Sizeable decrease in area burned this year

The amount of area in the province burned by wildfires is down drastically from the year before. Approximately 42,997 hectares have been burned so far...

New funds to help with back-to-school affordability

The B.C. government is providing $60 million to school districts across the province to help pay for student meals and school supplies. School districts will...

Divers continue to work on oil spill after ship sinks further

The Aleutian Isle fishing boat has sunk deeper into the sea, presenting more challenges in cleaning up its oil leak. The near 15-metre boat sunk...

More than 1,000 B.C. deaths attributed to toxic drugs in 2022

At least 1,095 B.C. residents are believed to have died from drug poisoning in the first six months of 2022. This comes from preliminary data...

Over 1,500 animals up for adoption at BC SPCA

The BC SPCA says adoption rates have dropped for the first time since the pandemic began, leading to many more animals being up for...

Province increases maximum EV rebate to increase accessibility

Some B.C. residents could see a higher electric vehicle (EV) rebate as the province increases the amount. The B.C. Government announced Tuesday the maximum rebate...

Province introducing new support program for Indigenous children and families

Indigenous families with children aged three to 12 will be able to access free virtual, culturally grounded support. The program was developed with the guidance...
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