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B.C. provides $3.7M to Indigenous Tourism BC

B.C. provides $3.7M to Indigenous Tourism BC

Money will help provide grants to Indigenous tourism operators
Skagit Park 'donut hole’ to be closed

Skagit Park 'donut hole’ to be closed

Exclusion zone between Skagit, Manning parks to be closed to mining
Uncertainty a certainty in Canada’s inflation forecast

Uncertainty a certainty in Canada’s inflation forecast

Historical examples show mitigating factors, sources of concern for the country’s economy
Recycling facility out of commission, residents asked to reduce amounts they put out for pickup

Recycling facility out of commission, residents asked to reduce amounts they put out for pickup

CRD's curbside blue-box recycling pickup will continue
Paramedics union welcomes changes at the top of BC Emergency Health Services

Paramedics union welcomes changes at the top of BC Emergency Health Services

Leanne Heppell is the new executive vice-president and chief ambulance officer of BCEHS
Nature Trust of BC and Fairmont Hot Springs secure 143 acres to conserve as natural wetland

Nature Trust of BC and Fairmont Hot Springs secure 143 acres to conserve as natural wetland

The rare wetlands and grasslands provide a home to many at-risk and endangered species across the province

Drivers told not to stop for photos along flood-damaged B.C. highway

VANCOUVER — A key British Columbia highway has reopened to all traffic after being torn apart by disastrous flooding in November but it only took hours for the Transportation Ministry to issue a safety reminder.
Bars and other B.C. businesses affected by pandemic closures to receive more help

Bars and other B.C. businesses affected by pandemic closures to receive more help

VICTORIA — More financial help is on the way for British Columbia businesses forced to stay closed for at least another month as the province tries to contain the spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
Health authorities experiencing staffing challenges

Health authorities experiencing staffing challenges

Fraser Health has rescheduled 128 non-urgent, elective surgeries in the last four weeks
B.C. First Nations make deal with Western Forest Products to defer old-growth logging

B.C. First Nations make deal with Western Forest Products to defer old-growth logging

VICTORIA — Cedar, fir and hemlock trees as old as 800 years have temporary protection after an agreement was reached between four Vancouver Island First Nations and a forestry company.