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Opinion: How helping others during major life transitions could be a path to greater well-being

Opinion: How helping others during major life transitions could be a path to greater well-being

During times of stress and change, people are often advised to practice self-care by looking after themselves, yet what about the benefits of showing kindness to others?
Opinion: Fiona was one of Canada's worst natural disasters, but evacuations prevented greater losses in Atlantic Canada

Opinion: Fiona was one of Canada's worst natural disasters, but evacuations prevented greater losses in Atlantic Canada

Evacuations can save lives, as in the case of post-tropical cyclone Fiona. As more frequent extreme weather events are set to occur, it is important to have evacuation plans in place.
B.C. doctors file request to investigate Canadian Gas Association over 'greenwashing'

B.C. doctors file request to investigate Canadian Gas Association over 'greenwashing'

In an application to Canada's Competition Bureau, several health workers allege the Canadian Gas Association ran a false and misleading advertising campaign promoting LNG as a clean fuel source.
Investing in B.C.'s boutique wineries just got easier

Investing in B.C.'s boutique wineries just got easier

Crowdfunding has opened the door for the public to buy small stakes in local wine operations.
These B.C. cities want to tax your cellphone company

These B.C. cities want to tax your cellphone company

Your cell provider may be taxed 1% on the revenue it generates from your bill, should cities succeed in a court claim.
'Shut up, Your Honour,' sex assault accused tells B.C. judge

'Shut up, Your Honour,' sex assault accused tells B.C. judge

Darren Ross Noddle faces four charges of sexual assault, one of unlawful confinement and one of breaking and entering.
B.C. government denies websites were hacked, blames firmware update

B.C. government denies websites were hacked, blames firmware update

Several B.C. government websites were out of service for several hours Sunday, and a firmware update is being blamed.
Most British Columbians will be at work on Sept. 30, but that may change next year

Most British Columbians will be at work on Sept. 30, but that may change next year

Government employees and students will be getting the day off on Friday, Sept. 30, for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Robot use rises in B.C. restaurant sector

Robot use rises in B.C. restaurant sector

Pizza Hut's pilot project using robots to deliver food has started in Vancouver's West End
Woman who served in Canadian Army in Second World War passes away at 99

Woman who served in Canadian Army in Second World War passes away at 99

Annie (Mary) Hokonson was a familiar face at the Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph in New Westminster