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Orphan orca's extended family spotted off northeast side of Vancouver Island

Orphan orca's extended family spotted off northeast side of Vancouver Island

ALERT BAY, B.C. — A killer whale pod related to an orphan orca calf that escaped a remote British Columbia tidal lagoon last month have been spotted off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island.
New Coquitlam café transforms old garage into lush destination

New Coquitlam café transforms old garage into lush destination

La Foret Austin is located in the old Paul's Auto Body Shop at 1135 Austin Ave. in Coquitlam
Human-caused wildfire near Harrison Lake at 8.2 hectares

Human-caused wildfire near Harrison Lake at 8.2 hectares

BC Wildfire Service crew is conducting perimeter checks at the fire.
Freeland says capital gains proposal will be tabled before summer break

Freeland says capital gains proposal will be tabled before summer break

OTTAWA — The Liberal government will bring its proposal to increase the inclusion rate on capital gains to the House of Commons before the parliamentary summer break, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday.
Baldrey: Acrimony, tears and 'wild' fantasies in B.C.'s Legislature

Baldrey: Acrimony, tears and 'wild' fantasies in B.C.'s Legislature

Columnist Keith Baldrey analyzes the final legislative session, and the events that transpired, before the 2024 provincial election.
From rage applying to quiet firing, the trends to watch as an employer’s job market returns

From rage applying to quiet firing, the trends to watch as an employer’s job market returns

A fiercely competitive job market, pervasive influence of artificial intelligence-driven recruitment process, rage applying and the disquieting phenomenon of quiet firing are a few workplace trends frustrating Canadian workers in 2024
British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

The survey reveals 90% of British Columbians support expanding the role of pharmacists to ease pressures on the province's healthcare system.
No serious injuries after crash sends car into ocean in West Vancouver

No serious injuries after crash sends car into ocean in West Vancouver

West Vancouver police are asking witnesses to come forward
Port Moody looking at registering lobbyists

Port Moody looking at registering lobbyists

Port Moody council tasked staff to report back on the logistics and requirements for a lobbyist registry after a councillors raised concerns about a tour with a developer.
B.C. teacher banned 15 years after student-kissing incident

B.C. teacher banned 15 years after student-kissing incident

A photograph of the teacher kissing the student on the lips circulated on social media.