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Loblaw boycott organizers say they plan to keep movement going past May

Loblaw boycott organizers say they plan to keep movement going past May

The organizers of a month-long boycott of Loblaw-owned stores say they've decided to extend the boycott past May.
Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

OTTAWA — Canada’s annual inflation rate fell to 2.7 per cent in April amid a broad-based slowdown in price growth, boosting expectations of an interest rate cut next month. Statistics Canada said the slowdown from 2.
New Port Moody soccer pitch officially opens; fieldhouse still to come

New Port Moody soccer pitch officially opens; fieldhouse still to come

Design and construction of the new FIFA-regulation pitch on Murray Street cost $8 million.
Rogers launches AI-powered cameras to detect wildfires in B.C.

Rogers launches AI-powered cameras to detect wildfires in B.C.

For the past three years, UBC has also been working with Rogers on a project that uses sensors in forests to feed data on moisture levels into an AI system designed to predict fire risk
Meta's news ban in Canada: screenshots win, local news loses, study shows

Meta's news ban in Canada: screenshots win, local news loses, study shows

Meta removed news on its Facebook and Instagram platforms last August for Canadian users in response to the Liberal government's Online News Act. 
B.C. society celebrates 85 years of helping incarcerated women

B.C. society celebrates 85 years of helping incarcerated women

Elizabeth Fry's work began in 1813 when she began visiting female inmates at London, England's Newgate Prison. She was appalled by what she saw.
Rob Shaw: BC United knows not who holds leverage in potential Conservative alliance

Rob Shaw: BC United knows not who holds leverage in potential Conservative alliance

The strategy of condescension towards BC Conservatives is backfiring for BC United
He wanted to write about parenthood. Port Moody won his heart

He wanted to write about parenthood. Port Moody won his heart

On Friday, May 24, Rob Taylor will read and talk about his new collection, "Weather," at the Old Mill Boathouse in Port Moody.
B.C.'s 2024 election is now a decidedly competitive race, poll reveals

B.C.'s 2024 election is now a decidedly competitive race, poll reveals

B.C.'s political dynamic transforms with rising support for Conservatives
B.C. nurse reprimanded for 'verbal exchanges,' confidentiality breach

B.C. nurse reprimanded for 'verbal exchanges,' confidentiality breach

B.C.'s College of Nurses and Midwives found the nurse breached investigation confidentiality by intimidating a witness.