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15 youth charged in destruction that followed 2022 Vancouver music festival

15 youth charged in destruction that followed 2022 Vancouver music festival

Angered attendees caused $300,000 in damage after Lil Baby cancelled last minute
Biogas plant in Chilliwack becomes largest of its kind in B.C.

Biogas plant in Chilliwack becomes largest of its kind in B.C.

Chilliwack farmers worked for years to build plant that spins waste into natural gas, fertilizer
Patient-led report calls for primary care reform in B.C.

Patient-led report calls for primary care reform in B.C.

Panel of 31 British Columbians recommends community health centres, expanded care coverage
B.C.’s Nijjar called rights activist by Sikhs, terrorist by India

B.C.’s Nijjar called rights activist by Sikhs, terrorist by India

More about the slain B.C. Sikh at the centre of international firestorm
Man drowns in Vancouver Island waters while trying to swim to boat

Man drowns in Vancouver Island waters while trying to swim to boat

Police say man was attempting to get to his boat when the incident occurred
Climate change cost B.C. tourism ‘$100s of millions, never to be recovered’

Climate change cost B.C. tourism ‘$100s of millions, never to be recovered’

Provincial, regional tourism leaders are calling for quick, immediate relief after wildfire season
Teen victim had blunt-force injuries, court told in Ali B.C. murder trial

Teen victim had blunt-force injuries, court told in Ali B.C. murder trial

Crown says DNA results will prove that Ibrahim Ali sexually assaulted girl in 2017 death
B.C. natural gas users to pay less this fall, Fortis announces

B.C. natural gas users to pay less this fall, Fortis announces

Switch will amount to about $7 a month in savings for residential customers
Price of gas drives Canadian inflation up to 4% in August

Price of gas drives Canadian inflation up to 4% in August

Economists widely expected this uptick, anticipate slower progress in the next few months
Director of Corporate Services says goodbye to ‘fantastic community’

Director of Corporate Services says goodbye to ‘fantastic community’

Ross Blackwell worked for the District of Port Hardy for the last two years and nine months