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New spill facilities good news

New environmental response team and equipment good news for North Island.

Supreme Court rules in favour of teachers

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of the BC Teachers Federation regarding the stripping of contract language in 2002.
Louis Riel Day marks Métis status in B.C.

Louis Riel Day marks Métis status in B.C.

Supreme Court of Canada has declared Métis people to have he same constitutional rights as 'status Indians'
Ex-New Brunswick MLA named new B.C. children's advocate

Ex-New Brunswick MLA named new B.C. children's advocate

Bernard Richard set to take over from Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond as independent watchdog of B.C. children and families ministry
New fentanyl website supports first responder safety

New fentanyl website supports first responder safety

The Justice Institute of B.C. launches a website to support the safety of first responders who frequently come into contact with fentanyl.
Island Health targets two Victoria locations for Canada's second and third safe consumption sites

Island Health targets two Victoria locations for Canada's second and third safe consumption sites

Officials pick areas with the highest concentration of overdoses to create safe space for addicts to consume in controlled surroundings
UPDATED: BCTF downplays anti-military lessons

UPDATED: BCTF downplays anti-military lessons

Teacher union poster and newsletter irks veteran, who says a pro-D day should be devoted to distinguishing 'teaching from preaching'
Queen Elizabeth invites Premier Christy Clark to forest ceremony

Queen Elizabeth invites Premier Christy Clark to forest ceremony

Great Bear Rainforest to be recognized at Buckingham Palace ceremony for Queen's Commonwealth Canopy Initiative (with VIDEO)
VIDEO: B.C. police take in almost 1,200 guns in October

VIDEO: B.C. police take in almost 1,200 guns in October

Gun amnesty allowed residents to safely get rid of unwanted firearms.
U.S. users flooded Canadian immigration site before crash

U.S. users flooded Canadian immigration site before crash

The spike in American web traffic happened as presidential election poll results were coming in.