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Growing flocks of Canada geese in Vernon, B.C., prompt city council to approve a cull

Growing flocks of Canada geese in Vernon, B.C., prompt city council to approve a cull

VERNON, B.C. — Non-native, resident Canada geese in British Columbia's north Okanagan have overstayed their welcome and Vernon council has voted in favour of a cull.
Is there a Biden business bump for B.C. investors?

Is there a Biden business bump for B.C. investors?

Renewable energy, cannabis and infrastructure sectors poised for growth now that U.S. government is controlled by Democrats
Cougar euthanized in B.C. after severely mauling a man north of Vancouver

Cougar euthanized in B.C. after severely mauling a man north of Vancouver

WHISTLER, B.C. — A cougar has attacked and severely mauled a man in British Columbia.
Ex-lottery VP says Eby 'disinterested' in corporation's anti-money laundering efforts

Ex-lottery VP says Eby 'disinterested' in corporation's anti-money laundering efforts

VANCOUVER — Attorney General David Eby appeared "disinterested" during an anti-money laundering briefing by top British Columbia Lottery Corp.
B.C. to stretch second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to day 42 amid production delay

B.C. to stretch second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to day 42 amid production delay

VICTORIA — British Columbia is extending the interval between the two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the province's top doctor said Monday. Dr.
B.C. to delay second COVID-19 vaccine doses by one week amid supply shortages

B.C. to delay second COVID-19 vaccine doses by one week amid supply shortages

Province also reveals 56 reports of adverse responses to vaccine
Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns after accusations of vaccine queue-jumping

Great Canadian Gaming CEO resigns after accusations of vaccine queue-jumping

B.C.'s COVID response in long-term care lacked coordination, centralized oversight: report

B.C.'s COVID response in long-term care lacked coordination, centralized oversight: report

Lack of centralized oversight a major hurdle for the province, according to the report
Richmond condo owner wins compensation over second-hand smoke

Richmond condo owner wins compensation over second-hand smoke

Pui-Ling Yee claimed the strata failed to investigate her complaints about second-hand smoke and aromatherapy scents entering her unit from a neighbour’s unit.
Premier marks anniversary of first case of COVID-19 in Canada: 'We must remain vigilant'

Premier marks anniversary of first case of COVID-19 in Canada: 'We must remain vigilant'

B.C. now has three cases of South African COVID-19 variant, six of U.K. strain