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Soaring feed costs impacting bottom lines for farmers, those with livestock

Soaring feed costs impacting bottom lines for farmers, those with livestock

“The cost of animal feed right now is is skyrocketing,” says Glenn Grant, executive director and general manager of the B.C. Wildlife Par
Two new dragonfly family fossils dating back 50 million years discovered near Princeton

Two new dragonfly family fossils dating back 50 million years discovered near Princeton

A milestone has been achieved for mapping the history of insects in the world, specifically in Princeton, as two new fossils of the dragonfly order of insects have been discovered that are around 50 million years old.
Canada’s cruise sector aims for smoother sailing season

Canada’s cruise sector aims for smoother sailing season

Lessons learned from painful 2020 have raised health, safety bar for passengers in 2022
Made-in-B.C. tech headed for International Space Station next year

Made-in-B.C. tech headed for International Space Station next year

Metaspectral’s computer vision software can be used to quickly identify everything from forest fires to oil spills
Prince George local and UNBC grad lands internship at the B.C. legislature

Prince George local and UNBC grad lands internship at the B.C. legislature

Sarah Ash will be heading to Victoria to take part in the B.C. legislative internship program
Cross-examination in Jake Virtanen sexual assault trial continues

Cross-examination in Jake Virtanen sexual assault trial continues

Former Vancouver Canuck Jake Virtanen, 25, was charged with sexual assault in January 2022 following a police investigation while he was still playing in the NHL. He pleaded not guilty.
West Vancouver Blue Bus drivers issue strike notice

West Vancouver Blue Bus drivers issue strike notice

Plan ahead. Service disruptions are likely with overtime ban coming.
B.C. expands speculation and vacancy tax into more suburban communities

B.C. expands speculation and vacancy tax into more suburban communities

Squamish and Vancouver Island communities are part of the expansion.
Hot, dry weather approaches and B.C. residents urged to prepare: ministry

Hot, dry weather approaches and B.C. residents urged to prepare: ministry

VANCOUVER — The Public Safety Ministry says another hot spell is moving into British Columbia and it advises residents to have a heat plan ready as temperatures climb this weekend.
Photos: Mounties take down secret Coquitlam drug production lab

Photos: Mounties take down secret Coquitlam drug production lab

One man was arrested, but later released pending an ongoing investigation into the potential drugs involved, and add there's no risk to public safety.