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Challenges of climate change focus of B.C. government's budget, says finance minister

Challenges of climate change focus of B.C. government's budget, says finance minister

VICTORIA — B.C. Finance Minister Selina Robinson says making sure communities have the resources they need to deal with the effects of climate change will be a focal point of her budget on Tuesday.
RCMP investigate homicide after man's body found in Keremeos, B.C.

RCMP investigate homicide after man's body found in Keremeos, B.C.

KEREMEOS, B.C. — Police say homicide investigators have been called after a man was found dead Sunday night in Keremeos, B.C.
Stunning video captures life in nearby ocean (VIDEO)

Stunning video captures life in nearby ocean (VIDEO)

Ever wonder what creatures live in the Pacific Northwest waters?
Bargaining to resume over contract for Sea-to-Sky transit workers: union

Bargaining to resume over contract for Sea-to-Sky transit workers: union

WHISTLER, B.C. — The union representing transit workers in several communities along British Columbia's Sea-to-Sky corridor says contract negotiations are set to resume, more than three weeks after a strike began.
Man converts his Rolls-Royce into an EV and his passion into a Richmond business

Man converts his Rolls-Royce into an EV and his passion into a Richmond business

Richmond business owner is proud that his newly converted electric Rolls-Royce could run for 500 kilometer on a full charge.
B.C. prepares to remove some housing approval powers from local governments: minister

B.C. prepares to remove some housing approval powers from local governments: minister

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is considering taking away some of the permit powers municipal governments have to approve housing construction in an effort to get more homes built in the province, the housing minister says.
Two women found shot dead in west end Vancouver

Two women found shot dead in west end Vancouver

Vancouver Police say they are investigating the shooting deaths of two women whose bodies were found Sunday morning in a vehicle on the west side of the city. They say in a news release that the bodies were discovered just after 8 a.m.
B.C. cabinet ministers criticize behaviour of some in 'freedom convoys'

B.C. cabinet ministers criticize behaviour of some in 'freedom convoys'

It is “completely unacceptable” for people to yell “freedom” but then impede the freedom of others, B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix said Sunday.
B.C. government adding 602 nursing seats in a move to address skills gap

B.C. government adding 602 nursing seats in a move to address skills gap

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is adding 602 new nursing seats to public post-secondary institutions in a move the B.C. Nurses' Union calls a "promising step" toward addressing a staffing crisis in health-care.
602 new nursing seats being added at colleges and universities across B.C.

602 new nursing seats being added at colleges and universities across B.C.

The extra student openings will be phased in over two to three years at 17 post-secondary institutions across the province