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Millennials outnumber baby boomers in Canada as immigration slows population aging

Millennials outnumber baby boomers in Canada as immigration slows population aging

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says there are now more millennials than baby boomers in the country, ending the 65-year reign of the post-Second World War generation as the largest cohort in the population.
Rob Shaw: After throne speech, will B.C. voters accept NDP version of reality?

Rob Shaw: After throne speech, will B.C. voters accept NDP version of reality?

Crime down, health care swinging upwards, housing booming. B.C. throne speech paints a picture too rosy for some.
After daughter allegedly threatened with rape, father questions B.C. ski club's response

After daughter allegedly threatened with rape, father questions B.C. ski club's response

A North Shore father says he had to pull his daughter out of her ski club on Grouse Mountain after alleged verbal and physical threats made against the 13-year-old were not handled seriously.
I Watched This Game: Canucks lose to Avalanche but it's probably fine

I Watched This Game: Canucks lose to Avalanche but it's probably fine

For the first time all season, the Vancouver Canucks have lost three games in a row.
Trudeau boosts B.C.'s housing plan with $2 billion in federal financing

Trudeau boosts B.C.'s housing plan with $2 billion in federal financing

VANCOUVER — The federal government is doubling the financing available for a British Columbia housing plan, which the prime minister called "transformative.
Tasers were for self-protection, says B.C. drug dealer

Tasers were for self-protection, says B.C. drug dealer

Cameron John Kowbell has been found guilty of possession for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and unauthorized possession of a non-firearm.
B.C. teacher disciplined for hijab Halloween costume comments

B.C. teacher disciplined for hijab Halloween costume comments

Surrey substitute teacher asked hijab-wearing student if they had been trick-or-treating.
B.C. debtor forced to pay after BBQ cash-stuffing claim rejected

B.C. debtor forced to pay after BBQ cash-stuffing claim rejected

Debtor forced to pay after B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal finds no evidence Vancouver woman stuffed an envelope full of cash into a backyard barbecue.
B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

VICTORIA — The New Democrat government pledged more homes for middle-class people in British Columbia and eviction protection for renters in a throne speech that promised affordability measures in this week's budget, with a provincial election set fo
Foreign interference public inquiry commissioner withholds almost all applications for standing

Foreign interference public inquiry commissioner withholds almost all applications for standing

The inquiry examines the roles of Chinese, Russian and Indian government and non-government actors in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections.