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Metro Vancouver testing artificial reefs to protect shorelines from climate change

Metro Vancouver testing artificial reefs to protect shorelines from climate change

Only ever used on a piece of public art in B.C., Metro Vancouver will trial biorock technology as a way to create new habitat for sea creatures, regrow coastal infrastructure and protect shorelines threatened by climate change.
B.C. seniors are falling victim to these four scams

B.C. seniors are falling victim to these four scams

A 'grandparent scam' aims to scare a grandparent into thinking their grandchild is in trouble.
Climate change is expanding the range of these tick pathogens — is B.C. next?

Climate change is expanding the range of these tick pathogens — is B.C. next?

As reported cases of Lyme disease surge across Canada, B.C. experts are tracking how climate change could make things worse, and hope the public — empowered with a new 'Instagram for ticks' — will help.
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall amid period of 'relative ease'

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall amid period of 'relative ease'

Health experts still warn of possible summer and fall COVID-19 waves.
Bowen housing committee says at least 30 rental units needed immediately

Bowen housing committee says at least 30 rental units needed immediately

Bowen in need of dozens of new available homes this year
Minor injuries following afternoon Bowen car crash

Minor injuries following afternoon Bowen car crash

Three vehicles were involved in the Dorman Road accident
BC Ferries adding sailings for May long weekend, with the help of extra staff

BC Ferries adding sailings for May long weekend, with the help of extra staff

As vehicle deck space fills up quickly, BC Ferries asks passengers to share rides or travel as foot passengers.
Metro Vancouver gas prices predicted to be the highest in Canada this weekend

Metro Vancouver gas prices predicted to be the highest in Canada this weekend

Expect more pump sticker shock.
Cute animals in distress could help you recycle better, finds B.C. study

Cute animals in distress could help you recycle better, finds B.C. study

Could images of the consequences of pollution help people recycle better at a time waste is growing in Metro Vancouver? A new workplace study offers a cheap solution.
Muni Morsels: May 9, 2022

Muni Morsels: May 9, 2022

Financial plan, compost facility and sewage issues on the menu