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Overload expected on Bowen Thursday morning ferry

Overload expected on Bowen Thursday morning ferry

It might be a struggle boarding the 7:30 am boat this June 9
New rules proposed for Bowen secondary suites

New rules proposed for Bowen secondary suites

Minimum lot size and short term rentals would be gone under a revised bylaw
B.C. should legalize nearly all electric-assist vehicles, recommends study

B.C. should legalize nearly all electric-assist vehicles, recommends study

A Metro Vancouver-wide study found almost all electric-assist vehicles move slower than people think and can actually make cycling and mixed-use paths safer. The exception: sit-down e-scooters.
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall to seven-week low

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall to seven-week low

44 more people died while infected with COVID-19 in the week up to May 28
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall to six-week low

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall to six-week low

Seven-day COVID-19 death count is lowest since week ended April 23
Woodfibre LNG presents to Bowen council; demonstration prior

Woodfibre LNG presents to Bowen council; demonstration prior

Major construction will begin on the company's Squamish LNG facility in 2023, with an expected completion date of 2027
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.