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In a B.C. first, UVic mini-satellite launched into space after four years of work

In a B.C. first, UVic mini-satellite launched into space after four years of work

The excitement has been years in the making thanks to about 140 people who have been part of a team at the University of Victoria Centre for Aerospace Research.
Agent for Canada’s 1986 World Cup players recalls locking horns with Canadian Soccer Association brass

Agent for Canada’s 1986 World Cup players recalls locking horns with Canadian Soccer Association brass

When Canada finally returned to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a narrow 1-0 loss to number two-ranked Belgium, it didn’t look like a team that lost an opportunity to play a key warm-up match.
B.C. retracts plan to scrap individualized autism funding

B.C. retracts plan to scrap individualized autism funding

VICTORIA — A government plan to phase out individualized funding for children diagnosed with autism in British Columbia was dropped Friday by Premier David Eby, who said families don't need the stress of worrying about losing supports for their kids.
Watch: Seaspan Shipyards celebrates keel laying of Coast Guard science ship

Watch: Seaspan Shipyards celebrates keel laying of Coast Guard science ship

Vancouver Shipyards in North Vancouver celebrated a milestone Friday on construction of an oceanographic vessel under Ottawa's national shipbuilding strategy
Snowfall warnings, storm watches issued for southern B.C.

Snowfall warnings, storm watches issued for southern B.C.

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada has issued a dozen snowfall warnings or winter storm watches for communities across southern British Columbia. A Pacific frontal system is expected to sweep through the B.C.
20 cm of snow expected to fall on Coquihalla, Connector Saturday

20 cm of snow expected to fall on Coquihalla, Connector Saturday

Expect strong winds as well.
As Olympic officials urge B.C. to reconsider bid, MLAs raise questions about new tax tool

As Olympic officials urge B.C. to reconsider bid, MLAs raise questions about new tax tool

Leaders from the COC and CPC sent an open letter to elected officials on Nov. 21, one month after financial concerns prompted the province to kill a potential bid for the 2030 Games.
Crews find wreckage of fatal B.C. plane crash, TSB team deployed to the site

Crews find wreckage of fatal B.C. plane crash, TSB team deployed to the site

PORT HARDY, B.C. — The wreckage of a Cessna float plane has been found in Strachan Bay on British Columbia's central coast two days after it crashed, killing all three aboard. Cpl.
Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

"I would like to have media there for everybody to know,” said Odelia Quewezance. “Me and my sister were wrongfully convicted, spent 30 years of our lives in prison. Even animals don’t get locked up like that.”
Judge dismisses anti-vaxxers' court action

Judge dismisses anti-vaxxers' court action

Concerns of nine former City of Quesnel employees who lost their jobs "fall squarely within the exclusive jurisdiction of an arbitration board."
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