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Conservation group pleased by old growth mapping

Conservation group pleased by old growth mapping

Now that mapping is done, a "biodiversity order" must be updated to better protect old growth, says group
B.C.'s Cedar LNG project gets federal green light

B.C.'s Cedar LNG project gets federal green light

Federal Environment minister approves Haisla First Nation's Cedar LNG project
Vancouver Folk Festival revival is music to the ears of B.C.'s dedicated fans

Vancouver Folk Festival revival is music to the ears of B.C.'s dedicated fans

VANCOUVER — The long-running Vancouver Folk Festival is back for another year, less than two months after funding issues threatened to permanently cancel the event.
$500K grant to support Indigenous students in Camosun's trades programs

$500K grant to support Indigenous students in Camosun's trades programs

The new funding will cover everything from student fees to books, supplies, housing, transportation, childcare, assistance with tools, protective equipment and cultural activities.
Topless Juno Awards stage crasher has a history of similar stunts in B.C.

Topless Juno Awards stage crasher has a history of similar stunts in B.C.

The protester, who goes by the nickname "Ever," gained attention twice last year for similar stunts in Vancouver and Victoria. 
Police search for motive, evidence after 17 B.C. horses shot dead

Police search for motive, evidence after 17 B.C. horses shot dead

The shootings happened west of Kamloops.
20-year-old B.C. man dies after stepping on a live wire in Peru

20-year-old B.C. man dies after stepping on a live wire in Peru

Camden Verlaan of Roberts Creek was on the 'journey of a lifetime' and volunteering in Peru when he died on March 8.
B.C. condo developer Coromandel Properties ends creditor protection claim

B.C. condo developer Coromandel Properties ends creditor protection claim

The Vancouver-based condo developer had petitioned the court under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Conviction overturned for Kelowna, B.C., man after court identifies trial errors

Conviction overturned for Kelowna, B.C., man after court identifies trial errors

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial for a Kelowna man convicted of second-degree murder for bludgeoning another man with a hammer.
B.C. lifts age limit on free tuition for those who were once in care

B.C. lifts age limit on free tuition for those who were once in care

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is opening to all ages its tuition waiver for those who were in foster care in the province.