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Surrey schools and city hall mourn mass grave of Indigenous children

Surrey schools and city hall mourn mass grave of Indigenous children

Surrey schools and city hall have lowered their flags to half-mast to pay respect to the 215 Indigenous children who were discovered buried in an unmarked, mass grave in Kamloops.
Surrey schools and city hall mourn mass grave of Indigenous children

Surrey schools and city hall mourn mass grave of Indigenous children

Surrey Schools stressed the need for more education on residential schools
June 1 boost to B.C.'s minimum wage raises it to highest in Canada: ministry

June 1 boost to B.C.'s minimum wage raises it to highest in Canada: ministry

VICTORIA — The minimum wage in British Columbia jumps to $15.20 an hour on June 1, making it the highest rate of any province in Canada.
Burial site investigation informed by band's archaeological policies, ceremonies: chief

Burial site investigation informed by band's archaeological policies, ceremonies: chief

Tk’emlups te Secwepemc said they are expecting to complete their preliminary findings by mid-June.
Memorial outside Kamloops church organized to start dialogue

Memorial outside Kamloops church organized to start dialogue

Donations of teddy bears and shoes were collected and will be taken to the Kamloopa powwow grounds.

B.C. teacher says students could be triggered by residential school discovery

KAMLOOPS, B.C.
Murder victim found near Hope identified as woman known to frequent downtown Vancouver

Murder victim found near Hope identified as woman known to frequent downtown Vancouver

She was 19

More than 200 bodies found at Indigenous school in Canada

KAMLOOPS, British Columbia (AP) — The remains of 215 children, some as young as 3 years old, have been found buried on the site of what was once Canada's largest Indigenous residential school — one of the institutions that held children taken from fa
Ruling ordering a 45% cut in emissions 'does not change the actions we are taking': Shell Canada

Ruling ordering a 45% cut in emissions 'does not change the actions we are taking': Shell Canada

A UBC prof says the Dutch ruling may end up being more symbolic than practical.
Lane closures coming for Lions Gate Bridge work

Lane closures coming for Lions Gate Bridge work

Counterflow infrastructure reaching the end of its life