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CleanBC program that aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions wins award at COP26

CleanBC program that aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions wins award at COP26

VICTORIA — British Columbia's CleanBC program, which encourages a reduction in emissions across industry as a whole, has won an award at the United Nations COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
'Thirty-, 40- and 50-year-olds shouldn't be dying at this level': A day in a B.C. ICU

'Thirty-, 40- and 50-year-olds shouldn't be dying at this level': A day in a B.C. ICU

“We deal with death every day in the ICU but not at this level.”
Old-growth deferrals will impact operations in Fairy Creek area: Teal Jones

Old-growth deferrals will impact operations in Fairy Creek area: Teal Jones

The province’s plan is expected to ripple through the forestry sector and have “a devastating impact,” industry group says
British Columbia reports 549 new cases of COVID-19, one death

British Columbia reports 549 new cases of COVID-19, one death

VICTORIA — British Columbia's active COVID-19 cases are down to 4,483 people, while the province added another 549 new infections on Friday.
Edward Rogers wins control of Rogers Communications Inc., effective immediately

Edward Rogers wins control of Rogers Communications Inc., effective immediately

Edward Rogers is within his rights to make any changes to the board.
B.C. tenant said he installed buzzer to minimize noise from loud 'sex parties'

B.C. tenant said he installed buzzer to minimize noise from loud 'sex parties'

Other tenants in the building 'observed a constant flow of people coming in and out of that apartment...yelling at all hours of the night.'
B.C. woman who killed Victoria teen Reena Virk back on parole after suspension

B.C. woman who killed Victoria teen Reena Virk back on parole after suspension

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The woman who beat and drowned Victoria teenager Reena Virk is back on day parole again after struggling to conform within the correctional system.
Now includes video: Bear licks Quesnel woman

Now includes video: Bear licks Quesnel woman

Melanie Porter talks about her very close encounter with a bear Thursday night.
B.C. to introduce 'cooling off' period legislation for real estate

B.C. to introduce 'cooling off' period legislation for real estate

VICTORIA — British Columbia's government says it will introduce legislation in the spring aimed at giving homebuyers a chance to change their mind on the purchase of a home.
Risk of COVID hospitalization 50 times higher among unvaccinated

Risk of COVID hospitalization 50 times higher among unvaccinated

The province is in a 'fragile balance,' says Dr. Bonnie Henry