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Healing through horses

Healing through horses

“Any animal has the ability to touch our hearts, because they communicate through our heart space,” said Luraina Oddy owner and facilitator at Heart and Soul Medicine Horse
'Smart forests' help corporate net-zero ambitions take root

'Smart forests' help corporate net-zero ambitions take root

"The power of nature, the climate anxiety experienced by our youth and the demands from consumers and capital markets for businesses to be net-zero focused, opened my eyes to something more meaningful,” explains Gary Zed
Investigate Indigenous man's death in B.C. prison as hate crime, says advocate

Investigate Indigenous man's death in B.C. prison as hate crime, says advocate

Prisoner and Indigenous rights advocates allege that Kendal Campeau was abused by guards in a B.C. prison before his death.
B.C. man with 115 convictions sentenced for hotel BB gun incident

B.C. man with 115 convictions sentenced for hotel BB gun incident

Michael Landry has an extensive record, with 115 convictions in B.C. and Ontario.
North Shore mountain resorts expected to see up to 40 cm of snowfall this week

North Shore mountain resorts expected to see up to 40 cm of snowfall this week

With a big freeze forecast there’s no better time than this week to take to the slopes.
B.C. bus driver threats yield 63-day, time-served sentence

B.C. bus driver threats yield 63-day, time-served sentence

Rodney Francis Bruyere is banned from using Coast Mountain or TransLink buses.
Mounties lay first-degree murder charge in B.C. cold case

Mounties lay first-degree murder charge in B.C. cold case

Chilliwack man Kyle Cromarty died from gunshot wounds on Oct. 4, 2018; charged with his murder is Alberta resident Harry Christensen.
Funding announced for new medical school at SFU Surrey campus

Funding announced for new medical school at SFU Surrey campus

Interim dean hired for new school, which is expected to start admitting students in 2026
Safety alert: Canadian recall of mini-lights due to 'electric shock hazard'

Safety alert: Canadian recall of mini-lights due to 'electric shock hazard'

You should immediately stop using the recalled lights to avoid potential injury.
B.C. rolls out strategies to boost number of internationally trained doctors

B.C. rolls out strategies to boost number of internationally trained doctors

Premier David Eby dismissed any idea of a pay-as-you-go approach: “We can’t privatize our way to a better health care system.”
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