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Coquitlam mom's struggle to pay expenses not enough to save her from eviction

Coquitlam mom's struggle to pay expenses not enough to save her from eviction

You can be evicted after just three late rent payments, the B.C. Rental Tenancy Branch explained in a recent decision.
What's in Canada's new climate adaptation strategy?

What's in Canada's new climate adaptation strategy?

Canada has released its plan to adapt to a changing planet. Experts say it's up to all levels of government and ordinary Canadians to see it through.
Federal health minister says 1M units of imported kids' pain meds now hitting shelves

Federal health minister says 1M units of imported kids' pain meds now hitting shelves

"In some places, the shelves already show those units received. In other places it might take an additional day or so," said the federal health minister.
A history of online shopping

A history of online shopping

Online shopping is the norm now but it wasn't always as convenient or fast back in the day.
Premier's funding plan for RCMP welcomed by experts

Premier's funding plan for RCMP welcomed by experts

Provincial money will help fill long-standing vacancies in communities with fewer then 5,000 residents
Opinion: High food prices could have negative long-term health effects on Canadians

Opinion: High food prices could have negative long-term health effects on Canadians

Inflation is driving up food prices and could have a severe impact on the health of Canadians. When the cost of food increases, it restricts the availability of nutritious foods for low-income people.
Survey says: Canadians love their Parmigiano-Reggiano

Survey says: Canadians love their Parmigiano-Reggiano

The cheese is lactose-free and lower in sodium, says a spokesperson for the Parmigiano-Reggiano Consortium.
Is B.C.’s $6 billion commitment to Coastal GasLink and LNG Canada still economically viable?

Is B.C.’s $6 billion commitment to Coastal GasLink and LNG Canada still economically viable?

B.C. estimates it will earn $23 billion over 40 years once LNG Canada gets going, but net-zero pledges raise questions about whether global demand for gas will hold up over the project’s lifespan
B.C. campaign sparks public awareness about disability rights

B.C. campaign sparks public awareness about disability rights

In B.C., 20.5 per cent of British Columbians between 15 and 64 live with a disability. That statistic doubles for people older than 65. 
B.C. pet adoption service ordered to pay chihuahua's medical bills

B.C. pet adoption service ordered to pay chihuahua's medical bills

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal said pets provide a psychological benefit and awarded the owner $500 for mental distress.
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