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Second Omicron wave has peaked: B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group

Second Omicron wave has peaked: B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group

“What we are seeing — which is great news — is signs that the BA.2 wave is declining."
Free sexual health Medicine Bundles offered to Two-Spirit, queer, trans Indigenous people

Free sexual health Medicine Bundles offered to Two-Spirit, queer, trans Indigenous people

Lane Bonertz, a Blackfoot member of the Piikani (Aapátohsipikáni) First Nation, hopes the project can be used as a model for providing sexual health care.
B.C. massage therapist gets 5-year ban for professional misconduct

B.C. massage therapist gets 5-year ban for professional misconduct

By agreeing to cancel his registration, Dennis Desrochers avoids a disciplinary hearing.
Photographer finds massive octopus dead on Vancouver Island shore

Photographer finds massive octopus dead on Vancouver Island shore

The Giant Pacific octopus is one of the largest species of octopus in the world, with an arm span up to nine meters long.
Nearly half of Canadians think gun laws aren't strict enough, says new poll

Nearly half of Canadians think gun laws aren't strict enough, says new poll

About 17 per cent of surveyed Canadians say firearm laws are too strict.
Whale mail? Canada Post reveals stamps to spotlight endangered species

Whale mail? Canada Post reveals stamps to spotlight endangered species

The five stamps are meant to bring attention to five endangered whale species across Canada, including the southern resident killer whale.
BC Ferries adding sailings for May long weekend, with the help of extra staff

BC Ferries adding sailings for May long weekend, with the help of extra staff

As vehicle deck space fills up quickly, BC Ferries asks passengers to share rides or travel as foot passengers.
West Vancouver man to face charges for feeding coyotes and bears

West Vancouver man to face charges for feeding coyotes and bears

Conservation officers say the man had been feeding wildlife for months in a public park area of West Vancouver.
B.C. team finishes near the top of America’s Toughest Race

B.C. team finishes near the top of America’s Toughest Race

Competitors need to have a diverse outdoors skill set, including whitewater paddling, climbing, rappelling, cycling, swimming, canoeing and orienteering.
Opinion: A guaranteed basic income could end poverty, so why isn’t it happening?

Opinion: A guaranteed basic income could end poverty, so why isn’t it happening?

Basic income should form part of a practical comprehensive plan for eliminating poverty in Canada.