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Canadian professionals are more burnt out than last year, report finds

Canadian professionals are more burnt out than last year, report finds

Schedule flexibility has created a sense that people need to be available at all times, making it harder to disconnect from work.
Canadians living near wildfires have greater risk of lung cancer, brain tumours

Canadians living near wildfires have greater risk of lung cancer, brain tumours

Wildfires can have harmful impacts on air quality but they can also pollute aquatic, soil, and indoor environments.
B.C. student headed to Ottawa to work in the House of Commons

B.C. student headed to Ottawa to work in the House of Commons

A Kamloops student will be bringing his passion for politics to Parliament Hill this fall, having been selected as one of 40 youths to take on a one-year term working as a House of Commons page.
The symptoms of COVID-19 appear to be changing. Here's what to look for

The symptoms of COVID-19 appear to be changing. Here's what to look for

More people are reporting different symptoms of the virus.
North Vancouver riding to lose parts of Lynn Valley in federal election map changes

North Vancouver riding to lose parts of Lynn Valley in federal election map changes

Some of North Van's Lynn Valley would be added to Burnaby - North Seymour riding in proposed changes, while West Vancouver Sunshine Coast Sea-to-Sky riding would lose an area near Park Royal, including polls on Squamish Nation land.
B.C. diabetes clinical trials aim to free people from insulin

B.C. diabetes clinical trials aim to free people from insulin

100 years after two Canadians discovered insulin as a diabetes management tool, B.C. researchers believe they've found a treatment to get diabetics off insulin.
B.C. Premier John Horgan broke the law with 2020’s snap election: lawyer

B.C. Premier John Horgan broke the law with 2020’s snap election: lawyer

Lawsuit seeks ruling that premier, lieutenant governor defied fixed election date clause
Why it may take 'several years' for the B.C. Securities Commission to collect more fines

Why it may take 'several years' for the B.C. Securities Commission to collect more fines

New collection powers granted to the B.C. Securities Commission will take time to reflect in annual revenue streams, says director of enforcement Doug Muir.
Environment Canada comments on Metro Vancouver summer forecast

Environment Canada comments on Metro Vancouver summer forecast

Are you looking forward to the summer season? ☀️
'Disheartening': DFO looking into vessel that got way too close to grey whale

'Disheartening': DFO looking into vessel that got way too close to grey whale

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is investigating a crew aboard a Zodiac vessel that was seen photographing a grey whale less than a metre from the animal.