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RCMP release footage of attack at Coastal GasLink camp

RCMP release footage of attack at Coastal GasLink camp

It shows a group dressed all in white.
Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 drop in B.C. over four-day period; 44 people died

Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 drop in B.C. over four-day period; 44 people died

VICTORIA — British Columbia says another 44 deaths have been reported due to COVID-19 over the past four days for a total of 2,830 fatalities in the province.
B.C. budget includes $2.1B in disaster relief; $5.5B deficit for next fiscal year

B.C. budget includes $2.1B in disaster relief; $5.5B deficit for next fiscal year

VICTORIA — British Columbia has earmarked $2.1 billion to fund disaster recovery efforts and future response to the threats posed by wildfires, floods and heat waves in a budget that forecasts a $5.5-billion deficit.
B.C. budget provides $25 million in new money for tourism

B.C. budget provides $25 million in new money for tourism

Industry advocates hopeful that more money will be available if restrictions ramp up
Old-growth policy to blow $1-billion hole in B.C. budget

Old-growth policy to blow $1-billion hole in B.C. budget

B.C. budget has no major new taxes, focuses on pandemic, disaster recovery

Highlights of British Columbia budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year

VICTORIA — Here are highlights from the B.C. budget tabled Tuesday: — The government is earmarking $2.1 billion to fund disaster recovery efforts and future response to the threats from wildfires, floods and heat waves.
80 units of affordable housing coming to Squamish Nation by next summer

80 units of affordable housing coming to Squamish Nation by next summer

Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) and the federal government have joined forces to build 80 affordable housing units across two sites at xwemelch'stn in North Vancouver and Squamish. The Nation currently has around 1,000 people on its housing wait-list.
'This was truly a team effort': Vancouver firefighters rescue horse from 10-foot ditch

'This was truly a team effort': Vancouver firefighters rescue horse from 10-foot ditch

It was able to walk away on its own.
Tech tapping four-day work weeks in battle for talent

Tech tapping four-day work weeks in battle for talent

But some experts warn that such incentives may have unintended consequences
Challenges of climate change focus of B.C. government's budget, says finance minister

Challenges of climate change focus of B.C. government's budget, says finance minister

VICTORIA — B.C. Finance Minister Selina Robinson says making sure communities have the resources they need to deal with the effects of climate change will be a focal point of her budget on Tuesday.