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How to end a mentorship that isn't working out

How to end a mentorship that isn't working out

Also, companies that over-promise career advancement, building a personal brand and side hustles for retirees.
BC sees uptick in water-related incidents during summer

BC sees uptick in water-related incidents during summer

Individual and community actions can mitigate fatalities, says life saving society director
From paws to paddles: How swimming helps dogs beat the heat

From paws to paddles: How swimming helps dogs beat the heat

There are many advantages to taking your four-legged friend for a swim.
City rep explains how 911 calls are directed from qathet region

City rep explains how 911 calls are directed from qathet region

Powell River councillor and qRD representative to North Island 911 board outlines dispatch of emergency services
Mexican visits to B.C. fall after Canada adds visa requirement

Mexican visits to B.C. fall after Canada adds visa requirement

Canada in February gave Mexicans one day's notice that it was reimposing a requirement for them to get visas for entry, with few exemptions
B.C. man says Venable Valley locals are piecing together their losses from wildfire

B.C. man says Venable Valley locals are piecing together their losses from wildfire

Ramanath Das said he is aware that the eco-village he and his family are building in Venables Valley, B.C., may no longer exist when they return after being evacuated due to an encroaching wildfire.
Sunshine Coast firefighters deployed to Williams Lake

Sunshine Coast firefighters deployed to Williams Lake

Gibsons fire chief gives quarterly report to council
Gibsons RCMP looking for witnesses relating to indecent act

Gibsons RCMP looking for witnesses relating to indecent act

Gibsons RCMP says dog walker could have seen the man following the incident near a trail head off Shaw Road.
Imagine your job has already been affected by AI. What advice would you give your past self?

Imagine your job has already been affected by AI. What advice would you give your past self?

When an event is far away, we think abstractly about what we need to do. But the time for concrete action can arrive sooner than we expect.
70,000+ lightning strikes ignite B.C. fires, but wildfire service satisfied with response

70,000+ lightning strikes ignite B.C. fires, but wildfire service satisfied with response

As of Wednesday, there are 430 wildfires burning across the province. Of those, 112 started in the last 24 hours.