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Data update: B.C.'s overdose crisis and pandemic by the numbers

Data update: B.C.'s overdose crisis and pandemic by the numbers

Vancouver Coastal Health's chief medical officer spoke to city council Thursday on both public health emergencies.
Nearly 33,000 British Columbians displaced by wildfire in 2021

Nearly 33,000 British Columbians displaced by wildfire in 2021

Stuck in Merritt motel, two 82-year-old survivors of the Lytton fire are among at least 340 people across B.C. still without a home. Experts say climate change will only increase the number of Canadians internally displaced by fire and flood.
Canada-wide recall issued for these Mexican-produced whole raw onions

Canada-wide recall issued for these Mexican-produced whole raw onions

Food contaminated with salmonella may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
There's a different dime in your change to celebrate 100th anniversary of Bluenose

There's a different dime in your change to celebrate 100th anniversary of Bluenose

This new design by Nova Scotia marine artist Yves Bérubé is being issued in celebration of Bluenose's 100th anniversary.
Are you a winner? We have B.C.'s lottery numbers

Are you a winner? We have B.C.'s lottery numbers

We share BCLC's latest results for Lotto 6/49, Lotto Max, BC/49 and Daily Grand, plus the Extra numbers.
Why is DivaCup offering a paid menstrual leave policy?

Why is DivaCup offering a paid menstrual leave policy?

Menstruating employees are allowed to take one day off per month, paid.
Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's vaccine passport for travel

Everything B.C. residents need to know about Canada's vaccine passport for travel

Find out everything from what information will be stored in it to how it will be checked and more. ✈️
Two 'extraordinary' storms slated to hit B.C. coast

Two 'extraordinary' storms slated to hit B.C. coast

One storm is described by meteorologists as a "weather bomb."
Children's health, cognitive abilities depend on access to nature: Metro Vancouver study

Children's health, cognitive abilities depend on access to nature: Metro Vancouver study

A massive University of British Columbia study tracking 27,372 children across Metro Vancouver found those who live near green spaces achieved better results on early childhood development tests, partly due to lowered exposure to traffic-related air and noise pollution.
B.C. whale-watching guide fined $10K for approaching killer whales

B.C. whale-watching guide fined $10K for approaching killer whales

The court ruling stems from a May 2019 incident. Environmental groups have recently called on DFO to ramp up patrols, prosecutions and penalties for whale-watching operators 'routinely violating' legally established buffer zones set up for threatened killer whales.