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Opinion: We can turn to popular culture for lessons about how to live with COVID-19 as endemic

Opinion: We can turn to popular culture for lessons about how to live with COVID-19 as endemic

As COVID-19 transitions from a pandemic to an endemic, apocalyptic science-fiction and zombie movies contain examples of how to adjust to the new normal.
‘Action is better than words’: syilx Elder calls for better protection of water and land

‘Action is better than words’: syilx Elder calls for better protection of water and land

K̓ninm̓tm̓ taʔ n̓q̓ʷic̓tn̓s Wilfred ‘Grouse’ Barnes led a water ceremony during a World Rivers Day community cleanup event
Will Canada's relaxed travel rules lead to a COVID-19 spike? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in

Will Canada's relaxed travel rules lead to a COVID-19 spike? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in

B.C is preparing for a possible surge of influenza infections at the same time that the virus strikes this fall.
B.C. retailers confident despite inflation threat

B.C. retailers confident despite inflation threat

Some Canadian apparel retailers are intentionally carrying more inventory
BC NDP leadership hopeful David Eby launches ambitious housing plan

BC NDP leadership hopeful David Eby launches ambitious housing plan

The plan foresees more supply of market and non-market homes, a slowdown in demovictions and a crackdown on speculators and cheats.
Opinion: Reckoning with the history of public schooling and settler colonialism

Opinion: Reckoning with the history of public schooling and settler colonialism

In B.C., residential school principals sat on public school boards, and some Indigenous children even attended public schools. Understanding such links matters for truth and reconciliation.
B.C. anesthesiologist charged with sexual assault

B.C. anesthesiologist charged with sexual assault

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC is aware of the charge, police say.
Shelving long-term goals during pandemic good for mental health, study shows

Shelving long-term goals during pandemic good for mental health, study shows

New research demonstrates the benefits of disengaging more fully from long-term goals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Political environment ‘ripe’ for opposition this fall

Political environment ‘ripe’ for opposition this fall

Most Canadians focused on inflation and housing, says Simon Fraser University professor
B.C. judge rejects constructive dismissal claim tied to COVID-19 vaccine policy

B.C. judge rejects constructive dismissal claim tied to COVID-19 vaccine policy

A mandatory vaccine policy for the pandemic in the winter of 2021 and January 2022 was a reasonable policy choice for employers, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Heather MacNaughton says