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Rob Shaw: Eby's rationale for sale of ICBC head office stretches credulity

Rob Shaw: Eby's rationale for sale of ICBC head office stretches credulity

Is turning the aging ICBC headquarters into affordable housing a bad deal for British Columbians?
Close to half of recent Canadian immigrants can't meet financial needs

Close to half of recent Canadian immigrants can't meet financial needs

Immigrants from South Asia tend to report greater financial strain than those from China or the United States, Statistics Canada data show.
B.C. Greens to back guaranteed basic income, says party leader

B.C. Greens to back guaranteed basic income, says party leader

Sonia Furstenau says Greens still debating details of party election platform, but basic income proposal likely to target three vulnerable groups.
B.C.'s drought: Drought veterans share communication strategies

B.C.'s drought: Drought veterans share communication strategies

After dealing with severe droughts for decades, the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) developed and administers one of America’s most progressive and comprehensive water conservation programs, making it a go-to expert for cities across North America looking for advice and information.
Healthy Living: Certainty in an uncertain life

Healthy Living: Certainty in an uncertain life

In the chaos of life, are there any controllable parts?
B.C. sex worker killer, child assaulter faces breach trial

B.C. sex worker killer, child assaulter faces breach trial

Jatin Patel was convicted in the 2003 killing of Shelby Tracy Tom.
qRD board members discuss RCMP objectives

qRD board members discuss RCMP objectives

qathet Regional District directors carry motions pertaining to services
Oak Bay fans of Taylor Swift spend almost $5,000 on fake tickets after Facebook hack

Oak Bay fans of Taylor Swift spend almost $5,000 on fake tickets after Facebook hack

The victims purchased the tickets after seeing a post that appeared to be from a friend on Facebook
B.C. lowers rebate cap on electric vehicles, triggers industry backlash

B.C. lowers rebate cap on electric vehicles, triggers industry backlash

On Tuesday, B.C.'s $4,000 rebate for vehicles deemed electric 'cars' was restricted to models that cost $50,000 or less — a $5,000 reduction from the previous cap.
Francophone club in qathet makes gesture toward reconciliation

Francophone club in qathet makes gesture toward reconciliation

Club Bon Accueil has been supporting the french-speaking community for more than 50 years