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B.C. friends dole out over $75K in donations to help flooded farmers

B.C. friends dole out over $75K in donations to help flooded farmers

Community members have stepped up in a big way to help victims of November's floods.
BC Wildfire Service accepting applications for next summer

BC Wildfire Service accepting applications for next summer

In anticipation of summer 2022, the BC Wildfire Service is seeking to hire wildfire firefighters across the province.
Video: Otter runs through snowy B.C. streets

Video: Otter runs through snowy B.C. streets

This one animal loved all the winter weather.
Canada has one of the most powerful passports in the world in 2022: report

Canada has one of the most powerful passports in the world in 2022: report

Canada has been included on a list of the most powerful passports.
BC Conservation releases top 10 unusual calls of 2021

BC Conservation releases top 10 unusual calls of 2021

One caller advised the COS that an otter was sitting on a log, irritated with its mouth
Health alert: B.C.-wide recall of some grocery store combo meals due to salmonella contamination

Health alert: B.C.-wide recall of some grocery store combo meals due to salmonella contamination

Check your fridges!
Study identifies Indigenous communities that are hotspots for flooding risk

Study identifies Indigenous communities that are hotspots for flooding risk

A total of 40 risk hot spots were identified in the study
What China's plans to decarbonize its economy mean for Canada's energy exports

What China's plans to decarbonize its economy mean for Canada's energy exports

Canada has neglected to keep up with China’s climate politics, putting the future of the country’s fossil fuel exports at risk.
Plant-based doesn't always mean healthy

Plant-based doesn't always mean healthy

As new year's resolutions start pouring in, you may want to reconsider a plant-based diet if your motivation is health.
West Coast cleanup pulls 50 tonnes of marine debris off island shores

West Coast cleanup pulls 50 tonnes of marine debris off island shores

Project coordinator would like to a better system in place to track where materials are coming from