Skip to content

News

Two K’ómoks First Nation cannabis dispensaries reopen one day after raid

Two K’ómoks First Nation cannabis dispensaries reopen one day after raid

B.C. baseball bat attack victim’s mom still fighting for what he’s owed

B.C. baseball bat attack victim’s mom still fighting for what he’s owed

Sue Simpson continues court battle to claim civil suit award as son Jessie’s memory slowly returns
Rent-to-own program, tax cuts promised as BC United unveils housing platform

Rent-to-own program, tax cuts promised as BC United unveils housing platform

BC United Leader Kevin Falcon says measures market-friendly, and would help improve affordability
B.C. naturopaths look to prescribe safer supply, reiterate call to province

B.C. naturopaths look to prescribe safer supply, reiterate call to province

Naturopathic doctors say they’re ‘ready’ to fight the toxic drug crisis, but waiting on B.C.’s approval
2 B.C. firms in hydrogen fuel-cell economy announce merger plans

2 B.C. firms in hydrogen fuel-cell economy announce merger plans

Loop Energy, and H2 Portable Power Corp. to sign amalgamation agreement
Extortion in B.C. one focus of new national policing team

Extortion in B.C. one focus of new national policing team

Alberta, Ontario police agencies also investigating threats against South Asian businesses
Serial Victoria rental scammer sentenced to 3.5 years

Serial Victoria rental scammer sentenced to 3.5 years

Prospective tenants learned the unit they rented was actually a short-term vacation rental
Comox development proceeding within North Pritchard neighbourhood

Comox development proceeding within North Pritchard neighbourhood

The North Pritchard neighbourhood was initially identified for development in the 1980s
Up to 99% crop loss anticipated in B.C. wine industry cold snap catastrophe

Up to 99% crop loss anticipated in B.C. wine industry cold snap catastrophe

Wine Growers British Columbia report expects 1-3% yields, and most of those in southwestern B.C.
Vancouver Islanders asking province to ban rodent glue traps

Vancouver Islanders asking province to ban rodent glue traps

Animal-rights advocates convince councillors traps are cruel, matter sent on to AVICC, UBCM
Pop-up banner image