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B.C. salmon farmers see way forward despite court ruling

B.C. salmon farmers see way forward despite court ruling

BC salmon farmers say collaboration will provide a way for the aquaculture industry to continue to operate despite a recent court ruling upholding the federal fisheries minister's decision to not renew licences
Prison sentence sought for Nanaimo man found guilty of child luring

Prison sentence sought for Nanaimo man found guilty of child luring

Crown seeking one-year sentence, defence seeking conditional sentence
Taseko reaches tentative deal with striking B.C. workers at Gibraltar Mine

Taseko reaches tentative deal with striking B.C. workers at Gibraltar Mine

Unionized workers will vote Monday, Tuesday
Vancouver housing starts dip, contrary to national trend

Vancouver housing starts dip, contrary to national trend

CMHC says annual pace of national housing starts in May up 10% from April
Sikh community gathers to remember slain B.C. gurdwara president

Sikh community gathers to remember slain B.C. gurdwara president

Surrey's Guru Nanak gurdwara president, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was shot and killed on June 18, 2023
B.C.’s first health centre catering to francophones to open in the fall

B.C.’s first health centre catering to francophones to open in the fall

More than 80,000 provincial residents named French as their mother tongue as of 2021
UBC researchers launch new website focused on men's mental health

UBC researchers launch new website focused on men's mental health

Site and podcast series explore importance of strengthening male friendships
Man who stabbed Mexican tourist at B.C. Tim Horton's released into Vancouver

Man who stabbed Mexican tourist at B.C. Tim Horton's released into Vancouver

Police say David Morin remains a high risk to the community, will be residing at halfway house
Snow expected on B.C. southern interior highways

Snow expected on B.C. southern interior highways

Up to 2 centimetres of snow is expected to fall
Witnesses report pea-sized hail as storm hits parts of B.C.’s south coast

Witnesses report pea-sized hail as storm hits parts of B.C.’s south coast

Sudden storm caused localized flooding along White Rock’s main drag