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Woman assaulted on Lower Mainland bus, police say

Woman assaulted on Lower Mainland bus, police say

New Westminster Police say victim had minor injuries after being assaulted by ‘group of youths’
Wildfire economic damage to B.C. tourism still being counted: minister

Wildfire economic damage to B.C. tourism still being counted: minister

Tourism Minister Lana Popham says interest in B.C. far exceeds reputational damage after wildfires
New school year can lead to higher levels of anxiety for students: B.C. doctor

New school year can lead to higher levels of anxiety for students: B.C. doctor

BC Children’s Hospital noted increase in mental-health visits at start of 2022-23 school year
More than 1,700 people saved by B.C. search and rescue in 2022

More than 1,700 people saved by B.C. search and rescue in 2022

Association projecting annual incidents to increase in coming years
B.C. Human Rights Commissioner says trans rights ‘not up for debate’

B.C. Human Rights Commissioner says trans rights ‘not up for debate’

Govender issues statement prior to rallies across B.C. opposing SOGI curriculum, related policies
B.C. Sikhs plan protest, seek protection in wake of India statements

B.C. Sikhs plan protest, seek protection in wake of India statements

Trudeau says ‘credible’ intelligence links Indian government agents to shooting of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, 45
B.C. business owners make ‘mini-gyms’ idea pitch on Dragon’s Den Sept. 28

B.C. business owners make ‘mini-gyms’ idea pitch on Dragon’s Den Sept. 28

‘It was extremely intense, but we were well-prepared’: Safe Sweat owner
Sooke firefighters contain fire at Hope Centre

Sooke firefighters contain fire at Hope Centre

A 911 caller observed smoke emanating from the fourth floor of the building
15 youth charged in destruction that followed 2022 Vancouver music festival

15 youth charged in destruction that followed 2022 Vancouver music festival

Angered attendees caused $300,000 in damage after Lil Baby cancelled last minute
Biogas plant in Chilliwack becomes largest of its kind in B.C.

Biogas plant in Chilliwack becomes largest of its kind in B.C.

Chilliwack farmers worked for years to build plant that spins waste into natural gas, fertilizer
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