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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
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.
Lacklustre economic growth expected in B.C. this year: report

Lacklustre economic growth expected in B.C. this year: report

Combination of local and global factors adds up to a forecast of 0.7% economic increase
VIDEO: Victoria hockey fans get ‘Royal’ proposal caught on kiss cam

VIDEO: Victoria hockey fans get ‘Royal’ proposal caught on kiss cam

‘I hadn’t even considered that there were 2,000 other people in the rink’
Cowichan Tribes taps BC Builds for new 199-unit rental project in Duncan

Cowichan Tribes taps BC Builds for new 199-unit rental project in Duncan

Project 1 of 3 recently announced through new program aimed at accelerating rental housing
New family law clinic to open in B.C. by end of 2024 with $29.1M boost

New family law clinic to open in B.C. by end of 2024 with $29.1M boost

Attorney General Niki Sharma says funding will bring allow for 4,500 new family law clients
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