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False alarm: BC Transit bus in Langford displays ‘Call Police’ sign

False alarm: BC Transit bus in Langford displays ‘Call Police’ sign

Feb. 25 incident blamed on technical malfunction
B.C. premier calls on comedy group to apologize to families of Pickton victims

B.C. premier calls on comedy group to apologize to families of Pickton victims

David Eby calls merchandise depicting Robert Pickton a ‘sad attempt at humour’
B.C. child poverty rate increases for first time in a decade: advocacy group

B.C. child poverty rate increases for first time in a decade: advocacy group

Report card finds 14.3% of B.C. children lived in poverty in 2021, up from 13.3% in 2020
Beloved Youbou elk ‘Bob’ dead after collision with car

Beloved Youbou elk ‘Bob’ dead after collision with car

New online harms bill gets stamp of approval from Amanda Todd’s mom

New online harms bill gets stamp of approval from Amanda Todd’s mom

Government wants to target what is considered the most seriously harmful content online
RCMP detain man in crisis after 4-hour standoff near Nanaimo

RCMP detain man in crisis after 4-hour standoff near Nanaimo

Incident happened in Cedar in the late morning and early afternoon on Feb. 25
Insurance anxiety looms for B.C. homeowners facing climate impacts

Insurance anxiety looms for B.C. homeowners facing climate impacts

Coverage prices could rise due to the impacts of climate change-fueled disasters
Vancouver Island business leaders praise B.C. budget goodies, want more

Vancouver Island business leaders praise B.C. budget goodies, want more

Chamber of Commerce members question finance minister Katrine Conroy on new budget
Student visa cap requires rethink, ignores economic realities: B.C. businesses

Student visa cap requires rethink, ignores economic realities: B.C. businesses

Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce CEO calls for more campus housing and better oversight
Locals celebrate as province commits $14 million to replace Cowichan Lake weir

Locals celebrate as province commits $14 million to replace Cowichan Lake weir

New, bigger weir would help maintain water levels in Cowichan watershed during droughts