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B.C. tables legislation to recognize ‘historic’ title of Haida Nation

B.C. tables legislation to recognize ‘historic’ title of Haida Nation

Legislation translates ‘Rising Tide’ Haida Title Lands Agreement into provincial law
Evacuated apartments residents demand solutions from UBC, City of Kelowna

Evacuated apartments residents demand solutions from UBC, City of Kelowna

Hadgraft Wilson Place residents were evacuated on April 2
B.C. set to shovel more than $55M out to plant 50 million trees in 2024

B.C. set to shovel more than $55M out to plant 50 million trees in 2024

This year’s tree-planting season happens with several hold-over fires burning in northern B.C.
Advocates urge Vancouver cannabis tourism, calling 4-20 a ‘debacle’

Advocates urge Vancouver cannabis tourism, calling 4-20 a ‘debacle’

BC Craft Farmers Co-Op urge city to embrace the date’s opportunity rather than ‘mitigate’ it
‘Bring on the pain’: Joshua’s growing game adding to Canuck playoff clout

‘Bring on the pain’: Joshua’s growing game adding to Canuck playoff clout

Forward’s mix of skill and snarl makes him an emerging asset for an emerging team
Univ. of Victoria unions call for post-secondary funding reform amid budget cuts

Univ. of Victoria unions call for post-secondary funding reform amid budget cuts

Student and worker unions call on the province for change during $13 million budget cuts
Premier says B.C. will continue to treat addiction as a mental health issue

Premier says B.C. will continue to treat addiction as a mental health issue

But David Eby also said police will have the necessary resources to address public safety
Chicken reigns supreme in Canadian sandwich desires

Chicken reigns supreme in Canadian sandwich desires

Roast beef pops up twice during Google data Top 10 search by Chefs Plate
THE MOJ: Canucks stick with the plan and it pays off with Game 1 victory

THE MOJ: Canucks stick with the plan and it pays off with Game 1 victory

Team refused to waver and press after falling behind and it paid off
B.C. ‘classic consumer protection’ law raising unintended consequence concerns

B.C. ‘classic consumer protection’ law raising unintended consequence concerns

Business leaders calls legislation allowing government to sue social media companies too broad