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Saving puppy leads to serious leg injury for Salt Spring resident, who urges support for fundraiser

Saving puppy leads to serious leg injury for Salt Spring resident, who urges support for fundraiser

Robyn Rhea had deep lacerations on her leg after slipping and crashing into a mirror, requiring care at two hospitals and weeks of healing.
Fishing vessel joins international scientific expedition to study salmon

Fishing vessel joins international scientific expedition to study salmon

The fishing vessel is joining the 2022 Pan-Pacific Winter High Seas Expedition, an effort to understand the lives of salmon.
Queen balances personal with symbolic, creating an unmatched legacy in Canada

Queen balances personal with symbolic, creating an unmatched legacy in Canada

VANCOUVER — The Queen has adapted to the expansion of liberal democracies while respecting ancient royal customs to create a magic dust that has left an enduring influence on Canada as she marks her Platinum Jubilee, experts say. Prof.
Researchers race to study probiotic before white-nose syndrome spreads to B.C. bats

Researchers race to study probiotic before white-nose syndrome spreads to B.C. bats

VANCOUVER — Researchers say a deadly fungus that has nearly wiped out a North American bat species hasn't yet spread to British Columbia, giving them valuable time to study whether probiotics prevent the disease. B.C.
Kevin Falcon wins B.C. Liberal leadership race

Kevin Falcon wins B.C. Liberal leadership race

The former cabinet minister won on the fifth ballot.
Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon wins B.C. Liberal leadership race on 5th ballot

Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon wins B.C. Liberal leadership race on 5th ballot

VANCOUVER — Former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon who promised to renew and rebuild British Columbia's Liberals into the political powerhouse of their recent past was elected party leader Saturday.
B.C. Liberals can announce leadership winner, court rules

B.C. Liberals can announce leadership winner, court rules

Delaying tonight's (Feb. 5) announcement of the B.C. Liberal Party's new leader would not be in the public interest and delay the party's work on the upcoming Throne Speech and budget, a B.C. Supreme Court judge says.
‘So dirty’: Burnaby man warns others after falling for Amazon raffle text scam

‘So dirty’: Burnaby man warns others after falling for Amazon raffle text scam

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Judge to decide on petition over B.C. Liberal leadership vote

Judge to decide on petition over B.C. Liberal leadership vote

VANCOUVER — A judge was expected to deliver her decision today on a petition that asks the British Columbia Supreme Court to delay the release of results from the B.C. Liberal party's leadership vote.
Brain injury endemic among homeless populations: Vancouver research

Brain injury endemic among homeless populations: Vancouver research

VANCOUVER — Traumatic brain injury is so common among the homeless that prevention should be prioritized for people facing multiple challenges and worse outcomes compared with "affluent populations," says the lead author of a study in Vancouver that