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Hospital parking fees return in March after two-year suspension

Hospital parking fees return in March after two-year suspension

"Non-hospital users" blamed for taking advantage of pandemic initiative, introduced in the spring of 2020
British Columbians charged in $1B stock fraud case could see trial next January

British Columbians charged in $1B stock fraud case could see trial next January

Boston judge gives United States Securities and Exchange Commission more time to present evidence to counter motions to dismiss by six British Columbians
Utility says B.C.'s heat, rain and cold in 2021 underscore changing demand for power

Utility says B.C.'s heat, rain and cold in 2021 underscore changing demand for power

VANCOUVER — British Columbia endured sizzling summer heat and bone-numbing cold to end 2021 and the province's electrical utility says the result was a record-breaking, year-round demand for power, launching a trend that's not expected to end soon.
Mental health problems more than double chance of opioid misuse: StatsCan

Mental health problems more than double chance of opioid misuse: StatsCan

Pain management has primarily relied on prescription opioids for treatment and has contributed to the development of Canada’s opioid crisis, new research from Statistics Canada shows.
'It's taxes or pitchforks': 3 B.C. millionaires join call to tax the rich

'It's taxes or pitchforks': 3 B.C. millionaires join call to tax the rich

Tax the rich, say some of the world’s wealthiest
Rapid tests to be distributed to schools in British Columbia

Rapid tests to be distributed to schools in British Columbia

VICTORIA — Schools in British Columbia will soon get rapid antigen tests as a way to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 among staff, including teachers and administrators.
B.C. flood victims eligible for support navigating recovery funding beginning Feb. 1

B.C. flood victims eligible for support navigating recovery funding beginning Feb. 1

VICTORIA — Residents in British Columbia who were affected by flooding will be eligible next month for personalized support to help navigate the recovery process and available funding programs. The B.C.
Slight uptick in natural gas drilling expected this year

Slight uptick in natural gas drilling expected this year

Royalty review in B.C. may be squelching some investments: CAPP
LNG Canada construction kicking into high gear

LNG Canada construction kicking into high gear

$17 billion project now past halfway to completion
Four innocent bystanders hurt in recent Metro Vancouver shootings: police

Four innocent bystanders hurt in recent Metro Vancouver shootings: police

SURREY, B.C. — Police say recent shootings in Metro Vancouver that injured four innocent bystanders appear to be connected to street-level drug trafficking. Chief Supt.