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Stefan Labbé

Stefan Labbé

Stefan Labbé covers Climate and Environment solutions across British Columbia for Glacier Media. A former digital reporter at the Tri-City News, his work has appeared in the Guardian, the Globe & Mail and PBS Newshour.

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Recent Work by Stefan

As B.C. nears pandemic transition, it should soon 'stop counting cases,' says health official

As B.C. nears pandemic transition, it should soon 'stop counting cases,' says health official

B.C. health experts, officials reveal thoughts on winding down testing, contact tracing and isolation.
Cost of living, climate crisis most important issues for Metro Vancouver voters: survey

Cost of living, climate crisis most important issues for Metro Vancouver voters: survey

For Metro Vancouver's business community, pandemic recovery, regulation and taxes, and the climate crisis were found to be the number one issues, according to the survey.
B.C. making COVID-19 vaccine a 'condition of employment' for all health-care workers

B.C. making COVID-19 vaccine a 'condition of employment' for all health-care workers

The new mandatory vaccination order will apply to a wide section of health-care workers, students and volunteers, and will come into effect Oct. 26.
B.C. ridings see up to 40% decline in polling locations

B.C. ridings see up to 40% decline in polling locations

Fewer polling locations in many B.C. ridings could mean travelling significantly further to cast your ballot this federal election.
Where do Canada's political parties stand on climate change?

Where do Canada's political parties stand on climate change?

Reading through pages of party platforms can be time-consuming. We break down each party's stance on specific issues tied to climate change.
Vaccine passports will exclude thousands of vaccinated British Columbians, claim community groups

Vaccine passports will exclude thousands of vaccinated British Columbians, claim community groups

Lack of cellphone, identification or proper immigration status are barriers advocacy groups say will shut out thousands of British Columbians from proving they have been vaccinated.
Over 2,000 Canadian municipalities call for billions of dollars to fight drought, heat waves and wildfire

Over 2,000 Canadian municipalities call for billions of dollars to fight drought, heat waves and wildfire

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is calling on Ottawa to provide $4.6 billion in funding annually.
2021 was Vancouver’s second hottest summer ever recorded

2021 was Vancouver’s second hottest summer ever recorded

This was Vancouver's hottest summer since 1958. Add widespread drought and wildfire smoke, and experts say it offers a sign of things to come.
'Everything is changing': Unvaccinated British Columbians get first dose

'Everything is changing': Unvaccinated British Columbians get first dose

Unvaccinated British Columbians cite a number of reasons for waiting. For some, a new proof of vaccination plan is finally driving them to get their first jab.
How to adapt your pet to climate change

How to adapt your pet to climate change

New research out of the University of British Columbia is looking to shine a light how pet owners can best prepare their animals for what's to come, while at the same time lowering their carbon footprint.