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WOLF: 50 years is quite the long coffee break for B.C. man

WOLF: 50 years is quite the long coffee break for B.C. man

COLUMN: Dunnett returns to playing musical instruments after five decades
Cooler, wetter weather reduces wildfire activity in northeast B.C.

Cooler, wetter weather reduces wildfire activity in northeast B.C.

Fire fuels remain ‘very susceptible to ignition,’ however, wildfire service warns
‘Happy tears’ of victim’s sister after prison attack on B.C. killer Pickton

‘Happy tears’ of victim’s sister after prison attack on B.C. killer Pickton

Pickton in life-threatening condition following assault by fellow inmate
Case going to court after 177 animals seized last fall on Vancouver Island

Case going to court after 177 animals seized last fall on Vancouver Island

Owners face charges of causing pain and suffering to animals
B.C. government announces next purchase with rental protection fund

B.C. government announces next purchase with rental protection fund

Rental Protection Fund CEO Katie Maslechko calls loss of affordable rentals a province-wide problem
Meta’s news ban in Canada: screenshots win, local news loses, study shows

Meta’s news ban in Canada: screenshots win, local news loses, study shows

Local news outlets lost about 85 per cent of their Facebook engagement, the study says
B.C.’s deal with social media giants ‘probably’ represents ‘best outcome’: expert

B.C.’s deal with social media giants ‘probably’ represents ‘best outcome’: expert

Brandon Laur, CEO of The White Hatter, acknowledges problems with agreement’s impact on local news
Another lawsuit filed against UBC over ‘unsafe to enter’ Kelowna apartment

Another lawsuit filed against UBC over ‘unsafe to enter’ Kelowna apartment

Natasha Chance is seeking general, special, and punitive damages
1 week update: UBCO Pro-Palestine encampment demands action

1 week update: UBCO Pro-Palestine encampment demands action

An encampment is demanding that the university divests from companies complicit in the ‘Palestinian genocide’
Surrey trade board calls for review of sex offender regulations, protocols

Surrey trade board calls for review of sex offender regulations, protocols

3 sex offenders released back into community in span of 6 weeks