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B.C. commits $1.4M to continue research into gambling addictions, policies

B.C. commits $1.4M to continue research into gambling addictions, policies

UBC’s researchers have been looking into the links between gambling, video gaming and loot boxes
Flood watches up, driving cautions out as atmospheric river flows over B.C.

Flood watches up, driving cautions out as atmospheric river flows over B.C.

Some warnings remain as system passes coast, winter storm conditions persist in the southeast
B.C. more than doubles number of foreign nurse registrations this year

B.C. more than doubles number of foreign nurse registrations this year

578 internationally educated nurses became fully registered in the province in 2023
More than half of B.C. Crown prosecutors suffering burnout: survey

More than half of B.C. Crown prosecutors suffering burnout: survey

Large caseloads, dimishing resources are compounding, says B.C. Crown Counsel Association president
Scientists rejoice as new Biggs killer whale calf seen in Salish Sea

Scientists rejoice as new Biggs killer whale calf seen in Salish Sea

The new calf will join a curious, matriarchal pod
B.C. MLA sounds alarm for wine industry struggles

B.C. MLA sounds alarm for wine industry struggles

Ben Stewart seeking fiscal support for grape crop replanting
B.C. teacher’s artwork targeted by followers of far-right social media account

B.C. teacher’s artwork targeted by followers of far-right social media account

Teacher is now worried about their safety after being harassed and threatened
Avalanche control to temporarily close Highway 1 from Revelstoke to Golden

Avalanche control to temporarily close Highway 1 from Revelstoke to Golden

Closure will last from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday (Dec. 5)
Prowling B.C.’s Chilcotin: researcher tracks cougar/caribou relationship

Prowling B.C.’s Chilcotin: researcher tracks cougar/caribou relationship

Senior wildlife biologist has followed fascination for large predators from Ireland to the Cariboo
UPDATE: Human rights complaint against B.C. police over sex assault report dismissed

UPDATE: Human rights complaint against B.C. police over sex assault report dismissed

Tribunal says filing about how Nelson police treated a trans woman won’t move forward