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2027 completion anticipated for Highway 1 bridge replacement at Sicamous

2027 completion anticipated for Highway 1 bridge replacement at Sicamous

Current Bruhn Bridge to be decommissioned
Slain Surrey woman's family talks to Pierre Poilievre

Slain Surrey woman's family talks to Pierre Poilievre

Federal Conservative leader speaks to Aron Dunn, father of Tori Dunn
Heat wave highlights rural B.C.'s ongoing, pervasive ER closure problem

Heat wave highlights rural B.C.'s ongoing, pervasive ER closure problem

Residents in some smaller B.C. communities regularly have to travel elsewhere for emergency care
Teck facing 5 charges tied to allegations of dumping harmful substances

Teck facing 5 charges tied to allegations of dumping harmful substances

Environment Canada alleges coal firm polluting fish-bearing streams in southeastern B.C.
Critics slam call for expanded B.C. drug access as a step to legalization

Critics slam call for expanded B.C. drug access as a step to legalization

Calls by B.C.'s provincial health officer Bonnie Henry to look into an expansion of what she calls "non-prescribed alternatives to unregulated drugs" is getting mixed reactions. 
Deal halts looming B.C. shipbuilding strike at Dometic marine

Deal halts looming B.C. shipbuilding strike at Dometic marine

Christian Labour Association of Canada strikes deal in Richmond with help of arbitrator
UPDATE: Canada’s carbon levy challenge in B.C. courtroom cancelled

UPDATE: Canada’s carbon levy challenge in B.C. courtroom cancelled

Saskatchewan wants court to stop Ottawa’s collection of carbon levy money
Devastated family remember man who died cliff jumping in B.C. canyon

Devastated family remember man who died cliff jumping in B.C. canyon

More than $8K raised in fundraiser for Harman Singh Sandhu who died in Lynn Canyon
As campus pro-Palestinian encampments gone, protesters look to future

As campus pro-Palestinian encampments gone, protesters look to future

Wave of dismantlings leave questions about how activists will make their voices heard
Yukon directs mining firm to implement ‘safeguard’ measures after spill

Yukon directs mining firm to implement ‘safeguard’ measures after spill

Official say avoid drinking water or eating fish from creek out of ‘an abundance of caution’