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Fatal collision closes B.C. Highway 5 near Clearwater, sparks wildfire

Fatal collision closes B.C. Highway 5 near Clearwater, sparks wildfire

The closure is at Cliff Road
Caribou herds bounce back in B.C., wolf cull given credit

Caribou herds bounce back in B.C., wolf cull given credit

Habitat change has opened their range to predators, competition from moose and deer
Post-pandemic recovery road painful for tourism industry in B.C. and Canada

Post-pandemic recovery road painful for tourism industry in B.C. and Canada

Bounceback is happening but not without struggles, particularly in more remote regions
Ending decriminalization won’t end ‘our fight’ to ‘save people’ says B.C. United

Ending decriminalization won’t end ‘our fight’ to ‘save people’ says B.C. United

B.C. United’s Elenore Sturko says there are “other options” to decriminalization
‘Trees going up like Roman candles’ as B.C. wildfire season starts early

‘Trees going up like Roman candles’ as B.C. wildfire season starts early

Wildfires burning at Burgess Creek and Endako as B.C. firefighting season gets underway
Inquiry launched into B.C.’s costly 2023 port strike

Inquiry launched into B.C.’s costly 2023 port strike

Federal Labour Minister appoints Industrial Inquiry Commission to dig into the underlying causes
Advocates urge Vancouver cannabis tourism, calling 4-20 a ‘debacle’

Advocates urge Vancouver cannabis tourism, calling 4-20 a ‘debacle’

BC Craft Farmers Co-Op urge city to embrace the date’s opportunity rather than ‘mitigate’ it
B.C. set to shovel more than $55M out to plant 50 million trees in 2024

B.C. set to shovel more than $55M out to plant 50 million trees in 2024

This year’s tree-planting season happens with several hold-over fires burning in northern B.C.
B.C. tables legislation to recognize ‘historic’ title of Haida Nation

B.C. tables legislation to recognize ‘historic’ title of Haida Nation

Legislation translates ‘Rising Tide’ Haida Title Lands Agreement into provincial law
Premier says B.C. will continue to treat addiction as a mental health issue

Premier says B.C. will continue to treat addiction as a mental health issue

But David Eby also said police will have the necessary resources to address public safety