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Pets get access to outdoor decks on more BC Ferries sailings

Pets get access to outdoor decks on more BC Ferries sailings

Move follows ‘overwhelmingly positive’ feedback from pilot program, says ferry corporation
Additional testing for fatal wildlife disease discovered near Cranbrook comes back negative

Additional testing for fatal wildlife disease discovered near Cranbrook comes back negative

Province says it is continuing to respond to Chronic Wasting Disease
THE MOJ: B.C. linemen drawing eyes south of border ahead of NFL draft

THE MOJ: B.C. linemen drawing eyes south of border ahead of NFL draft

UBC’s Giovanni Manu and Theo Benedet are massive human beings attracting attention
Dog reunited with owner after fall down steep slope in B.C. mountains

Dog reunited with owner after fall down steep slope in B.C. mountains

North Shore Rescue used helicopter to try and find the dog
BREAKING: Man dead after 2 people stabbed in 2 days in White Rock; suspect at large

BREAKING: Man dead after 2 people stabbed in 2 days in White Rock; suspect at large

Investigation in seaside city taken over by IHIT
PHOTOS: B.C. whale watchers document first baby humpback of 2024

PHOTOS: B.C. whale watchers document first baby humpback of 2024

Hundreds of humpback whales are expected to feed in the area through fall
Crown rejects charges in B.C. police shooting because of lack of evidence

Crown rejects charges in B.C. police shooting because of lack of evidence

B.C. Prosecution Service says it can’t prove officers committed offence in 2021 Jared Lowndes death
B.C. to release report into economics of safe supply as part of larger review

B.C. to release report into economics of safe supply as part of larger review

Public Health Officer commissioned U.S. expert to review economics of safe supply
What a TikTok ban in the US could mean for you

What a TikTok ban in the US could mean for you

Canada injects $36M into federal vaccine injury compensation fund

Canada injects $36M into federal vaccine injury compensation fund

As of December, fund has paid $11.2 million to Canadian hurt by government-approved vaccines