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B.C. Ferries cancels sailings heading into busy Thanksgiving weekend

B.C. Ferries cancels sailings heading into busy Thanksgiving weekend

Travellers to consider walking on Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay route
B.C. wildfires in 2023 scorch 3 million hectares

B.C. wildfires in 2023 scorch 3 million hectares

Land burned is more than twice as great as in 2018 wildfire season
Food insecurity a ‘public health crisis’ for B.C.’s Indigenous kids

Food insecurity a ‘public health crisis’ for B.C.’s Indigenous kids

Food costs hurting First Nations children at disproportionately high levels here and across Canada
Teaching Support Staff Union pickets outside Simon Fraser University

Teaching Support Staff Union pickets outside Simon Fraser University

University says its ‘focused on resolving this difficult situation as quickly as possible’
Body of missing murder trial witness found by Vancouver police

Body of missing murder trial witness found by Vancouver police

Dr. Tracy Pickett, 55, found dead in Southlands neighbourhood
B.C. care facilities rally outside in contract dispute

B.C. care facilities rally outside in contract dispute

Staff at Good Samaritan Canada facilities in Vernon, Penticton, Salmon Arm and Coast seek support
Tour de Rock 2023 riders cruise through Parksville Qualicum Beach

Tour de Rock 2023 riders cruise through Parksville Qualicum Beach

Team heads to Port Alberni on Friday
Broken-down Nanaimo-Tsawwassen ferry won’t be back in service until December

Broken-down Nanaimo-Tsawwassen ferry won’t be back in service until December

Coastal Renaissance’s motor undergoing repairs in Indiana
On-call B.C. teacher shows inappropriate short film to elementary students

On-call B.C. teacher shows inappropriate short film to elementary students

School district had previously issued the teacher a reprimand for not adequately supervising students
Former Shaw techs approve B.C. strike action against Rogers

Former Shaw techs approve B.C. strike action against Rogers

Workers based in Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey and Langley concerned about job security