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Eby issues apology, as B.C. Doukhobor survivors ask for direct compensation

Eby issues apology, as B.C. Doukhobor survivors ask for direct compensation

$10 million compensation package to be distributed through funds, but survivors want direct payment
Workers on front line of B.C. toxic drug crisis ‘feel every single death’

Workers on front line of B.C. toxic drug crisis ‘feel every single death’

Building relationships and celebrating success stories makes difficult job worthwhile
Tourism minister says cost of B.C. hosting World Cup grew ‘substantially’

Tourism minister says cost of B.C. hosting World Cup grew ‘substantially’

Lana Popham has a ‘ballpark figure’ but won’t release it until staff has completed work
B.C. First Nation suing Canadian government over fishery closure

B.C. First Nation suing Canadian government over fishery closure

Heiltsuk Nation says the 2022 closure by Fisheries and Oceans Canada undermined its rights
Retirement planning: BC Ferries launches concept images for new vessels

Retirement planning: BC Ferries launches concept images for new vessels

New boats expected to run cleaner and carry more passengers
Families still awaiting answers in 2021 Kelowna crane collapse

Families still awaiting answers in 2021 Kelowna crane collapse

Worksafe BC probe finished but still unreleased, despite police making charge recommendation
Broken wheel blamed for 61-car train derailment near Hope in 2020

Broken wheel blamed for 61-car train derailment near Hope in 2020

Transportation Safety Board: incident in B.C.’s Fraser Canyon, spilled 6 million kilograms of potash.
Nanaimo shelter worker’s death raises health-care debate in legislature

Nanaimo shelter worker’s death raises health-care debate in legislature

Health minister says province continuing to try to add doctors and improve primary care
Someone deliberately ruined Tesla charging station in Osoyoos

Someone deliberately ruined Tesla charging station in Osoyoos

The charger was filled with spray foam rendering it useless
Antlers, animal hides and ammo stolen from Fort St. John home: B.C. RCMP

Antlers, animal hides and ammo stolen from Fort St. John home: B.C. RCMP

Police say items represent ‘years of trophy hunts and fond memories to the family’