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B.C. brewer is going to save the orcas with a floating garden, beer

B.C. brewer is going to save the orcas with a floating garden, beer

This epic Pokémon-themed bar comes to Vancouver this September

This epic Pokémon-themed bar comes to Vancouver this September

PokéBar comes to Vancouver this September and promises to bring the hit game to ‘real life’

Watchdog called after police say man fell from balcony while trying to escape

BURNABY, B.C. — The police watchdog has been called in to investigate a man's fall after RCMP say he tried to escape from an 11th floor balcony of an apartment building in Burnaby, B.C.

Tribunal rules ex-B.C. jail guard faced racism in 'poisoned work environment'

VANCOUVER — A former jail guard has won his discrimination complaint against the British Columbia government for being forced to work in what the human rights tribunal concluded was a "poisoned work environment.
23 projects funded to help restore British Columbia's fragile salmon stocks

23 projects funded to help restore British Columbia's fragile salmon stocks

VANCOUVER — A project to transform aging dikes in British Columbia's Lower Mainland to make them more salmon-friendly is among 23 proposals selected by the federal and provincial governments to restore wild fish stocks.

Get going on universal child care: B.C. premier to provinces, territories, feds

VANCOUVER — Stressed-out Vancouver parents will get some relief knowing 2,300 child care spots will be available in about three years but the city currently has a shortfall of 17,000 spaces, the mayor says.

Overdose prevention opens where crisis grows in Powell River, B.C.

POWELL RIVER, B.C. — The small city of Powell River has been one of the hardest hit by British Columbia's overdose crisis, prompting Vancouver Coastal Health to open its first overdose prevention site outside of Vancouver on Thursday.

Identity of human remains in northern B.C. prompts police suspicions

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Human remains found last month near Prince George, B.C., have been identified and police say the death is suspicious. The remains were spotted June 24 by a person walking just west of Prince George.

B.C. seniors will no longer have to accept first available long-term care bed

VICTORIA — Seniors in British Columbia will have more long-term care options and choices starting this month.

Most fuel suppliers won't release profit margin details to B.C. gas price probe

VANCOUVER — Most gas suppliers in British Columbia are refusing to share how they set prices at the pump just days before hearings on the issue are set to begin at a public inquiry. The B.C.