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Guest list for Eby swearing-in as B.C. premier didn’t include Appadurai

Guest list for Eby swearing-in as B.C. premier didn’t include Appadurai

The name of David Eby’s challenger for the NDP leadership does not appear on the guest list for his swearing-in as Premier. Eby took the oath of office Nov. 18 from Lt.-Gov.
B.C. smashes 34 temperature records as up to 20 cm of snowfall is expected in Metro Vancouver

B.C. smashes 34 temperature records as up to 20 cm of snowfall is expected in Metro Vancouver

A winter storm watch is in place as up to 20 cm of more snow is expected.
Saanich police chief says he hopes IIO report brings closure

Saanich police chief says he hopes IIO report brings closure

Saanich Police Chief Dean Duthie and Victoria Police Chief Del Manak say June’s Saanich BMO bank robbery has taken a physical and emotional toll.
IIO finds lethal force justified in shooting deaths of bank robbers; how the gunfight unfolded

IIO finds lethal force justified in shooting deaths of bank robbers; how the gunfight unfolded

B.C.’s police watchdog has cleared officers of any wrongdoing in the shooting deaths of two heavily-armed bank robbers at a Shelbourne Bank of Montreal branch in June.
Royal B.C. Museum embarks on three-year public consultation process to plot its future

Royal B.C. Museum embarks on three-year public consultation process to plot its future

Meetings will begin in Victoria and expand to the rest of the province; three years too long, says DVBA's Jeff Bray
Brief evacuation lifted in northeastern B.C. after crash south of Pouce Coupe

Brief evacuation lifted in northeastern B.C. after crash south of Pouce Coupe

POUCE COUPE, B.C. — Officials in northeastern British Columbia have rescinded an evacuation order issued Wednesday after the crash of a tanker truck carrying hazardous material.
Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark gains four-year renewal from UNESCO

Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark gains four-year renewal from UNESCO

Designation signifies "highest level of sustainable tourism promoting geological and cultural heritage."
B.C. winter havoc conjures up memories of past "Decembers to remember"

B.C. winter havoc conjures up memories of past "Decembers to remember"

Is this another December to Remember? It could already be one to forget, for those that have suffered in one way or another. The Dec.
Ukrainian woman finds safety, outlet for her art in B.C.

Ukrainian woman finds safety, outlet for her art in B.C.

The nightmares are becoming less frequent for Krystyna Makarchuk. But memories of war remain for the woman who escaped Russian bombs to find safe haven in Vernon.
B.C. judge denies Save Old Growth protester conditional discharge

B.C. judge denies Save Old Growth protester conditional discharge

A Vancouver teacher faced the music in Provincial Court Wednesday and got schooled by a judge for her role in illegal Save Old Growth blockades.