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Almost 60,000 Paw Patrol children's bottles recalled due to choking hazard

Almost 60,000 Paw Patrol children's bottles recalled due to choking hazard

Health Canada has issued the warning for the children's bottles sold in Dollarama stores across the country
Vegetable farmer calls for more government support to feed British Columbians

Vegetable farmer calls for more government support to feed British Columbians

“Farming has become a very capital-intensive business," says an economics professor
B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

Grocery, meal-kit delivery services in the province face tight price-balancing act
Rare butterfly, thought to be extinct in Canada, making a comeback on Vancouver Island

Rare butterfly, thought to be extinct in Canada, making a comeback on Vancouver Island

Taylor’s checkerspot, with its exquisite black, orange and white patterns, was once abundant in Greater Victoria. Then it disappeared.
Trudeau visits Vancouver school, Ukrainian bakery ahead of Liberal fundraiser

Trudeau visits Vancouver school, Ukrainian bakery ahead of Liberal fundraiser

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jokingly warned students at a Vancouver school Tuesday that they need to be nice to their substitute teachers because they’ll never know when those former teachers might show up with a motorcade filled with p
Trudeau visits Vancouver school, Ukrainian bakery ahead of Liberal fundraiser

Trudeau visits Vancouver school, Ukrainian bakery ahead of Liberal fundraiser

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jokingly warned students at a Vancouver school Tuesday that they need to be nice to their substitute teachers because they’ll never know when those former teachers might show up with a motorcade filled with p
Denman doctor suspended for allegedly signing false vaccine, mask exemptions

Denman doctor suspended for allegedly signing false vaccine, mask exemptions

Dr. Stephen Malthouse has spoken at rallies against public health measures and allegedly signed fake vaccine and mask exemptions.
Alleged elevator injury at B.C. health-care facility sparks lawsuit

Alleged elevator injury at B.C. health-care facility sparks lawsuit

A woman is alleging she suffered head, brain and other injuries following the November 2021 incident.
Real estate agents: government hacking at problem with wrong tool

Real estate agents: government hacking at problem with wrong tool

Darlene Hyde, chief executive of the B.C. Real Estate Association, said B.C.'s planned cooling-off period will create more problems than it solves.
B.C. records one death from COVID-19; sees slight drop in hospitalizations

B.C. records one death from COVID-19; sees slight drop in hospitalizations

VICTORIA — The number of people in hospital due to COVID-19 has dropped slightly in British Columbia. The Health Ministry says in a statement Tuesday that there were 273 people in hospital and 46 in intensive care.