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B.C. adds 12,300 jobs in September as return to classrooms drives growth

B.C. adds 12,300 jobs in September as return to classrooms drives growth

Most of the province’s gains stemming from educational services.
B.C.-based Uber drivers claim they were fired for refusing unsafe work

B.C.-based Uber drivers claim they were fired for refusing unsafe work

In one case a driver says a woman became violent when he asked her to wear a mask.
B.C. whale-watch operators, fishers 'routinely violating' killer whale buffer zones: report

B.C. whale-watch operators, fishers 'routinely violating' killer whale buffer zones: report

A new study show operators breached the 400-metre legal buffer between boats and whales 84 times across 12 days.
Black bear drops from tree after being shot by tranquilizer gun in busy downtown Port Coquitlam

Black bear drops from tree after being shot by tranquilizer gun in busy downtown Port Coquitlam

Conservation officers say bruin wasn't hurt but needed to be relocated as city was planning a major event
Enter an illuminated winter wonderland at this Metro Vancouver drive-thru (PHOTOS)

Enter an illuminated winter wonderland at this Metro Vancouver drive-thru (PHOTOS)

You can buy tickets for the popular event now.
McDonald's Canada moving to paper straws, wooden cutlery

McDonald's Canada moving to paper straws, wooden cutlery

Single-use plastics will be removed from 1,400 restaurants by December.
Arrest made in Vancouver hit and run caught on video (VIDEO)

Arrest made in Vancouver hit and run caught on video (VIDEO)

One woman was taken to hospital.
These two Canadian trains were ranked among the best in the world (VIDEO)

These two Canadian trains were ranked among the best in the world (VIDEO)

Have you taken these trains before? 🚄
B.C.'s oil and gas subsidy program 'broken': independent assessment

B.C.'s oil and gas subsidy program 'broken': independent assessment

An independent assessment is calling for an overhaul of an outdated oil and gas royalty scheme that has provided over $10 billion to industry.
B.C. psychiatrist sues Interior Health after attack by patient

B.C. psychiatrist sues Interior Health after attack by patient

The civil trial is scheduled to run for 39 days.
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