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Moving some ICBC matters to tribunal acceptable, top court rules

Moving some ICBC matters to tribunal acceptable, top court rules

ICBC's financial viability was being threatened by its previous motor vehicle accident compensation regulatory scheme, B.C.'s Chief Justice Robert Bauman said in a May 12 decision approving moving issues to the Civil Resolution Tribunal.
Another BC NDP government official quits to join a lobbying firm

Another BC NDP government official quits to join a lobbying firm

Departure of health minister’s senior aide continues trend that began after party came to power in 2017.
Why Metro Vancouver farms don't offer cow cuddling (but goats are another story)

Why Metro Vancouver farms don't offer cow cuddling (but goats are another story)

Cow cuddles can be therapeutic, but locally it's all about the goats instead. Here's why.
Canada-wide recall of skin-cleansing products due to possible microbial contamination

Canada-wide recall of skin-cleansing products due to possible microbial contamination

Check your medicine cabinets.
Contracts still not awarded for permanent repairs to the Coquihalla, set to begin this summer

Contracts still not awarded for permanent repairs to the Coquihalla, set to begin this summer

An announcement is expected in the coming weeks.
Canadian professionals are more burnt out than last year, report finds

Canadian professionals are more burnt out than last year, report finds

Schedule flexibility has created a sense that people need to be available at all times, making it harder to disconnect from work.
Ocean rescue 'heroes' the subject of new television series

Ocean rescue 'heroes' the subject of new television series

TV series "a chance for us to shine the light on a group of young mariners ... on B.C.'s west coast."
Canadians living near wildfires have greater risk of lung cancer, brain tumours

Canadians living near wildfires have greater risk of lung cancer, brain tumours

Wildfires can have harmful impacts on air quality but they can also pollute aquatic, soil, and indoor environments.
B.C. student headed to Ottawa to work in the House of Commons

B.C. student headed to Ottawa to work in the House of Commons

A Kamloops student will be bringing his passion for politics to Parliament Hill this fall, having been selected as one of 40 youths to take on a one-year term working as a House of Commons page.
The symptoms of COVID-19 appear to be changing. Here's what to look for

The symptoms of COVID-19 appear to be changing. Here's what to look for

More people are reporting different symptoms of the virus.