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    Bear population attempting to live alongside people, but its not enough: study

    Grizzly bears are doing their best to get along with people, but it still isn’t enough.Newly published research assessing more than 40 years...

    COMMENTARY: Are the American hordes really at the gates of Canada?

    In British Columbia, they’re calling it the “Alaska Loophole,” a sneaky border-hopping move by Americans looking for an illegal Canadian vacation.And with COVID-19...

    Vancouver Park Board delays decision on drinking in parks

    The Vancouver Park Board putts off vote to allow drinking at public beaches and parks until July 20th. Julia Foy reports. Source link

    Vancouver Park Board delays vote on drinking in select parks for possible expansion – BC

    The Vancouver Park Board wants staff to keep looking into a pilot project for drinking in select parks.A motion to defer that was...

    Global News Hour at 6: Jul 6

    Watch Global News Hour at 6 with Chris Gailus and Sophie Lui for Jul 6 Source link

    B.C. evening weather forecast: Jul 6

    The Monday, July 6, 2020 evening weather forecast for Metro Vancouver and British Columbia. Source link

    Vancouver councillor wants to see shared e-scooter pilot by fall

    Vancouver city councillor Sarah Kirby-Yung is pushing to get a shared e-scooter pilot project up and running by the fall, arguing the motorized...

    Park Board to vote on allowing drinking in some Vancouver parks

    The Vancouver Park is set to vote on a pilot project that would allow people to drink in designated areas of ten city...

    Six more COVID-19 deaths in B.C., all of them in long-term care

    In the latest provincial update Dr. Bonnie Henry says the past three days have seen 31 more cases reported and six deaths. The...

    Flood concerns in Cache Creek, residents call for provincial help

    Hundreds of residents of Cache Creek are keeping a nervous eye on a river and the town’s namesake creek – as floodwaters inch...

    ICBC to resume non-commercial road tests July 20

    ICBC is gearing up to resume non-commercial road tests after the pandemic hiatus saw more than 55,000 appointments cancelled. Richard Zussman has more...

    Vancouver dad wins court case in fight to let his kids ride the bus on their own – BC

    The B.C. Court of Appeal has sided with a Vancouver dad who had fought to let his kids take the bus home from...

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    Bear population attempting to live alongside people, but its not enough: study

    Grizzly bears are doing their best to get along with people, but it still isn’t enough.Newly published research assessing more than 40 years...

    COMMENTARY: Are the American hordes really at the gates of Canada?

    In British Columbia, they’re calling it the “Alaska Loophole,” a sneaky border-hopping move by Americans looking for an illegal Canadian vacation.And with COVID-19...

    Vancouver Park Board delays decision on drinking in parks

    The Vancouver Park Board putts off vote to allow drinking at public beaches and parks until July 20th. Julia Foy reports. Source link

    Vancouver Park Board delays vote on drinking in select parks for possible expansion – BC

    The Vancouver Park Board wants staff to keep looking into a pilot project for drinking in select parks.A motion to defer that was...
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