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Local governments in B.C. push back against provincial short-term rental regulation
Some local municipalities in B.C. are pushing back against the province’s new legislation that imposes limitations on short-term rentals.
Comedy show cancelled after outrage over Robert Pickton T-shirts
A comedy club in New Westminster, B.C., says a show featuring comedy troupe Danger Cats has been cancelled after public outrage over the group's sale of T-shirts depicting serial killer Robert Pickton.
Heiltsuk Nation sues federal government over ban on herring spawn fishery
The Heiltsuk Nation claims the federal fisheries minister's decision to close the commercial harvest of herring spawn-on-kelp in the nation's territory was an infringement of its Aboriginal rights.
B.C. dog's leg amputated after getting caught in trap
A working dog on a farm north of Fort St. John, B.C., had to have its leg amputated after getting caught in a trap its owner believes was set for wolves. Wildlife protection charity The Fur-Bearers is calling for immediate updates to trapping regulations, including mandatory signage and notifications for nearby landowners.
World-famous Helmcken Falls viewpoint to close for 2 months due to upgrades
B.C. Parks has a planned closure for May and June for a $2-million project replacing the viewing platform for Helmcken Falls in Wells Gray Provincial Park, closing part of the road leading to the viewpoint.
Canada's international student spike was blamed on private colleges. Here's what really happened
Wet snow falling on B.C.'s South Coast
Most voyeurism incidents on transit don't result in charges: data
Wolf and bear hides among hunting trophies stolen in northern B.C. break in
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As B.C. makes official apology, some Doukhobor survivors dissatisfied with compensation offer
'Art is getting away with it ... they're not': Indigenous comedians weigh in on Pickton T-shirts
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