Vast majority willing to pay day-use fee for Joffre Lakes: BC Parks survey

The vast majority of visitors to Joffe Lakes would be willing to pay a day-use fee, according to a new survey released by BC Parks.

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YVR Airport boosting improvement fee 25%, argues it’s needed for future growth – BC

Vancouver International Airport is raising its airport improvement fee from $20 to $25 — a move its leaders say is meant to fund future

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Transit police seek public’s help finding suspect in violent robberies on SkyTrain platforms – BC

Metro Vancouver Transit Police need the public to help them identify a suspect of two violent robberies on Vancouver SkyTrain platforms last month. According

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How a driftwood moose named after a country music star helped raise thousands for arts in northern B.C.

A moose made of driftwood and named after a country music star has helped raise thousands of dollars for arts and culture in northeastern

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BC Transit to install safety doors to protect drivers from assaults

BC Transit has announced it will install full-driver doors — which act as protective barriers between drivers and passengers — for the majority of its large buses

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B.C. jails need more guards to address growing inmate violence, union says

Jail guards protested outside the Okanagan Correctional Centre (OCC) in Oliver, B.C., on Monday, urging the provincial government to hire more correctional officers as

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Hurricane Dorian: B.C. man goes to great lengths to bring Bahamian family to the Okanagan

A Kelowna, B.C. man has gone to great lengths in a desperate attempt to temporarily bring his friends to Canada– after their home in

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Sherwood Park teen with GoPro helps solve B.C. missing person’s case

Max Werenka has been to Griffin Lake, near Revelstoke B.C. hundreds of times. He loves nature and often captures experiences with his GoPro. But

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BC Wildfire crews tackling wildfire west of Peachland

A number of small wildfires cropped up this week in the Kamloops Fire Centre, including a handful in the Okanagan. As of Saturday morning,

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B.C. photographer owes her bank $4,600 after falling victim to ‘overpayment scam’

A B.C. photographer is out thousands of dollars after falling victim to a scam that has cost its victims millions of dollars. “I’ve had

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