Alcohol on BC Ferries: dangerous or delicious? Critics and advocates weigh-in

The announcement that BC Ferries will serve beer and wine on certain sailings as part of a pilot project this June has been met

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Vancouver may not see ban on plastic straws, styrofoam containers until next year – BC

Environmentally-conscious diners in Vancouver may have to wait until next year before seeing a total ban on plastic straws and styrofoam containers. A new

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First Nations disagree on impacts of tanker ban at Northern B.C. Senate hearings

A Senate committee on transportation and communication holding public hearings in Northern B.C. this week heard competing arguments from First Nations about the impacts of a tanker ban. 

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WATCH: Global News Hour at 6 – Feb. 24 – BC

Watch the online edition of Global News Hour at 6 for Sunday, Feb. 2, 2019. View more Global BC videos by clicking here Help

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B.C. to expand firefighter occupational disease coverage to wildfire crews

Firefighters who have battled British Columbia wildfires, fire investigators and fire crews working for Indigenous groups will be eligible for greater access to job-related

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B.C. Liberals calling on province to stagger welfare cheques to avoid ‘Welfare Wednesday’

It’s a day first responders across the province worry about: welfare cheque day. B.C. Liberal MLA Jane Thornthwaite is hoping to change that. Currently,

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‘You want to scream’: Cost of organ transplant a worry for some B.C. patients

When Peggy Mahoney discovered she had a rare liver condition and required a transplant, it came as a shock. “No one saw it coming because I was

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B.C. Interior residents say province’s caribou protection plans will lead to forestry job losses

The B.C. government’s efforts to protect the province’s dwindling caribou population is taking pushback from people in the Interior, who say the plan will

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B.C. teen the youngest competitor in race across the Sahara Desert

At the time of this writing, Fort Langley teen Jack Davison is likely knee-deep in hot sand and questioning his choices. The 16-year-old is the youngest

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Snow on B.C. mountain highway surprises travelers

One minute it can be sunny and the roads clear; the next minute, the clouds move in and the roads are covered with slushy

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