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B.C.’s public universities will ‘largely remain whole’ under foreign student cap

B.C.’s public universities will ‘largely remain whole’ under foreign student cap

Post-secondary minister expects some private institutions to close as capping begins next week
B.C. school district removes 4 books from reading list, citing racial equity

B.C. school district removes 4 books from reading list, citing racial equity

To Kill a Mockingbird among tomes pulled, but still available for ‘responsible’ use
Whitecaps aim to bring momentum from early start into home opener

Whitecaps aim to bring momentum from early start into home opener

Vancouver hosts Charlotte on March 2 to kick off the MLS season
Canada shies away from clothes shopping, apparel stores brace for tough year

Canada shies away from clothes shopping, apparel stores brace for tough year

‘It’s not as if they are queuing up in order to buy more, let’s put it that way’
Grieving Surrey parents call for answers on in-school suicide supports

Grieving Surrey parents call for answers on in-school suicide supports

‘Our daughter could have used more information’
Ottawa extending Canada’s local journalism funding program

Ottawa extending Canada’s local journalism funding program

$58.8M will be available to fund journalists in under-represented communities until 2027
B.C. cop who drove in wrong lane during chase-turned-crash cleared of wrongdoing

B.C. cop who drove in wrong lane during chase-turned-crash cleared of wrongdoing

The driver of the suspect vehicle had several fractures and cuts to his ear, scalp
3 B.C. outlets closing as The Body Shop seeks bankruptcy protection

3 B.C. outlets closing as The Body Shop seeks bankruptcy protection

Cosmetic chain’s Canadian division announces closures at about 1/3 of its 105 stores
Orchard expansion raising concerns about Okanagan wildlife corridor

Orchard expansion raising concerns about Okanagan wildlife corridor

Fences and agriculture encroaching toward tradition path for elk, deer and other animals
THE MOJ: Fire still burns hot for J.T. Miller, but the flames are steadier

THE MOJ: Fire still burns hot for J.T. Miller, but the flames are steadier

Miller’s career year and the team’s increased success are feeding off each other