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Insurance anxiety looms for B.C. homeowners facing climate impacts

Insurance anxiety looms for B.C. homeowners facing climate impacts

Coverage prices could rise due to the impacts of climate change-fueled disasters
Student visa cap requires rethink, ignores economic realities: B.C. businesses

Student visa cap requires rethink, ignores economic realities: B.C. businesses

Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce CEO calls for more campus housing and better oversight
Cariboo ski hill reopens, offers free skiing to pass holders of closed hills

Cariboo ski hill reopens, offers free skiing to pass holders of closed hills

Troll Ski Resort received enough snow to reopen on the weekend
RCMP searching for luxury SUV seen fleeing Sicamous hotel murder scene

RCMP searching for luxury SUV seen fleeing Sicamous hotel murder scene

One man was shot to death in the parking lot of Sicamous Best Western on Feb. 24
B.C. firefighter recovering abroad after losing leg to ‘flesh-eating’ infection

B.C. firefighter recovering abroad after losing leg to ‘flesh-eating’ infection

Vancouver assistant fire chief contracted infection while on family vacation
Small out-of-control wildfire burning near Chetwynd, B.C.

Small out-of-control wildfire burning near Chetwynd, B.C.

Fire sparked Friday, believed to be human-caused
‘He can’t hurt anybody else’: Accused in B.C. murder case dies in custody

‘He can’t hurt anybody else’: Accused in B.C. murder case dies in custody

Teresa Bartz, sister of murdered Willy Bartz, is feeling relieved after seven years of court proceedings
B.C. Budget 2024 doesn’t go far enough for children, youth: Representative

B.C. Budget 2024 doesn’t go far enough for children, youth: Representative

Children, their families telling her ‘very loudly’ that more was expected: Jennifer Charlesworth
Business leaders criticize, praise B.C.’s budget in talk with Premier Eby

Business leaders criticize, praise B.C.’s budget in talk with Premier Eby

Eby says budget will help B.C. respond to growing population and set the stage for economic growth
Real estate economist says B.C.’s flipping tax might backfire

Real estate economist says B.C.’s flipping tax might backfire

B.C. Real Estate Association: new tax won’t curb speculation, may give people disincentive to sell