A Lower Mainland grief counselling group is using Canada’s first annual National Bereavement Day as an opportunity to educate on grief, and get politicians talking about extending bereavement leave.
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An aquaculture company has admitted responsibility for an incident in which thousands of fish feed bags washed up on a group of pristine west coast islands.
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The company behind the proposal for a new casino and entertainment centre in Delta has submitted its application to the city.
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Hodul’eh-a: A Place of Learning seeks to repatriate Lheidli T’enneh cultural items from around the world and centre them in a museum located on traditional lands that are now a major city park in Prince George.
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The British Columbia Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Nevsun Resources to have a human rights case against the miner moved to the Eritrea.
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Washington state’s governor says travel bans on immigrants and refugees have caused economic and moral wounds in the United States.
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Prince George city council has voted to stop classifying pit bulls and other bully breeds as “dangerous” and instead focus on the behaviour of individual dogs, as part of new rules around animal ownership in the city.
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