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ELECTION 2017: Medical premiums and promises

MSP is not only a tax, it’s a payroll tax for nearly half of those subject to it

Advance voting starts Saturday

There will be six days of advance voting prior to B.C.’s general election day on May 9

B.C. first responders see record number of suspected overdoses Wednesday

The spike in overdose-related calls coincides with ‘Welfare Wednesday’, officials say

UPDATE: Canada-wide Shaw service restored

Shaw customers across Canada are experiencing problems with telephone, TV and internet service.

Two women take on province over domestic abuse legal aid

Women’s advocates want to see better legal aid for women in violent relationships

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Opening Statements
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Yvonne and Elizabeth
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Cranbrook prepares to honour Battle of Vimy Ridge
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Opening Statements

The candidates in the riding of Kootenay East offer introductory remarks in April 25’s Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce all-candidates forum

B.C. leaders square off in TV debate

Christy Clark, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver battle it out ahead of May 9 election

ELECTION 2017: Parties try to get a grip on B.C.’s overdose deaths

The Greens pledge big funding, B.C. NDP wants a new ministry and B.C. Liberals commit to more beds

Christy Clark calls for U.S. thermal coal export ban

Clark asks Justin Trudeau to ban U.S. thermal coal shipments to B.C. for sale to Asia

Homeowners burned by foregoing house inspections

Despite the market normalizing, experts say many buyers are still skipping housing inspections

ELECTION 2017: TV debate a test for party leaders

Christy Clark, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver face off for 90 minutes

ELECTION 2017: Parties debate child care

B.C. NDP and Green Party look to subsidize daycare costs while the B.C. Liberals aim to add spaces

Trial hears from former wife of polygamist leader

Jane Blackmore, the first wife of Winston Blackmore, testifes about her upbringing and relationships with sister wives.

Clark talking tough on timber in Maple Ridge mill

But NDP say Clark slow on issue after U.S. duties suddenly slapped on lumber

Physiotherapy could help combat B.C.’s opioid crisis: report

A provincial association says physio is a non-pharmaceutical adjunct to prescribed opioids

Organ donation: People helping people

The waiting list for an organ transplant is long — everyone from children to seniors, and all walks of life. This week is National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week

UPDATE: Christy Clark says province will buy lumber to protect B.C. mills

Ruling finds subsidies in lumber from Tolko, Canfor and West Fraser, duties apply to all mills

Blackmore denies marrying underage girls in RCMP interview

Court hears recording between Winston Blackmore and an RCMP officer following his arrest in 2009.

UPDATED: Rescued pups have a new lease on life

The BC SPCA has removed 30 animals from a breeder in Lillooet