If turkey is on the menu for Christmas Day this year, you may have heard the news that Canada's turkey stocks are at a 30-year low. That has many rushing out to secure that perfect bird now, but on Vancouver Island, you're not going to have to worry.
Indigenous leaders and experts in British Columbia outlined their concerns Wednesday over the provincial government's process to save old-growth forests, while underscoring the urgency to preserve at-risk ecosystems.
Addressing concerns about lengthy wait times faced by callers needing emergency assistance, B.C.'s provider of 911 services says it's implementing a new process, but the operators themselves are against the idea.
As climate change is top-of-mind for many British Columbians, the Capital Regional District has updated a project that identifies the areas most vulnerable to flooding as a result of coastal storms and sea-level rise.
A progress report on a plan to address anti-Indigenous racism in British Columbia's health-care system says Aboriginal patients continue to disproportionately die as a result of the impacts of racism and the two ongoing public-health emergencies.