As people return to the workplace, post-secondary students resume in-person learning, and more things open up, parking lots are once again full of vehicles that are left unattended for hours at a time.
The BC Assembly of First Nations acknowledges the apology from Pope Francis to First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples in Canada, for the Catholic Church's role in Indian Residential Schools, and the intergenerational traumas caused by atrocities committed to our children.
Many students across B.C. returned to school this week amid a pandemic that has not ended, but without the protection offered by mask mandates.
The Nanaimo RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating 25-year-old Jessica Maley-Ross who was reported missing by her family on Friday March 25, 2022. Investigators were told that the last contact they had with her was in October of 2021.
The Province is announcing that B.C.'s public auto insurer will provide a one-time relief rebate of $110 to customers to ease the financial burden of increased gas prices caused by the invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces.
Starting immediately on Monday, March 21, 2022, rapid antigen test kits will be available to people aged 30 years and older through community pharmacies.
Eligible individuals can pick up one kit of five tests every 28 days from participating pharmacies at no cost. Individuals must present their personal health number when picking up the kit.
Camping enthusiasts can now try out the improved BC Parks reservation service before it opens for bookings on March 21.
March 18, 2022, marks the 32nd anniversary of the death of 73-year old Kathleen Vauden Kermode, lovingly known as ‘Kay’. Overnight on March 17-18, 1990, the suspect gained entry to Kermode’s Sunset Beach home by climbing a ladder to the raised deck and opening a sliding glass door.
On June 1, 2022, B.C.'s lowest-paid workers will get a pay boost, with the general minimum wage increasing from $15.20 to $15.65 an hour.