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'It's a sombre place': Broncos permanent memorial in the works

'It's a sombre place': Broncos permanent memorial in the works

“From everything we've talked about, we know that their hearts are in the right place, they're going to try and do something to honour the Broncos. And I'm sure they'll do a good job,” Chris Joseph said.
Giant 'murder-hornet' with painful sting discovered in BC

Giant 'murder-hornet' with painful sting discovered in BC

Just a couple of weeks ago, the first-ever Asian giant hornet nest in the U.S. was discovered just south of the B.C. border in Blaine, Washington.
Province scraps temporary foreign worker frontline tourism jobs

Province scraps temporary foreign worker frontline tourism jobs

“Unfortunately, the decision to add frontline tourism occupations to the ‘refusal to process list’ will not help position our destination to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.”
Parks Canada forming expert panel to advise on long-term visitor management plan

Parks Canada forming expert panel to advise on long-term visitor management plan

“The panel will have the flexibility to consider a wide range of tools that are used in other protected areas and like places.”
Social media a downer?

Social media a downer?

UBCO study indicates it's not social media, but how we use it, impacting outlook
Alberta confirms Canada's first human case of swine flu in central part of province

Alberta confirms Canada's first human case of swine flu in central part of province

EDMONTON — Alberta's chief medical officer of health says Canada's first confirmed case of H1N2v, a variant swine flu virus found in humans, has been detected in the central part of the province. Dr. Deena Hinshaw and Dr.
'An insult to the families:' Saskatchewan government wants out of Broncos lawsuit

'An insult to the families:' Saskatchewan government wants out of Broncos lawsuit

REGINA — Lawyers for the Saskatchewan government are to be in a Regina courtroom Wednesday to ask a judge to remove the province from a lawsuit filed by families of victims of the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
Parliamentary budget officer rebukes Trudeau government over spending secrecy

Parliamentary budget officer rebukes Trudeau government over spending secrecy

OTTAWA — Parliament's budget watchdog has called out the Trudeau government for not providing information on billions of dollars in planned federal spending.
O’Regan says he will ‘monitor’ methane rules. Critics say it’s time to strengthen them

O’Regan says he will ‘monitor’ methane rules. Critics say it’s time to strengthen them

Methane, the main component in natural gas, is 86 times as powerful as carbon dioxide in trapping heat in the atmosphere over a 20-year period
Province may formalize First Nations policing

Province may formalize First Nations policing

This fall, the province is conducting an ongoing review of the Police Act