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Residential school sites host potential unmarked graves: Ahousaht First Nation

Residential school sites host potential unmarked graves: Ahousaht First Nation

Scanning, document combing continues as project looks to reveal truths of former students
Okanagan man sues over alleged unflawful 2022 arrest in Kelowna

Okanagan man sues over alleged unflawful 2022 arrest in Kelowna

The lawsuit names the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General as the one responsible for the RCMP
Free counselling cut for non-status residential school survivors in B.C.

Free counselling cut for non-status residential school survivors in B.C.

Health authority says mental health care only offered to those with First Nations status going forward
UPDATE: Explosives unit removes WW2 grenades from Vernon RCMP station

UPDATE: Explosives unit removes WW2 grenades from Vernon RCMP station

The detachment was cordoned off for hours after a member of the public brought the items in
Royal BC Museum enters 20-year agreement to house iconic Terry Fox collection

Royal BC Museum enters 20-year agreement to house iconic Terry Fox collection

Brother says partnership will engage Canadians with ‘Terry’s story of hope, courage and determination’
B.C. to establish protest-free buffer zones around K-12 schools

B.C. to establish protest-free buffer zones around K-12 schools

Attorney-General Niki Sharma tabled promised legislation April 10
Suspected substance use incident sends Penticton hospital staff to emergency

Suspected substance use incident sends Penticton hospital staff to emergency

Some staff memebers reported feeling unwell after a bad smell at the hospital
Creston RCMP searching for missing man

Creston RCMP searching for missing man

Jesse Wood may have gone to Cranbrook, although cannot be corroborated at this time, police say
Timber-framed construction free to climb 6 storeys higher in B.C.

Timber-framed construction free to climb 6 storeys higher in B.C.

B.C. building code to allow mass timber in buildings up to 18 storeys, up from 12
Wildfire-damaged timber salvaging to get easier in B.C.

Wildfire-damaged timber salvaging to get easier in B.C.

Province changing fees, process in order to encourage salvaging