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“Not a single positive reaction” to Vancouver Commodore Ballroom going cashless

The Commodore Ballroom posted late Monday afternoon they will no longer be accepting cash as payment, the comment sections has been flood with dissatisfied...

Kelowna homeless say they were bribed with burgers and $50 to protest outside city hall Monday

Kelowna city council candidate Daniel Joseph organized a homeless protest outside of city hall Monday to draw attention to the problem. He said that it's an...

Some B.C. health care workers no longer need to be vaccinated, provincial health officer rules

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has dropped the requirement for private regulated health professionals to be vaccinated. On Thursday, September 15, 2022, a news...

Horgan announces 2% rent cap and rebates to select groups for inflation relief

Horgan boasted about his government providing $400-million worth of ICBC rebates before the rise in inflation. The IBCB rebate gave vehicle owners $110 rebate cheques...

B.C. health officials say mandates and restrictions unlikely but tease their return

BC health officials are encouraging all British Columbians five years of age and older to register for a booster vaccine as they have warn...

Lowest human-caused wildfire seasons on BC records in 70+ years

During a media conference British Columbia wildfire report for September says 1,355 wildfires have been recorded in the province since April 1, 2022, resulting...

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