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Nurse-to-patient ratios unveiled as B.C. pumps $237M into nurse incentives

Nurse-to-patient ratios unveiled as B.C. pumps $237M into nurse incentives

Health Minister Adrian Dix says 1st-in-Canada ratios will improve care, reduce burnout
Petition calls for vomit bags in all taxis, ride-hailing after fatal B.C. crash

Petition calls for vomit bags in all taxis, ride-hailing after fatal B.C. crash

Transportation Ministry says it is looking into the suggestion
B.C.’s public universities will ‘largely remain whole’ under foreign student cap

B.C.’s public universities will ‘largely remain whole’ under foreign student cap

Post-secondary minister expects some private institutions to close as capping begins next week
Grieving Surrey parents call for answers on in-school suicide supports

Grieving Surrey parents call for answers on in-school suicide supports

‘Our daughter could have used more information’
B.C. cop who drove in wrong lane during chase-turned-crash cleared of wrongdoing

B.C. cop who drove in wrong lane during chase-turned-crash cleared of wrongdoing

The driver of the suspect vehicle had several fractures and cuts to his ear, scalp
Taylor Swift-themed market – with concert ticket draw – coming to Fort Langley

Taylor Swift-themed market – with concert ticket draw – coming to Fort Langley

The upcoming event promises cover bands and a drag performance
3 B.C. outlets closing as The Body Shop seeks bankruptcy protection

3 B.C. outlets closing as The Body Shop seeks bankruptcy protection

Cosmetic chain’s Canadian division announces closures at about 1/3 of its 105 stores
Orchard expansion raising concerns about Okanagan wildlife corridor

Orchard expansion raising concerns about Okanagan wildlife corridor

Fences and agriculture encroaching toward tradition path for elk, deer and other animals
Toxic waste kills 19 eagles at Prince Rupert dump

Toxic waste kills 19 eagles at Prince Rupert dump

City says substance was contained to pond at landfill and not released into the broader environment
Fire that burned B.C. school to the ground was human caused: Police

Fire that burned B.C. school to the ground was human caused: Police

Hazel Trembath Elementary in Port Coquitlam was destroyed in a fire on Oct. 14, 2023