Cindy White, Castanet

BC Chamber of Commerce calls for end to pickets lines and de-escalation of BCGEU job action

The BC Chamber of Commerce wants a de-escalation of job action at affected liquor and cannabis distribution centres

BCGEU accepts government offer to return to the bargaining table

Demands for higher wages that keep pace with inflation are at the heart of the dispute

Okanagan housing prices drive exodus to Alberta and beyond

Cheaper housing, higher wages lure families east

B.C. Human Rights Commissioner calls on Dr. Henry to restore mask mandate

"There will be a day where the mask mandate may be lifted, but that day is not here yet," says Kasari Govender in a letter addressed to the province's top doctor

B.C. slated to receive 16 million COVID-19 rapid test kits by mid-February

The tests are being distributed based on a priority list set by public health officials

Cost of repairing B.C. highways damaged by flooding estimated at $170-$220m

Progress is being made on repairs to Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon, says Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Rob Fleming

Repairs to Highway 1 through Fraser Canyon progressing toward mid-January opening

Affected areas are in steep terrain, with significant geotechnical risk