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This is how much of a 'living wage' a B.C. family needs to earn in 2022

Higher housing costs coupled with more expensive child care and groceries have resulted in a higher living wage in many B.C. communities.

How climate change warped B.C.'s weather this fall

From the last week of September to the third week of October, climate change made temperatures across much of B.C. 1.5 to five times hotter, according to a new tool.

Why financial literacy should be a 'lifelong journey'

November is Financial Literacy Month. It's a time when Canadians are encouraged to reflect on their financial well-being, and build financial confidence.  "Canadians need to remember, especially...

Weekend rainfall warnings 'likely' as atmospheric river drenches B.C. coast

Expect heavy rain and some gusty winds, but nothing like last November, says Environment Canada.

B.C. mortgage company fined $12,500 for broker supervision breach

A broker was charged in August 2000 with nine counts of sexual assault and convicted of three, resulting in a one-year suspended sentence and one year of probation.

B.C. food bank sues donation platform operator for $143,000

The Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society contracted with Pinc Productions Inc. to create an online donations platform but $169,912 allegedly went missing.

B.C. gets 'F' on climate action report card

A coalition representing two million British Columbians has handed the B.C. government a failing grade in six out of 10 indicators on climate action.

B.C. calls on public as it looks to 'future-proof' province from floods

To counter increased risks to flooding, the B.C. government wants to improve flood maps, plan for community retreat in high-risk areas, and open up natural floodplains to give water a place to go....

Gen Xers outdo boomers with largest carbon footprint, BC Hydro report finds

More than half of millennials rate baby boomers as the least environmentally conscious generation.

Vancouver mayoral candidate Ken Sim met with CSIS

Two of Vancouver’s mayoral candidates have spoken with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service ahead of the upcoming election. Candidate Ken Sim says he personally approached CSIS after learning...