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Few BC Parks bookings going to commercial operators, solution is more campsite spaces, Environment Minister Mary Polak says
Small communities have more than 400 doctor vacancies, with 'telehealth' and visiting specialists filling gaps
In honour of Canada's 149th birthday, we have compiled some Canadian trivia questions. How many can you answer?
1,800 new spaces in 30 communities to start construction this fall, minister Stephanie Cadieux says
Gift From Within aims to register 1,000 more registered donors and raise money for the Canadian Transplant Association
Totem symbolizes Coast Salish tradition of respectful listening, with little effect on ill-tempered debate in Victoria
Online option now available for licences, paper version of limited entry hunting applications phased out for 2017
Conservation officers have 300 bear conflict calls so far this month, with roadside bear viewing, feeding among problems
Guaranteed Income Supplement, rental assistance and discount bus pass depend on Canada Revenue Agency filing
Up to 100 income assistance clients a week signing up for job training, child care and transportation, minister Michelle Stilwell says
Health and recreation services compiled for 292 publicly funded facilities, as well as 'serious adverse events'
Social Development Minister Michelle Stilwell says subsidized bus pass system continues, 40,000 rural people to get same value
Health Minister Terry Lake says changes to 'rigid regulations' coming on advice of BC Seniors' Advocate
Top choices extend their streak of popularity in 2014, according to Vitals Statistics Agency
Aurora borealis set to blaze further south than usual after Monday's sunspot eruption
Zero-emission vehicles group wants to reduce vehicle greenhouse gas emissions 40 per cent by 2050.
Free use permits are available for most areas of the province, good for one tree in designated areas of provincial forest
H2N2 influenza cases already showing up around B.C., strains of influenza B expected to show up by February
A new poll of British Columbians has the Park and surfer's paradise one-two atop the province's travel destinations.
Virtual reality lets people experience a boat trip and a hike into the high country of the remote central coast at Nimmo Bay