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Ucluelet mushroom buyer says novice pickers ‘devastating’ local industry

Ucluelet mushroom buyer says novice pickers ‘devastating’ local industry

"It’s only going to get worse and we should protect what little we do have left by regulating it,” Butch Sheaves told the Westerly News.
Government House polishes silver, stocks kitchen for royal visit

Government House polishes silver, stocks kitchen for royal visit

Government House polishing up for royal visit
BC Liberals pledge 3,000 new units through $500m housing fund

BC Liberals pledge 3,000 new units through $500m housing fund

Few details yet on new affordable housing projects, to be funded in part by foreign buyers tax
MSP hike off as real estate lifts B.C. budget surplus

MSP hike off as real estate lifts B.C. budget surplus

Property transfer tax expected to rake in nearly $1 billion more than planned for 2016
B.C. bear encounters soar with good weather, poor berries (with VIDEO)

B.C. bear encounters soar with good weather, poor berries (with VIDEO)

Conservation officers contend with aggressive grizzly near Squamish, urge caution as wildlife conflicts surge
Vancouver Island Salish artist's work to adorn BC ferry

Vancouver Island Salish artist's work to adorn BC ferry

Stz'uminus artist John Marston unveils design to adorn the new ship Salish Eagle on the Tsawwassen-Southern Gulf Islands
Enterovirus found in 8 B.C. children this summer

Enterovirus found in 8 B.C. children this summer

Officials with B.C. Centre for Disease Control urges precaution
A grizzly scene on northern Vancouver Island?

A grizzly scene on northern Vancouver Island?

Conservation officers urging public to stay away as they cross their fingers young grizzly bears don't complete Island-hop
B.C. minimum wage rises 40 cents today to $10.85 an hour

B.C. minimum wage rises 40 cents today to $10.85 an hour

Pay raise for 120,000 B.C. workers criticized as too small as labour, NDP push for $15 minimum
Walkability improvement project hinders drivability in Tofino

Walkability improvement project hinders drivability in Tofino

There will be some modifications that happen out there to regress this issue," said Tofino CAO Bob MacPherson.