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Global study, B.C. researcher analyze how mammals responded during pandemic

Global study, B.C. researcher analyze how mammals responded during pandemic

Animals more active in developed areas, less so around humans in natural areas
Osoyoos Lake being kept higher after dry winter increases drought risk

Osoyoos Lake being kept higher after dry winter increases drought risk

Okanagan Lake is also being kept higher than usual for this time of year
Barn destroyed by flames in Revelstoke

Barn destroyed by flames in Revelstoke

Most animals were able to escape the fire in the barn
Scientists studying possible health impacts of incoming Squamish LNG plant

Scientists studying possible health impacts of incoming Squamish LNG plant

Pollution produced during gas flaring process could impact area residents, study authors say
Body of missing B.C. woman found; man arrested and released

Body of missing B.C. woman found; man arrested and released

RCMP located the deceased woman after investigating an alleged abduction
Liberals set to ‘meet the moment’, appeal to voters as budget unveiled Tuesday

Liberals set to ‘meet the moment’, appeal to voters as budget unveiled Tuesday

Government has already announced much new spending, about to explain how they will foot the bill
‘I’m looking forward to changing my ways’: Penticton shoplifter gets time served

‘I’m looking forward to changing my ways’: Penticton shoplifter gets time served

Trevor Joseph Glenn will spend the next 18 months on probation
10 billion trees planted in B.C. since reforestation work began 94 years ago

10 billion trees planted in B.C. since reforestation work began 94 years ago

A ceremonial seedling was planted at Green Timbers Urban Forest Park in Surrey
Former B.C. premier Horgan helps sell Canadian hydrogen in Germany

Former B.C. premier Horgan helps sell Canadian hydrogen in Germany

But recent agreement between Canada and Germany will largely benefit Atlantic Canada
B.C.’s rural communities need more from health authorities: UBC prof

B.C.’s rural communities need more from health authorities: UBC prof

Dr. Jude Kornelsen says transparency, communication needed to improve trust, effectiveness