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Funding will support Indigenous youth across BC

The BC Association of Funding Centres will expand access to education and training opportunities for Indigenous youth after receiving a provincial grant totaling more than $10 million. Minister of social development and poverty reduction Sheila Malcolmson says the money will go a long way to support more than 500 Indigenous...

B.C. makes doubling of subsidized vet college seats permanent

Finding medical care for your pet or livestock should become easier in the coming years. The provincial government says a recent doubling of subsidized seats for B.C. veterinary students will be permanent, as the province copes with a vet shortage. The number of subsidized seats for B.C. students at the Western...

Snowmobile accident leads to organs helping 13 people

After the accident of 33-year-old Trevor Pierce of Williams Lake, work has been done to spread the word on snowmobile ramp safety. His wife, Shanelle Pierce, has not only pushed for ramp safety awareness but has also spoken about the good that’s come out of the tragic accident. “When they told...

BC residents lost nearly $24 million dollars due to cryptocurrency scams in 2022

You might want to think twice the next time someone offers you an outrageous return on a risky investment opportunity. The B.C. Securities Commission, BC RCMP, and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre are urging residents to protect themselves from crypto investment fraud after people lost out on nearly 24 million dollars...

Dust advisory in effect for Vanderhoof

Environment Canada has placed a dust advisory in effect for Vanderhoof until further notice. They said this is a result of “high concentrations of coarse particulate matter that are expected to persist until there is precipitation, dust suppression or a change in traffic patterns.” Anyone with respiratory issues or impacted chronic...

Province taking steps to improve accessibility in B.C. parks

The B.C. government is spending $3.6 million to improve park facilities across the province. Work will help remove barriers that restrict people from accessing outdoor recreation in their communities. “We know that being outdoors can help build community and provide many positive health benefits – physical, mental and spiritual. British Columbians...
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