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B.C. transport company back on the road after being slapped with 'strongest deterrent' from overpass collision

Following the 11th overpass strike this year in B.C., the transportation minister called the North Vancouver incident unacceptable and suspended the licences of the company involved. But eight days later, its 21 vehicles were back on the road.

Cities in northeast B.C. embrace 'urban reserve' partnerships with First Nations

Doig River First Nation is eyeing to develop an urban reserve at Dawson Creek in northeastern B.C. Members of the first nation met with the Dawson Creek council on September 25 to discuss prospects of building an urban reserve within city limits. 

New trust lets Vancouver Island residents donate percentage of property value to First Nations projects

Southern Vancouver Island residents can now pay a percentage of their property value to the recently established trust as an act of reconciliation, with the money going to initiatives led by 10 First Nations in the area.

What are the risks of catching COVID over and over? It's complicated, researchers say

Long-term toll on individuals' health remains uncertain

Indian refugee claims in Canada began rising after Prime Minister Modi took power, data shows

A growing number of Indian nationals are seeking refugee protection in Canada.  Refugee claims from India began a steady rise after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took power in 2014, according to federal data reviewed by CBC News. 

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