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Why real estate prices continue to rise despite the pandemic
Usually a rising unemployment rate corresponds to decreases in housing prices. Mark Ting, CBC's finance columnist, explains why that isn't happening right now.
Doubted and dismissed: COVID-19 'long-haulers' share their experiences
Canadians who have experienced an often bizarre array of COVID-19 symptoms for months say doctors have made them feel like they're crazy and even their friends don't believe what they're going through.
'Ecological anxiety' and the psychological toll of choking wildfire smoke
Smoke in the summer has become common in B.C., a province with a warming climate marked by longer, nastier wildfire seasons. As the environmental catastrophes become more regular, so too do the psychological consequences — a sensation called "ecological grief" or "ecological anxiety," caused by seeing loss in the natural world.
Multigenerational households face challenges during COVID-19 pandemic
Eight per cent of seniors in British Columbia live in multigenerational households, according to B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie. Rules around safety during the pandemic has led to new routines for many of these families.
Crown seeks 3-year sentence for B.C. woman who injected teen boyfriend with morphine, killing him
The Crown is seeking a three-year prison sentence for a young Penticton woman who injected her 17-year-old boyfriend with morphine to ease his pain, killing him.
7 shootings in 5 days in B.C.'s Lower Mainland
B.C. man facing new charges over revenge website targeting ex-wife
Whitecaps muster win over under-manned Real Salt Lake
Metro Vancouver ends air quality warning after days of smoky skies
B.C. migrant, undocumented workers rally for permanent residency program
Richmond man sentenced to 2 years less a day in jail for wedding day manslaughter
Researchers discover undocumented insects, including parasitic wasp, near Prince George, B.C.
1 person dead, another injured after shooting in Richmond, B.C.
B.C. creates $1.5-million relief fund for local sports clubs
CBC's Cathy Browne recognized by Inclusion B.C. for Access Denied column
Right to freedom of speech among First Nations was unclear — until now
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Smoked in: A look back at B.C.'s haziest wildfire seasons over the past 20 years
B.C. author's first book highlights experiences of growing up Sikh in Canada
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