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Whether you live on the islands or in the mountains, up north or in the south, the landscape is what ties all British Columbians together. The province is defined by our rugged coastline, picturesque mountains, and the seemingly-endless forests.

A school group connects with an ancient cedar during a Sierra Club BC nature education program in Goldstream Provincial Park. (Mya Van Woudenberg-Sierra Club BC)

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What is 'doom scrolling,' and how do you stop doing it?

Between American political unrest and the global pandemic, some days it’s hard to avoid doom scrolling. That’s when you just can’t stop looking at social media, even if it’s upsetting. But there are some things you can do to preserve your mental health online.

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Shop safe in-store and online this Black Friday

Both brick-and-mortar stores and online merchants are working hard to keep you safe while you shop this Black Friday, but what can you do to protect yourself? Physical distancing and masks are crucial, but you also need to look out for pitfalls online. Here’s what you can do.

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Premier Moe calling for feds to procure more vaccines

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is calling on the federal government to procure additional vaccines that can be ready to be administered in the initial round of immunizations, a move he says in part would alleviate a lot of the 'difficult decisions' premiers are having to make about closures and restrictions.

Mysterious silver monolith disappears from Utah desert

A tall, silver, shining metal monolith discovered in the desert in southeastern Utah -- which prompted theories of alien placement and drew determined hikers to its secret location -- has now disappeared, the state's Bureau of Land Management said Saturday.

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