The following were the five most-read stories on The Herald’s website for the week ending Nov. 26, 2022:
School districts across B.C. should stop putting police officers in schools “unless and until” they can demonstrate they serve a valuable purpose, the province’s human rights commissioner says.
A new BCAA survey shows that the high cost of living has B.C. drivers keeping their vehicles longer and investing more into maintenance and repairs, the association said in a media release.
Dr. Frank’N’Furter (Jessie Brownrigg) and the cast perform a musical number on Thursday's opening night of The Rocky Horror Show by Cat’s Paw Productions at the Tempest Theatre. The show, which has already sold out its entire run, plays this weekend and Dec. 1-3.
When was the last time someone spent millions of dollars to show you a good time? OK, the last time (for those interested in outdoor winter recreation) was at Big White Ski Resort before COVID-19. However, that has changed for the better this season.
Micah Rodrigues, a member of the Glengarry Figure Skating Club, with the silver medal he won last weekend in pre-juvenile men’s competition at the B.C.-Yukon Super Series Sectional Championship in Coquitlam. He was the first Glengarry skater to make the podium at the event in over a decade. …
Canadians enjoying a brief relief from the onset of winter-like conditions may want to enjoy the temperatures while they can because The Weather Network is forecasting a colder than normal start to winter across most of the country.
NEW DELHI (AP) — Israel’s envoy to India on Tuesday denounced a filmmaker from his country after he called a blockbuster Bollywood film on disputed Kashmir a “propaganda” and “vulgar movie” at a film festival, stoking a debate about recent history that fuels the ongoing conflict.
In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 29 ...
NEW YORK (AP) — Jack Hughes and Michael McLeod scored in the second period, Vitek Vanecek stopped 35 shots and the New Jersey Devils rallied from an early two-goal deficit to beat the New York Rangers 5-3 on Monday night.