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SD 57 trustees discussing vaccine mandate guidelines for Prince George district schools

SD 57 trustees discussing vaccine mandate guidelines for Prince George district schools

Provincial government wants school boards to decide on whether to make it mandatory for all K-12 school employees to have COVID-19 vaccinations
LifeLabs begins job action; Prince George branch not affected

LifeLabs begins job action; Prince George branch not affected

Health care workers refusing voluntary overtime shifts and will work to rule in initial phase of strike
LifeLabs centres to remain open during BCGEU negotiations

LifeLabs centres to remain open during BCGEU negotiations

Unionized members have been working without a contract since April 1.
B.C. school boards told to determine their own vaccine policy for staff

B.C. school boards told to determine their own vaccine policy for staff

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Education Ministry has released new guidelines to help school boards with COVID-19 vaccination policies, leaving any final decisions up to the respective boards.
Court upholds strata ban of 11-metre radio antenna

Court upholds strata ban of 11-metre radio antenna

Surrey suite owner claimed it was akin to a flagpole.
B.C. Liberals deny leadership bid by Aaron Gunn for views "inconsistent" with party

B.C. Liberals deny leadership bid by Aaron Gunn for views "inconsistent" with party

VANCOUVER — A prospective candidate for leadership of British Columbia's Liberal party has been denied the opportunity to officially enter the race.
Unionized LifeLabs workers in British Columbia to take job action

Unionized LifeLabs workers in British Columbia to take job action

BURNABY, B.C. — The union representing some workers at LifeLabs, the largest provider of medical laboratory services in British Columbia, says its members plan to take job action. The B.C.
Surrey assailant feared COVID-19 is a ‘biological weapon,’ court hears

Surrey assailant feared COVID-19 is a ‘biological weapon,’ court hears

Assault of Chinese Communist Party critic highlights back-and-forth allegations of foreign spying and deception.

B.C. woman loses appeal of murder conviction for suffocating eight-year-old daughter

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Court of Appeal has unanimously dismissed the case of a mother found guilty of suffocating her eight-year-old daughter. Surrey, B.C.
Surrey mom’s child-killing conviction upheld

Surrey mom’s child-killing conviction upheld

Accused admitted smothering eight-year-old in living room ‘campout.'