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CERB recipients should be prepared to pay income tax on payments, experts say

CERB recipients should be prepared to pay income tax on payments, experts say

Tax experts say now is the time to check and see if you might owe any income tax on the emergency benefit money you received
Wanderlust: 80 per cent of Canadians plan to travel in 2021

Wanderlust: 80 per cent of Canadians plan to travel in 2021

But most Canadians don't plan on crossing the border anytime soon.
Indigenous groups criticize ABC series 'Big Sky' for insensitivity to MMIWG

Indigenous groups criticize ABC series 'Big Sky' for insensitivity to MMIWG

VANCOUVER — Indigenous critics of ABC's kidnapping drama "Big Sky" say it fails to acknowledge real-life missing and murdered Indigenous women and are extending their grievance to CTV for airing the series in Canada without added context.

Four B.C. men face gambling charge after raid uncovers alleged poker ring in Burnaby

BURNABY, B.C. — Four men are facing charges after police say they broke up a gambling ring in Metro Vancouver. The illegal gambling team linked to B.C.
Anti-maskers: Dr. Bonnie Henry has 'no time for people who are belligerent' in B.C.

Anti-maskers: Dr. Bonnie Henry has 'no time for people who are belligerent' in B.C.

"This is a truly challenging pandemic and I have no time for people who believes that wearing a mask somehow makes them ill or is a sign of lack of freedom."
B.C. residents charged by Canada Border Services Agency for immigration fraud

B.C. residents charged by Canada Border Services Agency for immigration fraud

Charges have been laid against five people – including four Richmond residents – for alleged immigration fraud.
B.C. working on vaccine rollout plan as province records 738 new COVID-19 cases

B.C. working on vaccine rollout plan as province records 738 new COVID-19 cases

VICTORIA — Provincial health officials say they are working on British Columbia's plan to handle COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Bonnie Henry, the provincial health officer, says Dr.
Cute overload in B.C. student's award-winning holiday card design

Cute overload in B.C. student's award-winning holiday card design

A whimsical sledding bears drawing done by a North Vancouver Grade 10 student will be sliding into mail boxes this December as the winning design for the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation’s Christmas card competition.
Vacancy taxes put more rental condos in Metro Vancouver market: CMHC study

Vacancy taxes put more rental condos in Metro Vancouver market: CMHC study

VANCOUVER — The Canada Mortgage Housing Corp. says more than 11,000 condos were added to rental market in Metro Vancouver last year, spurred in part by taxes on empty homes.

Woman suffers heart attack after being spit upon by man refusing to wear mask

NELSON, B.C. — A hotel worker in Nelson, B.C., suffered a heart attack shortly after a confrontation with a patron who refused to wear a mask and wouldn't leave the hotel's coffee shop.