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Ex-Vancouver mayor's book describes political work to decriminalize drugs in B.C.

Ex-Vancouver mayor's book describes political work to decriminalize drugs in B.C.

Kennedy Stewart describes how decriminalization of small drug possession came to be.
‘Never-ending waves of grief’: Two year anniversary of Trina Hunt disappearance

‘Never-ending waves of grief’: Two year anniversary of Trina Hunt disappearance

The Port Moody woman was ultimately found murdered near Hope, B.C., and homicide investigators are still looking for answers.
Ryan Reynolds receives Canadian award for his philanthropy, generous donations

Ryan Reynolds receives Canadian award for his philanthropy, generous donations

"Receiving this honour is incredibly meaningful and deeply moving."
B.C. Mounties investigate criminal claims against tribal police officer

B.C. Mounties investigate criminal claims against tribal police officer

WHISTLER, B.C. — A British Columbia First Nation police service says RCMP are investigating allegations of criminal conduct involving one of its members.
WorkSafeBC fines Conifex for 'repeated high-risk violation' in Mackenzie

WorkSafeBC fines Conifex for 'repeated high-risk violation' in Mackenzie

$83,622.72 levied over safety of machinery gates and panels
No injuries as Vancouver Island slide forces evacuation of two Campbell River condos

No injuries as Vancouver Island slide forces evacuation of two Campbell River condos

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. — Residents of two condominiums in Campbell River, B.C., spent the night out of their suites after a landslide on the hill behind their homes. A release from the City of Campbell River says the slide happened about 7 p.m.
'I didn't want to stab anybody': Accused killer says he was scared of victim

'I didn't want to stab anybody': Accused killer says he was scared of victim

An accused killer standing trial for murder told police the day after the slaying he was “protecting [his] family” from someone he feared would set fire to his home or shoot him dead.
Kelowna auto technician files lawsuit claiming debilitating injuries after surgery

Kelowna auto technician files lawsuit claiming debilitating injuries after surgery

The allegations in the notice of civil claim have not been proven in court.
UBC regrets handling of Turpel-Lafond, as she loses honour at different university

UBC regrets handling of Turpel-Lafond, as she loses honour at different university

VANCOUVER — The University of British Columbia says it deeply regrets its handling of the case of retired judge and former law professor Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, who was the subject of a CBC investigation about her claims of Indigenous heritage.
Turpel-Lafond voluntarily returns honorary degree to Vancouver Island University

Turpel-Lafond voluntarily returns honorary degree to Vancouver Island University

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond has received more than 10 honorary degrees from Canadian institutions.
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