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Vancouver to fund plans to renew its embattled Chinatown neighbourhood

Vancouver to fund plans to renew its embattled Chinatown neighbourhood

Vancouver councillors have unanimously approved funding for its Uplifting Chinatown Action Plan, in an attempt to revive the historic neighbourhood.
RCMP investigating after two bodies found inside Coldstream, B.C., home

RCMP investigating after two bodies found inside Coldstream, B.C., home

VERNON, B.C. — An RCMP major crime unit has been called in to investigate after the discovery of two bodies inside a home in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.
Another whale turns up dead on B.C. shoreline

Another whale turns up dead on B.C. shoreline

A necropsy is being done to determine how the whale died.
Injured police officer making 'progress' after deadly avalanche near Kaslo

Injured police officer making 'progress' after deadly avalanche near Kaslo

He was left with internal injuries and broken ribs.
Inside Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim’s first six weeks in office

Inside Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim’s first six weeks in office

Orientation briefings from senior bureaucrats, introductions to B.C. and federal cabinet ministers and city council meetings dominated Ken Sim’s first month-and-a-half schedule as Vancouver mayor.
'This is unacceptable': Air Canada loses man's wheelchair, issues $300 credit

'This is unacceptable': Air Canada loses man's wheelchair, issues $300 credit

HIs body is paralyzed on his right side and he needs a custom wheelchair.
Women and racialized employees prioritize mental health and well-being, study finds

Women and racialized employees prioritize mental health and well-being, study finds

61% of employees with low belonging scores said their employer "doesn't prioritize their well-being."
B.C. promises $90M for innovative projects for forest-dependent communities

B.C. promises $90M for innovative projects for forest-dependent communities

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The British Columbia government is promising up to $90 million over three years to support new industrial and manufacturing projects in communities hurt by the downturn in the forestry industry.
B.C. not legally required to provide 'quantitative data' on meeting GHG targets, court rules

B.C. not legally required to provide 'quantitative data' on meeting GHG targets, court rules

More information on how the B.C. government will reduce emissions could help it 'break from the consistent history of missing its targets,' but its not legally required, ruled a Supreme Court judge.
Fired B.C. construction worker owed $1,955 in damages, tribunal rules

Fired B.C. construction worker owed $1,955 in damages, tribunal rules

A Metro Vancouver company had not proven it fired a former employee for just cause, B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal said.
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