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'Magic Johnson' investment scam nets B.C. fraudster market ban

'Magic Johnson' investment scam nets B.C. fraudster market ban

Jeffrey Shaughnessy admitted to duping investors and has now received a market ban from the B.C. Securities Commission.
Chief Dean Nelson says Prince Harry was 'sincere' and 'down-to-Earth' during visit to Lil’wat Nation

Chief Dean Nelson says Prince Harry was 'sincere' and 'down-to-Earth' during visit to Lil’wat Nation

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in B.C. to mark one year to the Invictus Games.
Falcon says BC United's housing plan includes rent-to-own initiative, drops taxes

Falcon says BC United's housing plan includes rent-to-own initiative, drops taxes

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Opposition Leader Kevin Falcon pitched a housing plan Thursday to get more first-time buyers into homes just days after Premier David Eby promised to build more affordable rental units for the middle class.
Infrastructure woes weigh on B.C. local leaders at housing summit

Infrastructure woes weigh on B.C. local leaders at housing summit

Local leaders express frustrations over addressing housing growth and transit demands in the region.
Man accused of killing B.C. park caretaker can attend court by video

Man accused of killing B.C. park caretaker can attend court by video

Justis Daniel was found dead Dec. 10, 2021, in his home on the grounds of Vancouver's Tatlow Park.
'That gang is going to kill me': Man involved in B.C. gas station attack feared Hells Angels

'That gang is going to kill me': Man involved in B.C. gas station attack feared Hells Angels

Leslie Dale Chudek found guilty as defence seeks not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder ruling.
B.C. funds $29M for family violence legal aid

B.C. funds $29M for family violence legal aid

"This is a historic day for access to justice in B.C.,” Legal Aid B.C.'s Michael Bryant said.
Driver arrested after two youth say they were deliberately hit by car in B.C.: Police

Driver arrested after two youth say they were deliberately hit by car in B.C.: Police

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police in Abbotsford, B.C., say a driver has been arrested after two youth said they were deliberately struck by a vehicle. Const.
Business council forecasts slower growth of 0.7 per cent in B.C. ahead of budget

Business council forecasts slower growth of 0.7 per cent in B.C. ahead of budget

VANCOUVER — A new report ahead of next week's B.C. budget is forecasting slower economic growth for the province this year.
Hudson’s Hope byelection candidates concerned about town’s future

Hudson’s Hope byelection candidates concerned about town’s future

Five candidates running for a vacant councillor seat for the District of Hudson’s Hope met for an all-candidates forum on Feb. 10.