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More than 19,000 records released in B.C. school district data breach

More than 19,000 records released in B.C. school district data breach

After 19,126 records were released by a school district in Maple Ridge, B.C., staff warn of potential phishing scams.
A 'full-time job': Suspected forgery lab discovered in Richmond apartment

A 'full-time job': Suspected forgery lab discovered in Richmond apartment

"The way this was set up; this was his full-time job," said Richmond RCMP investigator Michael Cohee.
Canada to make splash in Asia with largest conference of its kind in Singapore

Canada to make splash in Asia with largest conference of its kind in Singapore

Dubbed the “Canada-in-Asia” Conference,” the event – co-hosted by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and Universities Canada – will aim to bring together 500 participants to Singapore’s Raffle City Convention Centre on Feb. 21-23.
From heart of destruction, sign floats its way to the Sunshine Coast

From heart of destruction, sign floats its way to the Sunshine Coast

A sign travelled more than 300 kilometres from a part of B.C. hard hit by the November 2021 atmospheric river to arrive on the shores of the Sunshine Coast. Only by the extraordinary effort of a local man is it finding its way home — 14 months later.
Updated: Port of Prince Rupert’s lower cargo numbers mirror transpacific trade drop

Updated: Port of Prince Rupert’s lower cargo numbers mirror transpacific trade drop

2022’s decrease at B.C.’s northern Asia-Pacific Gateway reflects increase in geopolitical tensions, competition and other supply chain complications
ICBC's rejected plates of 2022 include U2SLOW and HELL NO

ICBC's rejected plates of 2022 include U2SLOW and HELL NO

BLU BYU and VIRUS were also rejected by the corporation last year
Homicides confirmed

Homicides confirmed

Investigation continues.
Two B.C. men, company fined $96K for salmon fishery offences

Two B.C. men, company fined $96K for salmon fishery offences

The defence said the men tried to do the right thing but a transfer of chinook salmon catch quota had not been completed.
B.C. man captures elephant seal giving birth in 'amazing' video

B.C. man captures elephant seal giving birth in 'amazing' video

Within seconds of being born, the baby seal puts its front flippers on the ground. 
Here's how fast the 'Kraken' COVID-19 subvariant is spreading in parts of Canada

Here's how fast the 'Kraken' COVID-19 subvariant is spreading in parts of Canada

The genetic composition of the subvariant makes it difficult to detect through wastewater surveillance.
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