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B.C. charge stayed in police dog handler assault case

B.C. charge stayed in police dog handler assault case

Police considered using a baton, bear spray and a bean bag rifle in attempts to subdue man in alleged domestic violence case.
Public Health Ontario staff awarded retroactive pay as Bill 124 compensation

Public Health Ontario staff awarded retroactive pay as Bill 124 compensation

TORONTO — Employees of Public Health Ontario labs are set to receive an additional 5.25 per cent in pay increases to compensate for a provincial wage restraint law that was found unconstitutional and has now been repealed.
Will B.C. learn lessons from other provinces before funding IVF?

Will B.C. learn lessons from other provinces before funding IVF?

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is joining seven provinces in paying for some of the cost of in vitro fertilization but scant details and long-standing inequities have raised questions about how the plan could benefit patients.
Hunting quota appeal dismissed for Cariboo guide outfitters

Hunting quota appeal dismissed for Cariboo guide outfitters

A hunting quota appeal has been dismissed for five Cariboo guide outfitters, who challenged a July 2022 moose quota allocation set by the Province.
B.C. wineries get creative after brutal winter

B.C. wineries get creative after brutal winter

From Swifty movie nights to badminton leagues: B.C. wineries explore creative strategies to weather winter woes.
Heavy snow, winter storm bring hazardous driving conditions to B.C. highways

Heavy snow, winter storm bring hazardous driving conditions to B.C. highways

WHISTLER, B.C. — Environment Canada is warning of hazardous driving conditions on several stretches of British Columbia highways as a strong Pacific frontal system pushes into the Interior.
Fort St. John reviewing vandalism impacts

Fort St. John reviewing vandalism impacts

The City of Fort St. John is reviewing vandalism impacts to their municipal facilities and parks, with city council receiving a report during their Feb. 26 meeting. 23 incidents were reported in 2023.
Hundreds honour veteran Vancouver firefighter lost to rare disease

Hundreds honour veteran Vancouver firefighter lost to rare disease

Mayor Ken Sim proclaims "Daryle Van Horn Day" to recognize deceased captain.
B.C. strata ordered to do gardening, mend fences

B.C. strata ordered to do gardening, mend fences

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal rules White Rock strata must look after common property gardens but individual owners cannot dictate how that is done.
B.C. man won't have to demolish a deck, addition as city wanted

B.C. man won't have to demolish a deck, addition as city wanted

B.C. Supreme Court said the City of Surrey had failed to make its case.