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Anti-vaccine protester who repeatedly punched man must take anger management counselling

Anti-vaccine protester who repeatedly punched man must take anger management counselling

Jeffrey Ian Harris was convicted of assault causing bodily harm after punching Peter Lane nine times at a protest in front of the legislature last fall
Dry fall weather a boon for pumpkin crop, say farmers

Dry fall weather a boon for pumpkin crop, say farmers

While a cold spring meant a late planting, the pumpkins flourished and dry weather hardened their shells, which didn’t rot from rain or frost
Lengthy pandemic closure ends for B.C. park straddling Washington state border

Lengthy pandemic closure ends for B.C. park straddling Washington state border

VANCOUVER — One of British Columbia's last remaining COVID-19 closures has finally been lifted. Peace Arch Provincial Park, the nine-hectare park that straddles the B.C.
B.C. woman grateful for breast milk donations wants to give back

B.C. woman grateful for breast milk donations wants to give back

VANCOUVER — A smooth pregnancy had Cindy Li dreaming of motherhood. But when she suddenly started bleeding at 32 weeks, her baby boy arrived early and needed breast milk that she couldn't produce.
Qualtrough to be inducted into BC Sports Hall of Fame

Qualtrough to be inducted into BC Sports Hall of Fame

Delta’s MP goes into the builder category in the Class of 2023
West Van MLA raises alarm on wait times for MRIs

West Van MLA raises alarm on wait times for MRIs

West Vancouver-Capilano MLA Karin Kirkpatrick also questions when a new MRI machine will be installed at Lions Gate Hospital a year after funds were raised
Katzie First Nation sues BC Hydro over Alouette River impacts

Katzie First Nation sues BC Hydro over Alouette River impacts

A B.C. Supreme Court claim says BC Hydro's system has "drastically changed the land and waterscape in Katzie territory, including by curtailing or eradicating many of the Katzie's culturally important salmon."
B.C. nurse banned for five years for 'sexualized' behaviour

B.C. nurse banned for five years for 'sexualized' behaviour

Mark Mohun-Smith placed his hands on a female patient's shoulders, told her to shut up, pushed her backwards into her room and closed the door, according to a recent decision from B.C.'s College of Nurses and Midwives.
Why ‘friend-shoring’ might not work in B.C.

Why ‘friend-shoring’ might not work in B.C.

The push to diversify trade away from China fails to account for the private sector, expert says
New Squamish mayor wants BC Supreme Court to help unmask author of smear campaign

New Squamish mayor wants BC Supreme Court to help unmask author of smear campaign

In an affidavit filed with the court, newly elected mayor of Squamish Armand Hurford claims the allegations in the post are “completely untrue.”