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Burnaby man spends $10K on fake Craigslist Rolex

Burnaby man spends $10K on fake Craigslist Rolex

Police are cautioning buyers about purchasing luxury watches through online marketplace websites after a Burnaby man was allegedly scammed into paying $10,000 for a phony Rolex Wimbledon.
B.C. mayor wants vax mandate lifted for health-care workers to keep hospitals open

B.C. mayor wants vax mandate lifted for health-care workers to keep hospitals open

Merritt's hospital has closed four times in one month.
B.C. health info must be protected and FOI fees dropped, poll shows

B.C. health info must be protected and FOI fees dropped, poll shows

Health information protections and access to government information are important issues for British Columbians, a new poll suggests.
Bank of Canada raises interest rates, says it will take a 'conditional' pause

Bank of Canada raises interest rates, says it will take a 'conditional' pause

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada delivered what it expects to be its last interest rate hike of the cycle as it pauses to assess the effects of higher rates on the economy.
B.C. islanders bid adieu to their Queen who reigned for nearly 60 years

B.C. islanders bid adieu to their Queen who reigned for nearly 60 years

Quadra Islanders braved lashing wind and rain to bid farewell to the queen that for decades dictated many aspects of their lives and reigned over their West Coast community.
Traffic pollution damages brain function, finds landmark B.C. study

Traffic pollution damages brain function, finds landmark B.C. study

A new study that exposed 25 people to diesel fumes in a lab at Vancouver General Hospital has found traffic pollution damages the brain's ability to reflect, retrieve memories and imagine the future.
B.C. nurse suspended for 'significant history' of taking patients' narcotics

B.C. nurse suspended for 'significant history' of taking patients' narcotics

The nurse disclosed the problem after being notified of an employer investigation into medication tampering.
Day Scholar lawsuit agrees to $2.8 billion trust from Canada

Day Scholar lawsuit agrees to $2.8 billion trust from Canada

After more than a decade, the federal government has reached an agreement with 325 nations for the collective harm done by residential schools.
Developers, lobbyists among Eby’s NDP leadership campaign supporters

Developers, lobbyists among Eby’s NDP leadership campaign supporters

The list includes a total $6,359.09 from Giulio, Marcello, Morris, Paolo and Rossano De Cotiis, members of the family behind Onni and Amacon.
B.C. brokerage caught violating freeze order on $1.4M accounts

B.C. brokerage caught violating freeze order on $1.4M accounts

Haywood Securities must pay a $50,000 for allowing trades from frozen accounts.
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