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Jewish worker alleges she faced ‘Heil Hitler’ chants at Kamloops McDonald’s

Jewish worker alleges she faced ‘Heil Hitler’ chants at Kamloops McDonald’s

WorkSafeBC dismissed employee’s complaint about being fired for reporting working conditions.
Vancouver pot promoter charged in SEC securities fraud probe

Vancouver pot promoter charged in SEC securities fraud probe

Avtar Dhillon is accused of having set up shell companies for the purpose of concealing shares sales of two of his companies.
‘Give me my freedom. Let me go home,’ says Indigenous woman who cuts hair to proclaim innocence

‘Give me my freedom. Let me go home,’ says Indigenous woman who cuts hair to proclaim innocence

Sisters Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance were sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder in 1994 for the death of 70-year-old Anthony Joseph Dolff in Kamsack, Sask.
Federal Liberals probed for facial recognition use

Federal Liberals probed for facial recognition use

Technology allegedly used for ID purposes in nomination races.
Thompson-Nicola Regional District says no injuries reported from Monte Lake

Thompson-Nicola Regional District says no injuries reported from Monte Lake

City of Kamloops urges those under evacuation alert to be prepared.
Woman drives away from B.C. gas station with thief in vehicle, police say

Woman drives away from B.C. gas station with thief in vehicle, police say

The suspect is described as a skinny white man between 25 and 40 years of age.
Here are the top 10 travel destinations B.C. residents are searching for

Here are the top 10 travel destinations B.C. residents are searching for

Where is the first place you want to visit outside of Canada?
BC Ferries aims to recruit more than 100 employees amid staff shortages

BC Ferries aims to recruit more than 100 employees amid staff shortages

Vancouver Island is seeing an increase in tourists as many British Columbians head there to escape the wildfire smoke.
Most B.C. COVID cases are in 20- to 40-year-olds with one or fewer doses: top doctor

Most B.C. COVID cases are in 20- to 40-year-olds with one or fewer doses: top doctor

VANCOUVER — A surge in COVID-19 cases in British Columbia is fuelled by those between the ages of 20 and 40 who are unvaccinated or have only had one dose, says provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.
New federal economic development program to have Surrey HQ

New federal economic development program to have Surrey HQ

Pacifican to provide $553.1 million over five years, $110.6 million annually after that.