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Shooting target stabs 2 women, takes own life: RCMP

Shooting target stabs 2 women, takes own life: RCMP

Kyle Gianis died at the scene.
Vaccination status policies should heed human rights: commissioner

Vaccination status policies should heed human rights: commissioner

Being an anti-vaxxer not grounds for human rights complaint against employer, states new guidance.
Delta variant not causing increased transmission in B.C. kids: Dr. Bonnie Henry

Delta variant not causing increased transmission in B.C. kids: Dr. Bonnie Henry

Provincial health officer says B.C. will continue to watch the situation over the next few weeks as the new school year approaches
Mask mandates, vaccine passports still on the table as B.C. cases rise

Mask mandates, vaccine passports still on the table as B.C. cases rise

'There are consequences if you don't' get vaccinated, says B.C. health minister.
Vancouver Aquarium readies to reopen

Vancouver Aquarium readies to reopen

65-year-old Vancouver attraction was sold during the pandemic.
Man charged in anti-Asian hate crimes finally appears before judge

Man charged in anti-Asian hate crimes finally appears before judge

Yves Castonguay initially failed to appear for court date on charges stemming from racist graffiti
'Some just say I've had enough': Labour shortage holding back hospitality industry

'Some just say I've had enough': Labour shortage holding back hospitality industry

Extended government benefits, apathy and burnout are some of the factors contributing to the seismic shift in employment.
Crime Stoppers Northwest B.C. wing shuts down amidst lack of volunteers

Crime Stoppers Northwest B.C. wing shuts down amidst lack of volunteers

Around $13,000 worth of funds that were raised for payout rewards will be transferred to Northern BC Crime Stoppers based out of Prince George.
Accord sets stage for Powell River name change

Accord sets stage for Powell River name change

“Everything needed for this situation is right there within the Accord. And it is being followed; both governments are having meetings about this topic currently in order to come to an agreement. So I think they will find a way to work this out.” 
BC Ferries’ new vessel starts transatlantic voyage

BC Ferries’ new vessel starts transatlantic voyage

Ferry is the fifth of its class in $286.5 million contract