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Casino employees sue Great Canadian Gaming for wrongful termination

Casino employees sue Great Canadian Gaming for wrongful termination

Gambling conglomerate axed employees at Casino Nanaimo after prolonged layoff
Vancouver MLA Michael Lee launches campaign for B.C. Liberal leadership

Vancouver MLA Michael Lee launches campaign for B.C. Liberal leadership

VANCOUVER — Legislature member Michael Lee is taking another run at the leadership of the B.C. Liberal party.
Lotto Max prize package climbs to a record $120 million

Lotto Max prize package climbs to a record $120 million

There's the $70-million jackpot and 50 $1-million prizes.
Peacock takes unexpected ride-along with logging truck drivers

Peacock takes unexpected ride-along with logging truck drivers

The bird repeatedly got on one truck, rode down, got off and walked back up the hill.
Vancouver votes down plan to delay climate action

Vancouver votes down plan to delay climate action

Vancouver city council voted down a staff recommendation to delay a zero-emissions building plan to help reduce a backlog in building permit applications — three other measures passed.
COVID-19 case counts in B.C. fall to levels not seen since October, vaccinations up

COVID-19 case counts in B.C. fall to levels not seen since October, vaccinations up

VICTORIA — Health officials in British Columbia say the province has a strong COVID-19 immunization rate at 74.5 per cent of all adults for their first dose of a vaccine.
Vancouver Canucks player responds to lawsuit alleging sexual misconduct

Vancouver Canucks player responds to lawsuit alleging sexual misconduct

Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen says the alleged sexual encounter in 2017 was consensual, according to court documents.
Residential school victims’ lawyer discipline ‘grossly inadequate’

Residential school victims’ lawyer discipline ‘grossly inadequate’

Tŝilhqot’in chief calls one-month suspension, $4,000 fine “a mockery of justice”
Province grants request to defer old-growth logging in Fairy Creek, Central Walbran

Province grants request to defer old-growth logging in Fairy Creek, Central Walbran

The deferrals will affect approximately 2,034 hectares of old-growth forest.

'Chilling effect' of comments against trustee Barry Neufeld revive defamation suit

VANCOUVER — A defamation lawsuit by a school trustee in Chilliwack, B.C., will proceed against the former president of a teachers union after the B.C. Court of Appeal overturned a lower court ruling.