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Woman loses final appeal of bid to be declared 'wife' of slain West Van millionaire

Woman loses final appeal of bid to be declared 'wife' of slain West Van millionaire

Five women who all had children with a West Vancouver playboy prior to his gruesome killing testified during an original trial. The estate will now be split among the man's children.
Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Five entrepreneurs aim to disrupt B.C.'s wine-cooler market with an innovative product they call SakeBomb – a range of flavoured coolers made with the rice wine, or sake.
North Van restaurant faces fine for skirting vaccine passports

North Van restaurant faces fine for skirting vaccine passports

The City of North Vancouver received at least 16 public complaints about Anatoli's in North Vancouver not checking for vaccine passports last fall.
Vancouver police investigate three violent stranger attacks in Fairview neighbourhood

Vancouver police investigate three violent stranger attacks in Fairview neighbourhood

Vancouver police are investigating what they call a series of violent stranger assaults in the city's Fairview neighbourhood and trying to establish if the incidents are related.
Alleged B.C. gang member gets five years in prison for trafficking offences

Alleged B.C. gang member gets five years in prison for trafficking offences

The drugs involved in the case of Campbell River's Andrew Miguel Best included fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine.
BC Ferries workers 'blown away' by terminations despite service disruptions, staff shortages

BC Ferries workers 'blown away' by terminations despite service disruptions, staff shortages

Michael Richards never thought he’d work anywhere other than with BC Ferries for the rest of his working life after he started in 2015.
Russian free to skate at Burnaby summer meet

Russian free to skate at Burnaby summer meet

The high performance director for Skate Canada said the International Skating Union ban on Russian and Belarusian athletes applies only to international competitions. 
B.C. Liberals remove MLA John Rustad after 'Celebrate CO2' tweet

B.C. Liberals remove MLA John Rustad after 'Celebrate CO2' tweet

VICTORIA — The Opposition B.C. Liberals have removed MLA John Rustad from the party caucus after he retweeted comments that questioned the role of carbon dioxide in climate change.
Cactus Club founder invests in David Hawksworth's restaurants

Cactus Club founder invests in David Hawksworth's restaurants

Richard Jaffray buys Georgia Pacific Properties' shares
BC Hydro employees worried about losing ground amid inflation, high housing costs

BC Hydro employees worried about losing ground amid inflation, high housing costs

An engagement survey issued last year by the Crown corporation elicited approximately 7,500 comments, including more than 1,300 about compensation and benefits, according to a briefing note obtained under freedom of information.