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Civilian police investigator targets evasive Vancouver officers for further probe

Civilian police investigator targets evasive Vancouver officers for further probe

VANCOUVER — Two Vancouver police officers who punched and injured a drunken man won't face further investigation into their use of force, but four other officers who witnessed the arrest last year might have to explain their actions to B.C.
Slide prompts Campbell River to declare state of emergency to protect public safety

Slide prompts Campbell River to declare state of emergency to protect public safety

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. — The City of Campbell River, B.C., has declared a state of local emergency to help it better deal with landslides that have forced some people from their homes.
Repeal B.C.'s freedom of information application fee, says commissioner

Repeal B.C.'s freedom of information application fee, says commissioner

Political parties and journalists use the system to hold government accountable.
Eby promises $50M to help get fire-damaged wood to B.C. mills

Eby promises $50M to help get fire-damaged wood to B.C. mills

VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier David Eby is promising $50 million from the upcoming budget to help transfer fire-damaged wood from remote areas to pulp mills.
BC SPCA rescues 10 dogs from northern B.C. property

BC SPCA rescues 10 dogs from northern B.C. property

Malamute-husky crosses were left on the property without food or water after their guardian became hospitalized
B.C.’s clean power challenge transmission, not generation

B.C.’s clean power challenge transmission, not generation

Site C dam could be producing as early as end of this year: BC Hydro CEO
Updated: Port of Prince Rupert’s lower cargo numbers mirror transpacific trade drop

Updated: Port of Prince Rupert’s lower cargo numbers mirror transpacific trade drop

2022’s decrease at B.C.’s northern Asia-Pacific Gateway reflects increase in geopolitical tensions, competition and other supply chain complications
Nanaimo man faces five-year wait for pardon over fines he didn't know he had

Nanaimo man faces five-year wait for pardon over fines he didn't know he had

Robin McCaghren says he only discovered he had two unpaid $100 fines for failing to attend court and failing to appear in 1997 and 1998 when he got a criminal record check.
Surrey City Hall hires BC Liberal insider to lobby province on keeping RCMP in Surrey

Surrey City Hall hires BC Liberal insider to lobby province on keeping RCMP in Surrey

Mark Marissen was a mayoral candidate in the 2022 Vancouver municipal election and is the ex-husband of former premier Christy Clark
UNBC’s research funding hits $15.2 million

UNBC’s research funding hits $15.2 million

Total reached a 9.1 per cent increase from the previous year and puts school in top 10
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