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Former B.C. politician, Indigenous leader, ordered to stand trial on sex charges

Former B.C. politician, Indigenous leader, ordered to stand trial on sex charges

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A prominent First Nations leader and former provincial cabinet minister has been ordered to stand trial on all four sex charges against him following a preliminary hearing in Prince George, B.C.
Flood protection best managed at local government level: City of Richmond

Flood protection best managed at local government level: City of Richmond

The Fraser Basin Council is developing a regional flood management strategy for the Lower Mainland
Further investigation by TSB after two die in February tug sinking off northern B.C.

Further investigation by TSB after two die in February tug sinking off northern B.C.

TERRACE, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board will conduct a broader investigation into the deadly sinking of a tugboat last month along British Columbia's north coast. Two men died and one survived when the Ingenika sank Feb.
Crime Stoppers want your tips on counterfeit goods

Crime Stoppers want your tips on counterfeit goods

Crime Stoppers is looking for your tips to try and track down those response for dealing in counterfeit goods
Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine arriving in B.C. will go to priority workers, industries

Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine arriving in B.C. will go to priority workers, industries

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's initial shipment of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be used to inoculate workers in vulnerable sectors including food processing plants and employees who live in congregate settings, health officials announced Monda
Online bookings still ‘weeks away’ for most as mass vaccinations begin in B.C.

Online bookings still ‘weeks away’ for most as mass vaccinations begin in B.C.

Monday marks the first day of mass vaccinations in B.C.
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to five week high

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to five week high

Ten more British Columbians died from COVID-19 in the past three days.
SPCA appeals for donations after 119 dogs surrendered from home in northern B.C.

SPCA appeals for donations after 119 dogs surrendered from home in northern B.C.

FORT NELSON, B.C. — The British Columbia SPCA says the recent and unexpected surrender of 119 dogs from a property near Fort Nelson is straining the non-profit society's resources.
Vancouver real estate gains lag North American markets

Vancouver real estate gains lag North American markets

Global factors such as COVID-19 and ‘cheap money’ fuel continental surge, unlike the city’s unique circumstances in the mid-2010s
Homes to be heated with renewable natural gas produced at Richmond wastewater treatment plant

Homes to be heated with renewable natural gas produced at Richmond wastewater treatment plant

The renewable natural gas will help reduce 2,500 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions