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B.C. auditor highlights COVID-19 relief program risks, budget dispute with government

B.C. auditor highlights COVID-19 relief program risks, budget dispute with government

VICTORIA — British Columbia's auditor general says he has a decade-long difference of opinion with the government over calculating the province's financial bottom line that now adds up to $6 billion.
'Solemn day' for B.C. as thousands of health-care workers defy vaccination deadline

'Solemn day' for B.C. as thousands of health-care workers defy vaccination deadline

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister called Tuesday a "solemn day" as 4,090 health care workers missed the deadline for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination and were placed on unpaid leave before they could potentially lose their job.
Gitxaala First Nation in B.C. goes to court over automatic mineral rights

Gitxaala First Nation in B.C. goes to court over automatic mineral rights

VANCOUVER — A B.C. First Nation is challenging in court an online registry the province uses to automatically grant mineral rights on its territory. The Gitxaala have filed a petition to the B.C.
NDP under-reported revenues by $6 billion: auditor general

NDP under-reported revenues by $6 billion: auditor general

Victoria spent $10.08 billion on the COVID-19 pandemic: findings
St. Paul’s hospital sale price confirmed at $850 million

St. Paul’s hospital sale price confirmed at $850 million

Work continues for construction on False Creek Flats
Bryan Adams, 54-40, Mother Mother announce New Year's Eve concert in Vancouver

Bryan Adams, 54-40, Mother Mother announce New Year's Eve concert in Vancouver

They'll ring in 2022 with a big show at Rogers Arena.
B.C. offers more rebates for electric vehicle charging stations in condos, apartments

B.C. offers more rebates for electric vehicle charging stations in condos, apartments

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government is helping apartment and condo owners plug into the growing demand for electric vehicles by offering rebates and other funding to install chargers in their buildings.
NDP silence on information, privacy bill ‘despicable,’ says de Jong

NDP silence on information, privacy bill ‘despicable,’ says de Jong

NDP shoots down suggestion to review Freedom of Information and Privacy Act changes
Rogers Communications leadership feud to hit B.C. courts

Rogers Communications leadership feud to hit B.C. courts

Shares in Canada's largest telecommunications company fell Tuesday.
Video: 18 activists arrested at climate protest near YVR airport

Video: 18 activists arrested at climate protest near YVR airport

Protesters are calling on the federal government to end fossil fuel subsidies