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Highway 1 through Fraser Valley set to reopen Thursday

Highway 1 through Fraser Valley set to reopen Thursday

Water levels continue to recede, says Transportation Minister Rob Fleming
Vancouver mayor wants a climate levy in the city's 2022 budget

Vancouver mayor wants a climate levy in the city's 2022 budget

Vancouver's mayor wants a new levy to fight climate change in the city's 2022 budget.
B.C. shoppers expected to flock to malls for Black Friday

B.C. shoppers expected to flock to malls for Black Friday

Supply-chain disruption heightens fears online purchases will arrive late
B.C. permanently mandates five days of paid sick leave each year

B.C. permanently mandates five days of paid sick leave each year

Permanent program set to go into effect in January.
Accused in stock fraud, U.S. officials want to know where's Fred Sharp?

Accused in stock fraud, U.S. officials want to know where's Fred Sharp?

U.S. authorities are applying for a default judgment against Panama Papers-linked businessman Fred Sharp, of West Vancouver.
Law society can investigate B.C. lawyer's alleged ties to stock scheme

Law society can investigate B.C. lawyer's alleged ties to stock scheme

An investigation of this magnitude is extremely rare.
Princeton mayor 'really frustrated' by flood cleanup bureaucracy

Princeton mayor 'really frustrated' by flood cleanup bureaucracy

Mayor Spencer Coyne feels higher levels of government are not pulling their weight or acting fast enough to help residents.
B.C. starts COVID-19 vaccines for children 5 to 11 next week, up to 350,000 eligible

B.C. starts COVID-19 vaccines for children 5 to 11 next week, up to 350,000 eligible

VICTORIA — Children in British Columbia between five and 11 years old are eligible to start receiving a pediatric COVID-19 vaccine starting next week.
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on plexiglass barriers in B.C. stores

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on plexiglass barriers in B.C. stores

Do plexiglass barriers work?
B.C. storm: More highway closures could be implemented, province warns

B.C. storm: More highway closures could be implemented, province warns

British Columbians are being asked to keep up to date on the latest forecasts and advisories from Environment Canada.