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Prince George continues to welcome Ukrainian refugees

Prince George continues to welcome Ukrainian refugees

Share Hope Refugee Support Society provides helping hand to 167 people displaced by war in Ukraine
Restaurateurs want payroll tax changes on B.C. budget menu

Restaurateurs want payroll tax changes on B.C. budget menu

B.C. has lowest payroll-tax exemption limit in the country, says BCRFA CEO
Icy winds, snow, hit much of B.C., weekend snow possible for south coast: forecasters

Icy winds, snow, hit much of B.C., weekend snow possible for south coast: forecasters

VANCOUVER — Bitterly cold weather is gripping much of British Columbia and forecasters don't expect conditions in some areas to ease until at least Thursday, while the threat of snow lies ahead for other regions.
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize

UBC fisheries scientists land big prize

Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila recognized for research supporting high seas fishing ban
Former member of Devil's Army testifies he was told about killing, didn't believe it happened

Former member of Devil's Army testifies he was told about killing, didn't believe it happened

A former member of the Devil’s Army Motorcycle Club said he didn’t believe it when a full-patch member told him: “Rick committed a murder.
Eby says he's happy B.C. Liberals are 'on side' with addiction treatment

Eby says he's happy B.C. Liberals are 'on side' with addiction treatment

The premier declined on Tuesday to comment on media reports that a $1-billion package focused on addictions treatment went before treasury board last week.
First Nation says 17 suspected grave sites detected at former Alberni Residential School

First Nation says 17 suspected grave sites detected at former Alberni Residential School

A total of 67 students are believed to have died at the school.
No overnight sheltering in Beacon Hill Park, B.C. Court of Appeal rules

No overnight sheltering in Beacon Hill Park, B.C. Court of Appeal rules

The court upheld a B.C. Supreme Court ruling that overnight sheltering is not a permitted use under the terms of the park’s trust.
B.C. businessman to pay $5M to SEC after U.S. stock fraud charges

B.C. businessman to pay $5M to SEC after U.S. stock fraud charges

Graham Taylor used a law firm to orchestrate a "pump and dump," according to SEC claims which he neither admits nor denies in a US$5M settlement.
Lynn Valley Care Centre hoaxer pleads guilty to obstruction of justice

Lynn Valley Care Centre hoaxer pleads guilty to obstruction of justice

A man convicted Jan. 27 of holding a man against his will in Richmond, and using weapons to coerce the victim to commit bestiality, pleaded guilty Tuesday to obstruction of justice. In B.C.