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B.C. posts a record 425 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

B.C. posts a record 425 new COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours

Number of people fighting infections has risen to a record 3,389
No Charter right to be maskless in workplaces: lawyer

No Charter right to be maskless in workplaces: lawyer

Employers need caution around layoffs, surveillance and constructive dismissals
Vancouver city council directs staff to consider future Olympic Games bid

Vancouver city council directs staff to consider future Olympic Games bid

Coun. Jean Swanson: ‘We should just stop this idea right now’
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. reach new high: 3,120

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. reach new high: 3,120

Number of people under active health monitoring for potential sickness has also reached a new high: 7,133
BC NDP takes $800,000 more in donations than Liberals between June and September

BC NDP takes $800,000 more in donations than Liberals between June and September

B.C. parties must file donation reports to receive annual allowances
Law society gets to work on addressing unmet legal needs

Law society gets to work on addressing unmet legal needs

Submissions can be made by people, businesses, organizations outside the legal profession
B.C. watchers reflect on unclear 2020 U.S. election result

B.C. watchers reflect on unclear 2020 U.S. election result

Canadian cannabis sector may benefit from several state referenda
Casino investigator felt he had ‘very little authority,’ Cullen Commission hears

Casino investigator felt he had ‘very little authority,’ Cullen Commission hears

Rob Barber joins a growing list of former casino investigators questioning senior directions for enforcement of money laundering laws in B.C. gambling facilities
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. rise to highest level in more than six months

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. rise to highest level in more than six months

The number of people actively battling COVID-19 in B.C. has passed the 3,000 mark for the first time
B.C. complaint halts Ottawa's plans for earthquake warning system

B.C. complaint halts Ottawa's plans for earthquake warning system

Vancouver company's alert technology used in Massey Tunnel
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