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Health Canada recalls baby ‘sleep bag’ sold in Richmond, Burnaby

Health Canada recalls baby ‘sleep bag’ sold in Richmond, Burnaby

The sleep bag is sold at Baby Square, which has two stores in the Lower Mainland
Update: Four adult members of the same family shot to death inside Richmond home

Update: Four adult members of the same family shot to death inside Richmond home

Police confirmed on Thursday that one member of the household held a firearms license
Why a beverage company is covering soda cans with beer labels; a TikTok user's whimsical response

Why a beverage company is covering soda cans with beer labels; a TikTok user's whimsical response

TikTok user's report, and suggestion, attracts a big audience
40% of companies make misleading environmental claims, finds global report

40% of companies make misleading environmental claims, finds global report

In reponse to the global report, Canada's Competition Bureau warned Canadians to be on the lookout for companies 'greenwashing' their products through false advertisement
Tale of two clerks: New legislature boss Ryan-Lloyd testifies at corruption trial

Tale of two clerks: New legislature boss Ryan-Lloyd testifies at corruption trial

New legislature clerk faces old clerk in B.C. Supreme Court corruption trial
Heat dome made British Columbians more anxious. Could prescribing nature help?

Heat dome made British Columbians more anxious. Could prescribing nature help?

A new study has found the heat dome that scorched British Columbia in late June 2021 led to a 13 per cent average rise in anxiety over the effects of climate change. Now, some doctors are looking at prescribing nature as a solution
Nine new coronaviruses found by UBC-led research team

Nine new coronaviruses found by UBC-led research team

A 32-year-old UBC postdoc led a team of researchers that discovered nine new species of coronavirus and 132,000 RNA viruses.
Artwork, books on display at former B.C. Legislature clerk's corruption trial

Artwork, books on display at former B.C. Legislature clerk's corruption trial

Special prosecutors have submitted photos to B.C. Supreme Court of items they allege were bought with public funds by ex-legislature clerk Craig James for personal use
B.C. man gets jail time in international drug smuggling case

B.C. man gets jail time in international drug smuggling case

The drugs were worth a reported $35 million and had a higher street value in Australia.
B.C.'s 'under the radar' outdoor recreation agency can't keep up, say critics

B.C.'s 'under the radar' outdoor recreation agency can't keep up, say critics

With 50 staff and an $8-million operating budget, Recreation Sites and Trails BC has “fallen under the radar” of government priorities, according to Louise Pedersen, executive director of the Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C.