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'I would have pleaded guilty': B.C. teen appeals not criminally responsible convictions

'I would have pleaded guilty': B.C. teen appeals not criminally responsible convictions

"Instead, I would have pleaded guilty in order to get a normal youth sentence that would be guaranteed to end, even if it meant I had to go to jail for a while."
How climate change could threaten the Winter Olympics

How climate change could threaten the Winter Olympics

Under a high-emission scenario, only one of the previous 21 Winter Olympic host cities will be able to offer a safe and reliable games by the 2080s
B.C. will receive a limited supply of COVID-19 antiviral pills. Here's who will get priority access

B.C. will receive a limited supply of COVID-19 antiviral pills. Here's who will get priority access

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on the new COVID-19 pills that you can take at home.
Vancouver Chinese herbal medicine firm fined after massive protected shark fin seizure in Richmond

Vancouver Chinese herbal medicine firm fined after massive protected shark fin seizure in Richmond

The East Vancouver company was fined $75,000 after being caught importing 20,196 fins, some of which belonged to a protected shark species
B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

Former Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Craig James faces five criminal counts for alleged abuse of power
Richmond school went into "hold and secure" mode during police incident

Richmond school went into "hold and secure" mode during police incident

It's understood Kingswood elementary activated the safety mode due to police activity in the area on Tuesday morning
'Hard pill to swallow': $2 billion in climate change damage the 'new normal'

'Hard pill to swallow': $2 billion in climate change damage the 'new normal'

Severe weather led to $2.1 billion in insured damages in 2021, making it the sixth costliest year in Canada’s history, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada. But that number leaves out government spending and many, who have fallen through the cracks.
B.C. government gives gyms permission to open starting Jan. 20

B.C. government gives gyms permission to open starting Jan. 20

Gyms will reopen Jan. 20 while nightclubs and bars continue to stay closed until Feb. 16
Dr. Bonnie Henry extends orders on gatherings, events, and restaurants in B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry extends orders on gatherings, events, and restaurants in B.C.

The BC Vaccine Card Program will continue to cover events of all sizes.
Steveston spot prawn fishers "ecstatic" over DFO's tubbing U-turn

Steveston spot prawn fishers "ecstatic" over DFO's tubbing U-turn

Fishers such as Steveston Spot Prawn are breathing a huge sigh of relief over the DFO's decision to allow tubbing and freezing at sea to continue