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Quash privacy commissioner's community safety order: B.C. ministry

Quash privacy commissioner's community safety order: B.C. ministry

The Community Safety Amendment Act would allow action against properties where crime takes place.
North Van submersible pilot watches clock tick down on missing Titan

North Van submersible pilot watches clock tick down on missing Titan

Jeff Heaton, chief submersible pilot for North Vancouver’s Nuytco Research, knows two of the five people on board the missing sub
B.C. rivers on track for driest summer in recorded history

B.C. rivers on track for driest summer in recorded history

The head of B.C.'s River Forecast Centre says the province's rivers are on track for an outlier year, closer to what climate change is expected to do decades into the future.
Richmond RCMP warn of new scam tactics using AI

Richmond RCMP warn of new scam tactics using AI

Scammers often use pressure tactics and create a sense of urgency to defraud victims.
Skytrax ranks Air Canada as world's most family-friendly airline

Skytrax ranks Air Canada as world's most family-friendly airline

Skytrax ranks Air Canada as Canada's top airline, followed by Air Transat, WestJet
Stop Tilbury LNG: Steveston rally echoes with chants to protect B.C.

Stop Tilbury LNG: Steveston rally echoes with chants to protect B.C.

Protesters gathered outside MLA Kelly Greene’s office on Tuesday morning
CSIS warned B.C. Sikh temple leader of assassination threat before killing: lawyer

CSIS warned B.C. Sikh temple leader of assassination threat before killing: lawyer

A close associate of Sikh community leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar said his friend was warned by Canadian intelligence officials about being targeted for assassination by "mercenaries" before Nijjar was gunned down in Surrey, B.C., on Sunday.
B.C. leads country with highest proportion of renters living in unaffordable conditions

B.C. leads country with highest proportion of renters living in unaffordable conditions

New data from the Canadian Rental Housing Index illustrates some of the realities of renting in B.C. and across Canada
Letters: Reverse racism in Richmond reply is 'laughable'

Letters: Reverse racism in Richmond reply is 'laughable'

The reverse racism debate continues in Richmond
Drinking in Richmond parks nixed, for now

Drinking in Richmond parks nixed, for now

Five parks - including Garry Point Park - were suggested as places where residents could drink alcohol.