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Adrian Raeside cartoon: The carbon tax at work

Adrian Raeside cartoon: The carbon tax at work

Green leader calls for child-protection workers to have social-worker training, oversight

Green leader calls for child-protection workers to have social-worker training, oversight

A bill introduced by Furstenau this week would amend the Social Workers Act to require anyone using the title “social worker” to hold a degree in social work and be registered with the B.C. College of Social Workers
Les Leyne: Unite-the-right idea is still on the table

Les Leyne: Unite-the-right idea is still on the table

BC United and Conservative Party of B.C. are building separate teams to fight an election at the same time they are willing to listen to people urging them to come together
Critics slam Paper Excellence review that found no APP links

Critics slam Paper Excellence review that found no APP links

Law firm finds Paper Excellence and Asia Pulp and Paper have no current 'relationship of control' but critics say investigators held Canadian company as long-term client.
Last-minute goal gives Canucks crucial win over Oilers in Game 5

Last-minute goal gives Canucks crucial win over Oilers in Game 5

The Vancouver Canucks were the better team from start to finish in Game 5 but it took a last-minute goal by J.T. Miller to give them the win.
Law Society of BC announces 'legal action' against province over regulator reform

Law Society of BC announces 'legal action' against province over regulator reform

The Law Society of BC intends to mount a constitutional challenge of Bill 21, claiming it infringes on the independence of lawyers.
Richmond gallery hosts Chinese painting and calligraphy exhibition

Richmond gallery hosts Chinese painting and calligraphy exhibition

The free exhibition is taking place from now till June 6
Bail hearing delayed in fatal Vancouver stabbing case

Bail hearing delayed in fatal Vancouver stabbing case

Jason Robert St. Anne died in hospital after being stabbed on Jan. 8, 2023.
Richmond masseur's sexual assault conviction appeal rejected

Richmond masseur's sexual assault conviction appeal rejected

Kuo Liang Paul Chien was convicted in July 2022 of sexually assaulting a woman during a therapeutic massage.
Popular Richmond trail to close on weekdays for inspection work

Popular Richmond trail to close on weekdays for inspection work

New weekend shuttle service from Templeton SkyTrain to Iona Beach Regional Park being introduced