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Black alienation in academic life begins in high school: study

Black alienation in academic life begins in high school: study

Researchers find several barriers impacting Black students' academic participation.
Coastal GasLink fined $170K for pumping trench water into wetlands

Coastal GasLink fined $170K for pumping trench water into wetlands

Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. is required to take measures to protect sensitive wetlands, rivers and streams from the dangerous effects of eroded sediment on water quality. After several visits between October 2021 and April 2022, it was found out of compliance.
Citizen recognized for saving woman from jumping off Lions Gate Bridge

Citizen recognized for saving woman from jumping off Lions Gate Bridge

Vancouver cops, citizens received awards for courage, bravery, commitment to excellence
B.C. court rejects Christian elderly care facility's eviction of COVID-stricken man

B.C. court rejects Christian elderly care facility's eviction of COVID-stricken man

A man who could not clean for himself while sick with COVID-19 and isolating was evicted from a Christian care facility.
Video shows dog startle Burnaby girl into oncoming dump truck, developer says

Video shows dog startle Burnaby girl into oncoming dump truck, developer says

Ledingham McAllister and Marcon Construction say they have handed over CCTV footage from their construction site that captured the accident but police urge people 'not to jump to conclusions' based on 'one view of the incident'
Why COVID-19 killed more in some Canadian neighbourhoods than others

Why COVID-19 killed more in some Canadian neighbourhoods than others

A Statistics Canada study found that in 2020, Canadian neighbourhoods with higher concentrations of seniors died at a rate nearly six times higher than the Canadian average; in immigrant dominated communities, the mortality rate was 2.6 times higher.
Riders falling off horses amid Richmond farmland feud

Riders falling off horses amid Richmond farmland feud

Riding stable claims horses are getting spooked by alleged illegal use of the farmland next door
B.C. Shriners suing dead treasurer's estate for $81,000

B.C. Shriners suing dead treasurer's estate for $81,000

The philanthropic organization is suing the estate of a former treasurer for embezzlement.
Nat Geo cruise ship sails past Steveston

Nat Geo cruise ship sails past Steveston

The educational ship has not been seen in local waters since the start of the pandemic
BC Ferries fuel surcharge going up June 1 due to record gas prices

BC Ferries fuel surcharge going up June 1 due to record gas prices

The dollar amount of the increase will vary depending on the route and the fare chosen.