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B.C., U.S. astronomers detect radio 'heartbeat' billions of light-years from Earth

B.C., U.S. astronomers detect radio 'heartbeat' billions of light-years from Earth

The strange and persistent radio signal from a far-off galaxy appears to be flashing with surprising regularity.
Family of man who died at B.C. construction site awarded $875,000

Family of man who died at B.C. construction site awarded $875,000

The workplace accident happened in March 2016 when a concrete-pumping hose fractured, causing a boom to collapse.
Online dating fraudsters threaten Burnaby victims with violence

Online dating fraudsters threaten Burnaby victims with violence

Over the past month, three Burnaby residents who've shared addresses and phone numbers on dating apps have been sent videos from fraudsters who say they are on their way to the victim's house and will shoot them and their families if they don't pay up.
Scientists warn nuclear war could trigger mass ocean die-offs, new 'ice age'

Scientists warn nuclear war could trigger mass ocean die-offs, new 'ice age'

The idea of nuclear winter has been around for decades. But what would happen to the oceans? What would happen to the millions of species that call it home, and the others — including humans — that rely on them?
B.C. judge orders former gangster to keep the peace for a year

B.C. judge orders former gangster to keep the peace for a year

Mani Rezaei was charged with assault with a weapon, assault, uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm and cause fear of injury/damage to person/property after a 2020 altercation.
B.C. lawyer breached practice order, collected $228,000 in legal fees

B.C. lawyer breached practice order, collected $228,000 in legal fees

A Vancouver lawyer has been fined $10,000 after continuing to work as a sole practitioner despite legal profession regulator warnings and undertakings not to do so.
Bank of Canada unexpectedly hikes key rate one full point

Bank of Canada unexpectedly hikes key rate one full point

Economists had widely expected the Bank of Canada would hike its key rate by 75 basis points
'Growing in size and severity': How Arctic ozone loss affects Canada's climate

'Growing in size and severity': How Arctic ozone loss affects Canada's climate

Ozone depletion may be less severe over the North Pole, but it still has big implications for residents of the Northern Hemisphere. Severe ozone loss can cause climate anomalies and negatively impact sectors such as agriculture, a new study proves.
Group rallies outside premiers meeting for solutions to family-doctor shortage

Group rallies outside premiers meeting for solutions to family-doctor shortage

A group rallied on the front lawns of the Fairmont Empress on Tuesday to tell premiers meeting inside they want to hear solutions to the chronic shortage of family doctors.
Opinion: For migrant farm workers, housing is not just a determinant of health, but a determinant of death

Opinion: For migrant farm workers, housing is not just a determinant of health, but a determinant of death

Poor housing put migrant workers at risk for COVID-19. A federal government consultation on national housing standards is a crucial opportunity to support migrant workers’ health, safety and dignity.