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B.C. needs 'strong federal partner' on fentanyl chemical imports, says Premier Eby

B.C. needs 'strong federal partner' on fentanyl chemical imports, says Premier Eby

New report from U.S. Congress claims People's Republic of China is not upholding international agreements to curb production and export of precursor chemicals for fentanyl.
Liberals, Conservatives and NDP argue in B.C. court to prevent investigation of their privacy policies

Liberals, Conservatives and NDP argue in B.C. court to prevent investigation of their privacy policies

"The [federal political parties] are in an inherent conflict of interest when dealing with the personal information of the electorate," says the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association.
B.C. Securities Commission uses new power after woman allegedly skipped out on investigators

B.C. Securities Commission uses new power after woman allegedly skipped out on investigators

The B.C. Securities Commission is putting into use a new enforcement tool bestowed upon it by the provincial government to discourage people from skipping out on investigators.
B.C. lawyer once crowned 'Canada's smartest person' suspended from practice

B.C. lawyer once crowned 'Canada's smartest person' suspended from practice

In 2014, Braden Lauer gained national attention when he won CBC's Canada's Smartest Person game show.
B.C. child killer's name change prompts criticism, political finger-pointing

B.C. child killer's name change prompts criticism, political finger-pointing

In B.C., name changes are no longer made public.
Child killer Allan Schoenborn's review hearing adjourned after outburst

Child killer Allan Schoenborn's review hearing adjourned after outburst

BC Review Board hearing adjourned for Allan Schoenborn, who has changed his name and is concerned about being recognized in public during his unescorted community leaves from a psychiatric hospital.
B.C. residents liable in $1B U.S. stock fraud have asset list sealed before penalty hearing

B.C. residents liable in $1B U.S. stock fraud have asset list sealed before penalty hearing

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking roughly $170 million from seven individuals who reside or conduct business in British Columbia following findings of fraud in civil court proceedings.
Vancouver 'social justice' developer fined $350K for fraud

Vancouver 'social justice' developer fined $350K for fraud

Cherie Evangeline White asserted a relationship with the Salvation Army Church to attract investors for an illegal property flipping arrangement and eventual fraudulent use of funds.
Guilty pleas entered in stock fraud case involving Canadian 'entities'

Guilty pleas entered in stock fraud case involving Canadian 'entities'

U.S. officials alleged Jonathan Mikula illegally promoted U.S.-listed public company Emerald Health Pharmaceuticals, which has significant ties to British Columbia.
Most evictions started by landlords and against younger Canadians, survey finds

Most evictions started by landlords and against younger Canadians, survey finds

Evictees show a lower level of trust in people and in turn have reported poorer mental health, according to Statistics Canada.