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I have unpaid speeding tickets in another province. Can I get pulled over if I drive there?

I have unpaid speeding tickets in another province. Can I get pulled over if I drive there?

Most police forces in Canada use automated licence plate recognition (ALPR), where cruiser-mounted infrared cameras snap photos of up to 3,000 plates an hour – catching cars in both directions
BCSC given administrative power beyond those of U.S. SEC

BCSC given administrative power beyond those of U.S. SEC

Recent fine, court decision highlight divergence in powers of separate regulatory agencies
B.C. premier wants to support N.L.’s plan to sue Ottawa over equalization program

B.C. premier wants to support N.L.’s plan to sue Ottawa over equalization program

B.C. Premier David Eby claims that equalization “has resulted in the last two years of a billion dollars going to Ontario, while B.C. taxpayers are struggling, just like everyone else, with affordability issues."
Single-use plastic bags banned as next round of B.C. plastic regulations kicks in

Single-use plastic bags banned as next round of B.C. plastic regulations kicks in

VICTORIA — Plastic shopping bags and other single-use products are no longer available at British Columbia stores as the government implements the latest step in its plan to phaseout certain plastic items and keep harmful chemicals out of landfills.
Office politics are inevitable and beneficial. Here’s how to play the smart way

Office politics are inevitable and beneficial. Here’s how to play the smart way

It’s difficult to get a proper gauge of one’s influence within an organization, but having a reasonable understanding is a key political skill
Vancouver's Olympic Cauldron will be re-lit to celebrate Paris games

Vancouver's Olympic Cauldron will be re-lit to celebrate Paris games

The flame will be back.
'Damn, so close': UBC looks into professor's social media after Trump rally shooting

'Damn, so close': UBC looks into professor's social media after Trump rally shooting

The posts generated outrage online, including from BC Conservative Leader John Rustad, who said "no classroom in this province should have room for this kind of radicalism."
Why would anyone continue to work into their 80s? When you hear the reasons, you might also want to

Why would anyone continue to work into their 80s? When you hear the reasons, you might also want to

A job builds self-understanding, learning, and connecting. For 21-year-olds, 51-year-olds, and 81-year-olds alike
Wholesale trade falls in May as manufacturing sales tick up: Statistics Canada

Wholesale trade falls in May as manufacturing sales tick up: Statistics Canada

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says wholesale sales, excluding petroleum, petroleum products, and other hydrocarbons and excluding oilseed and grain, fell 0.8 per cent to $82.2 billion in May.
'Anti-scab' law could wreak havoc on telecom networks during strikes, industry warns

'Anti-scab' law could wreak havoc on telecom networks during strikes, industry warns

The industry representing Canadian telecommunications carriers and manufacturers is warning that new "anti-scab" legislation could leave Canadians in the dark if a network goes down during a labour stoppage.