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'We won't be swayed:' Café and community show support after threats against drag show

'We won't be swayed:' Café and community show support after threats against drag show

For the Love of Drag was scheduled to perform a show, but it was cancelled after Caffe Fantastico, the show's venue, received threatening phone calls
Sixties Scoop exhibit opens at Vancouver Public Library

Sixties Scoop exhibit opens at Vancouver Public Library

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Public Library has unveiled an exhibit at its downtown branch that tells the story of 12 Indigenous children who were part of the so-called Sixties Scoop.
Local union split amidst negotiations with Richmond Superstore owner Loblaw’s

Local union split amidst negotiations with Richmond Superstore owner Loblaw’s

Some members take to Facebook to challenge their own leadership.
Feds failing to enforce money laundering crimes, B.C. inquiry concludes

Feds failing to enforce money laundering crimes, B.C. inquiry concludes

The Cullen Commission Report suggests a paradigm shift whereby the provincial government takes on duties typically ascribed to the federal government
Still no refund roadmap for cancelled Vancouver Formula E race

Still no refund roadmap for cancelled Vancouver Formula E race

The promoter of the cancelled July 2 electric car race in Vancouver says it is up to the ticketing contractor to refund ticket holders.
Flood stage in B.C. could remain for weeks with prolonged snowmelt or rain: expert

Flood stage in B.C. could remain for weeks with prolonged snowmelt or rain: expert

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has reached the peak window of spring snowmelt, but experts say the dangers of flooding will persist for weeks with record snow in the mountains and unstable weather in the forecast.
Defence cross-examines digital forensic expert in trial of man accused in Amanda Todd case

Defence cross-examines digital forensic expert in trial of man accused in Amanda Todd case

Lawyer of Dutch man accused in ‘sextortion’ trial notes inconsistencies in police report
Recreational psychedelics remain far behind on legalization path

Recreational psychedelics remain far behind on legalization path

The only way to legally obtain psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient in psychedelic mushrooms, is through a health exemption.
B.C. directs pharmacies to keep some types of baby formula behind counter

B.C. directs pharmacies to keep some types of baby formula behind counter

VICTORIA — The threat of a shortage of specialized infant formulas in British Columbia has prompted an order from the Ministry of Health to put the containers behind the counter.
Vancouver man arrested in North Shore crime spree

Vancouver man arrested in North Shore crime spree

A video shared by business owners in the area of Capilano and Marine appears to show the suspect in an assault. A 30-year-old man has been arrested in the case.