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Police in Vancouver seek suspects in masked invasion of downtown Gucci store

Police in Vancouver seek suspects in masked invasion of downtown Gucci store

VANCOUVER — Police in Vancouver have released months-old footage of a take-over-style robbery involving bear spray at a downtown retailer. The security footage shows two masked men entering a Gucci store on Dec. 9.
B.C. directors guild issues strike notice, thrusting film productions into uncertainty

B.C. directors guild issues strike notice, thrusting film productions into uncertainty

Productions not covered under safe harbour agreements could face job action within 72 hours
BC Music Hall of Fame inductee passes after battle with kidney disease

BC Music Hall of Fame inductee passes after battle with kidney disease

In 2016, Jacks was hospitalized with life-threatening complications from kidney failure but had recovered.
B.C. district council for Directors Guild of Canada issues strike notice

B.C. district council for Directors Guild of Canada issues strike notice

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia district council for the Directors Guild of Canada says it has issued a strike notice to the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and the Canadian Media Producers Association's B.C. chapter.
Singer-songwriter remembered as selfless, dies at age 73 in B.C. hospital

Singer-songwriter remembered as selfless, dies at age 73 in B.C. hospital

VANCOUVER — Singer-songwriter Susan Jacks, who lit up the airwaves with her band's 1969 smash hit "Which Way You Goin' Billy?" has died while awaiting a second kidney transplant. She was 73.
Site C went beyond halfway mark without a fraud risk assessment: auditor

Site C went beyond halfway mark without a fraud risk assessment: auditor

‘There is a risk that some fraud threats were overlooked,’ B.C. auditor general’s report warns.
'I will never drive in B.C. again'

'I will never drive in B.C. again'

American colonel regretful after getting caught speeding twice on Alaska Highway
Fraud risk management at B.C.'s $16-billion Site C dam project can improved: auditor

Fraud risk management at B.C.'s $16-billion Site C dam project can improved: auditor

VICTORIA — British Columbia's auditor general says Crown-owned BC Hydro can improve its management of potential fraud risks at the $16 billion Site C dam project.
Forged signatures land two B.C. investment dealers penalties, suspension

Forged signatures land two B.C. investment dealers penalties, suspension

One forged document lands a one-year suspension.
Second B.C. farm positive for avian flu as virus found in backyard flock in Kelowna

Second B.C. farm positive for avian flu as virus found in backyard flock in Kelowna

KELOWNA, B.C. — A small backyard poultry flock in Kelowna, B.C., has tested positive for avian flu, the second known outbreak of the disease among flocks in British Columbia.