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Rights ruling could have cross-border consequences

Rights ruling could have cross-border consequences

Companies’ duty to consult could extend to Indigenous groups in United States, expert says
B.C. resident amongst first group of drivers in Canada to receive Tesla's new self-driving software

B.C. resident amongst first group of drivers in Canada to receive Tesla's new self-driving software

AI, take the wheel!
Health Canada recalls kids ponchos due to fire hazard

Health Canada recalls kids ponchos due to fire hazard

The Olaian ponchos, in various styles and colours, do not meet Canada’s flammability requirements for children’s sleepwear.
Lifting of quarantine for foreign workers good news for Island farmers

Lifting of quarantine for foreign workers good news for Island farmers

Local farmers say the quarantine of seasonal workers was a relatively minor worry as they grapple with skyrocketing costs and the effects of climate change.
B.C. ends quarantine program for temporary foreign workers, self-isolation continues

B.C. ends quarantine program for temporary foreign workers, self-isolation continues

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Agriculture Ministry says it is ending the COVID-19 quarantine program for temporary foreign workers but will keep a different program for another year to support self-isolation to curb the spread of the virus.
Canada’s former top judge stays mum on her future with Hong Kong court

Canada’s former top judge stays mum on her future with Hong Kong court

After two fellow judges resign, Beverley McLachlin declines to comment on her plans for her role with the Hong Kong Court of Appeal.
Royal Columbian Hospital expansion project moving on up in New West

Royal Columbian Hospital expansion project moving on up in New West

New RCH tower on track to open in New Westminster in 2025
B.C. teen becomes first Canadian junior female to win a World Cup

B.C. teen becomes first Canadian junior female to win a World Cup

Sunshine Coast’s Gracey Hemstreet took first place in the downhill race
Accused in Vancouver NYE machete attack to be sentenced in June

Accused in Vancouver NYE machete attack to be sentenced in June

The man accused of multiple assault and robbery charges related to a New Year's Eve machete attack on strangers on Vancouver's Granville Street has pleaded guilty. He now awaits sentencing.
Saskatchewan woman who starved girl to death granted supervised community visits

Saskatchewan woman who starved girl to death granted supervised community visits

VANCOUVER — A Saskatchewan woman who was found guilty of starving to death a girl in her care and abusing the girl's sister has been granted escorted temporary absences from a British Columbia prison.