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Southern rural B.C. faces largest spike in violent gun crime in Canada

Southern rural B.C. faces largest spike in violent gun crime in Canada

Firearm-related violent crimes in Canada started an upward climb in 2014. 
Vancouver airline pandemic job loss yields $168,609 court award

Vancouver airline pandemic job loss yields $168,609 court award

Judge said it was unreasonable for a "devastated" employee to expect employee to be looking for work while she was winding down its Vancouver operations before being laid off
Elderly pedestrians struck by vehicle in Abbotsford

Elderly pedestrians struck by vehicle in Abbotsford

The two Abbotsford seniors, both in their 80s, were transported to the hospital.
'It's time now' for an increase in health transfers, Horgan says

'It's time now' for an increase in health transfers, Horgan says

The prime minister has repeatedly said the best time to talk about health transfers to provinces is after the pandemic winds down, which means now, Premier John Horgan said in Saskatchewan on Friday.
B.C. gaming inspector facing 37 Vancouver fraud, bribery and bogus licence charges

B.C. gaming inspector facing 37 Vancouver fraud, bribery and bogus licence charges

Alleged corruption at Vancouver's Hastings Racecourse led to a gaming inspector's court appearance May 26 on 37 charges of immigration fraud, accepting bribes and bogus licence charges.
Seniors still in 'limbo' six months after homes swept away in B.C. storm

Seniors still in 'limbo' six months after homes swept away in B.C. storm

Othello Road homeowners had to watch their homes get swept into the Coquihalla River during last November's storms. Six months later, they're still homeless and in 'limbo' waiting for support.
J-Pod back in Salish Sea, with healthy female calf

J-Pod back in Salish Sea, with healthy female calf

Presence of J-Pod in Island waters so soon in season regarded as a good sign
Targeting monkeypox vaccine to high-risk areas 'reasonable,' says doctor

Targeting monkeypox vaccine to high-risk areas 'reasonable,' says doctor

Canada won’t conduct mass vaccinations for monkeypox and instead will take a targeted approach, deputy chief public health officer Dr. Howard Njoo said Thursday.
Nurture BIPOC stories and art in post-secondary classrooms: experts

Nurture BIPOC stories and art in post-secondary classrooms: experts

A Vancouver Film School graduate says there's no proper nurturing for their stories and art in classrooms since the majority of film school instructors are white, older white Canadian men.
Culture, diversity important to young people, a new study finds

Culture, diversity important to young people, a new study finds

Contrary to the ideological divides among Canadian news media when it comes to multiculturalism, university students are not only enthusiastic about sharing their own cultures with each other but are keen to learn about new ones.