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Lawyers seeking class-action certification for Lytton residents impacted by devastating 2021 wildfire

Lawyers seeking class-action certification for Lytton residents impacted by devastating 2021 wildfire

A weeklong hearing is underway in B.C. Supreme Court where lawyers are trying to get a class-action lawsuit certified for Lytton residents impacted by 2021’s devastating wildfire.
Off-duty police officer dead after self-inflicted injury at B.C. gun range

Off-duty police officer dead after self-inflicted injury at B.C. gun range

The incident took place at an indoor shooting range.
Whistler shelter dog is now 'in the arms of an angel' — adoptee Sarah McLachlan

Whistler shelter dog is now 'in the arms of an angel' — adoptee Sarah McLachlan

The adorable new addition comes days before the Canadian singer will appear in a Super Bowl commercial spoofing her iconic SPCA ads.
B.C. Liberal bill would eliminate PST on used vehicle sales

B.C. Liberal bill would eliminate PST on used vehicle sales

Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Peter Milobar re-introduces legislation to cut tax on resold vehicles worth less than $20,000
'Wanted to do my part': B.C.'s Turkish community first in Canada to send aid to disaster zone

'Wanted to do my part': B.C.'s Turkish community first in Canada to send aid to disaster zone

To help Turkey's earthquake recovery, British Columbians can donate supplies at 580 Industrial Ave. in Vancouver or donate cash to the Canadian Red Cross.
B.C. universities to support women in Afghanistan seeking education

B.C. universities to support women in Afghanistan seeking education

A toolkit has been created for Canadian colleges and universities to support women affected by the Taliban's ban on higher education.
Coquitlam students take their plea for 'kindness' to the B.C. legislature

Coquitlam students take their plea for 'kindness' to the B.C. legislature

Can doing something nice for someone make you feel good? These School District 43 students say 'yes.'
Safety alert: Canada-wide recall of multi-surface cleaner due to 'microbial hazard'

Safety alert: Canada-wide recall of multi-surface cleaner due to 'microbial hazard'

If you have any of the recalled products, immediately stop using them.
Transit to shape Metro Vancouver office development in 2023

Transit to shape Metro Vancouver office development in 2023

With implications for ESG, affordable housing and in-person work, accessible transportation and transit-oriented development is top of mind for B.C. industry leaders
B.C. man loses COVID test battle with Air Canada

B.C. man loses COVID test battle with Air Canada

Air Canada said a man's COVID-19 tests weren't appropriate for his final destination and refused to board him.
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