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New West pharmacy sues former pharmacist over reused COVID vaccine syringes

New West pharmacy sues former pharmacist over reused COVID vaccine syringes

Kent Pharmacy was named in two lawsuits by patients. Now it’s suing the former pharmacy manager.
B.C. government hit tweet limit amid wildfire evacuations

B.C. government hit tweet limit amid wildfire evacuations

DriveBC's Twitter account maxed out sharing crucial road condition information during a weekend of wildfire evacuations. Experts say it spells the end of social media as a reliable platform during an emergency.
Porsche drivers temporarily lose cars and licences for speeding on Sea to Sky Highway: RCMP

Porsche drivers temporarily lose cars and licences for speeding on Sea to Sky Highway: RCMP

The first two vehicles were travelling at 195 km/h, with the third Porsche was travelling at 146 km/h. 
Humongous $200M superyacht arrives in Vancouver

Humongous $200M superyacht arrives in Vancouver

Superyachts are known to frequent the waters off B.C., and the recent arrival is drawing attention.
Historic oak tree to be protected in New West development project

Historic oak tree to be protected in New West development project

A heritage tree? Townhouse project looks to protect oak tree in Queensborough
Four years after passage of law on abandoned boats, only two fines have been levied

Four years after passage of law on abandoned boats, only two fines have been levied

There are currently 1,748 boats listed in the national inventory of abandoned and wrecked vessels.
Political rifts among accounting profession bodies yet to reach B.C.

Political rifts among accounting profession bodies yet to reach B.C.

Ontario and Quebec’s CPA regulatory bodies plan to sever ties with CPA Canada.
Environment Canada calls for a shift in Metro Vancouver weather

Environment Canada calls for a shift in Metro Vancouver weather

They can't all be sunny days.
Military priest accused of sexual abuse in B.C. case

Military priest accused of sexual abuse in B.C. case

The Bishop of Victoria and the Roman Catholic Military Ordinariate of Canada have been named as defendants.
A rising call for one big change in championing workers

A rising call for one big change in championing workers

Sectoral bargaining could have a sweeping effect by letting unions negotiate for employees at multiple sites, even if they aren’t members.