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Kirk LaPointe: Meta does to news what Ottawa thought it wouldn't

Kirk LaPointe: Meta does to news what Ottawa thought it wouldn't

The Trudeau government has misjudged the tech titans and threatened Canadian journalism.
Mexicans travelling to B.C. more than pre-pandemic

Mexicans travelling to B.C. more than pre-pandemic

Country is the only one to send more nationals to B.C. in April and May than same months in 2019.
35 things you need in your emergency kit

35 things you need in your emergency kit

A complete list of everything you need should you find yourself in an emergency.
Vancouver SRO tenants reject Toronto real estate firm's push for buyouts

Vancouver SRO tenants reject Toronto real estate firm's push for buyouts

Longtime tenant: "I'm scared, I'm worried, I don't want to end up on the street."
Province gears up for fall COVID-19 booster campaign

Province gears up for fall COVID-19 booster campaign

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says the updated vaccine, if approved, should start rolling out in late September or early October.
After bumpy start to summer, B.C. Ferries striving for smooth sailing this weekend

After bumpy start to summer, B.C. Ferries striving for smooth sailing this weekend

Key personnel are on standby to step in if staffing shortages arise, and a new “virtual waiting room” will be in place to help ensure the stability of the website and e-booking.
Letter: What will New West do about lawn sprinkling scofflaws?

Letter: What will New West do about lawn sprinkling scofflaws?

Water restrictions won't work if no one's enforcing them.
B.C. whale-watching operator owes boater new barbecue

B.C. whale-watching operator owes boater new barbecue

Prince of Whales Holdings Ltd. was found to have operated its vessel in an incompetent manner resulting in a ruined boat barbecue.
Properties destroyed as latest B.C. wildfire flares, forcing urgent evacuations

Properties destroyed as latest B.C. wildfire flares, forcing urgent evacuations

Owen Rose said his "worst fears were realized" as he watched an out-of-control wildfire creep over a ridge and race toward Gun Lake in southern British Columbia, destroying about a dozen properties in its path.
Late parking lot payment can't negate ticket, B.C. tribunal clarifies

Late parking lot payment can't negate ticket, B.C. tribunal clarifies

B.C. man argued because he paid for parking at some point during the day, he should not be fined.