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Is there fentanyl in my drugs? How 'take-home' testing could be a game changer

Is there fentanyl in my drugs? How 'take-home' testing could be a game changer

If you live in Vancouver, your drugs probably contain fentanyl, says an expert.
That was shady: Man steals $15K in sunglasses from B.C. shop

That was shady: Man steals $15K in sunglasses from B.C. shop

Thief who broke into an optical store in Gibsons just after 4:30 a.m. June 1, grabbed approximately $15,000 worth of sunglasses.
Vancouver fishing company, operator face tuna licence violations

Vancouver fishing company, operator face tuna licence violations

Alleged Fisheries Act violations include failing to have correct technological equipment on a vessel and failing to keep a log book.
Is an 'atmospheric river' headed for Metro Vancouver? Environment Canada weighs in

Is an 'atmospheric river' headed for Metro Vancouver? Environment Canada weighs in

Will one of these powerful systems pound the region with heavy rainfall?
Canada's two busiest fire halls are both in B.C.

Canada's two busiest fire halls are both in B.C.

Half of the calls that come in are medical-related.
Fossil fuel ads should be banned like tobacco, say Canadian health-care workers

Fossil fuel ads should be banned like tobacco, say Canadian health-care workers

Claiming to be the first fossil fuel ad ban in the world led by health professionals, 34 organizations representing 700,000 Canadian workers are calling on the federal government to end advertisements promoting fossil fuels and gas-powered cars.
One winning ticket sold for $70 million Lotto Max jackpot, three Maxmillions winners in B.C.

One winning ticket sold for $70 million Lotto Max jackpot, three Maxmillions winners in B.C.

The jackpot for the next draw on June 10 will be $43 million.
Sexual relationship with B.C. student leads to lifetime teaching ban

Sexual relationship with B.C. student leads to lifetime teaching ban

The commissioner's office said the exploitative conduct constituted a criminal offence and violated the teacher's privileged position of power and trust.
Error sees 503 winning scratch tickets declared "not a winner"

Error sees 503 winning scratch tickets declared "not a winner"

The B.C. Lottery Corp. says an error occurred in the system that validates whether the ticket has won or not.
As gas prices spike, travellers still make plans, but closer to home

As gas prices spike, travellers still make plans, but closer to home

With gas prices spiking to a record $2.35 a litre in the capital region this week, many RVers are planning to keep driving to a minimum this summer — but that doesn't mean they won't be camping.