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B.C. Human Rights Tribunal dismisses Best Buy mask complaint

B.C. Human Rights Tribunal dismisses Best Buy mask complaint

People need to be part of the disability accommodation process rather than expect exactly what they want, B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has said in dismissing a face mask complaint.
Why did Google Maps move a waterfront West Vancouver neighbourhood to the British Properties?

Why did Google Maps move a waterfront West Vancouver neighbourhood to the British Properties?

West Van author and artist Douglas Coupland says his frustrations in trying to get Google Map fixed point to the mysterious nature of Big Tech
Travel blog shares 2010 Olympic plushies' travels around Vancouver and the world (PHOTOS)

Travel blog shares 2010 Olympic plushies' travels around Vancouver and the world (PHOTOS)

They're still so cute! ❤
Survey finds British Columbians think oil and gas subsidy scheme is 'broken'

Survey finds British Columbians think oil and gas subsidy scheme is 'broken'

Oil and gas representatives largely called for the retention of the current system 'as much as possible.'
‘Not a box we tick’: Lack of First Nation consultation delays controversial Surrey industrial park

‘Not a box we tick’: Lack of First Nation consultation delays controversial Surrey industrial park

The approval of a controversial 245-hectare Surrey industrial park was delayed at a Metro Vancouver board meeting Friday after the Semiahmoo First Nation says it was not properly consulted on the project
B.C. court dismisses class-action lawsuit against Facebook over data collection

B.C. court dismisses class-action lawsuit against Facebook over data collection

The court found allegations that the social media giant had "collected, used, retained and commercialized" call and text data and "profited from that collection at users' expense" had not been proven.
B.C. doctors can now prescribe a year-long pass to Canada's national parks

B.C. doctors can now prescribe a year-long pass to Canada's national parks

Parks Canada says it's backing a nature prescription program in B.C., Ontario, Saskatchewan and Manitoba so doctors and nurses can prescribe a Parks Canada Discovery Pass to patients suffering mental and physical health problems.
A third of North American students question if the Holocaust happened

A third of North American students question if the Holocaust happened

Even after an educational course, a quarter of students challenged the historical accuracy of the Holocaust
Rogue ‘bull’ spotted travelling from Richmond to New West on Saturday (VIDEO)

Rogue ‘bull’ spotted travelling from Richmond to New West on Saturday (VIDEO)

Roads were blocked in Queensborough as the animal travelled back and forth on the highway
Airbnb goes to court in B.C. to block release of hosts’ names and addresses

Airbnb goes to court in B.C. to block release of hosts’ names and addresses

Airbnb filed a petition to B.C. Supreme Court on January 28, claiming the Information and Privacy Commissioner unreasonably ordered the City of Vancouver to release license numbers and addresses associated with short-term rental licenses