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Money laundering 'enormous' in B.C. but no evidence of corruption, commissioner finds

Money laundering 'enormous' in B.C. but no evidence of corruption, commissioner finds

An 1,800-page report about money laundering in B.C. was released to the public Wednesday.
B.C. municipalities called on to sue 'Big Oil' over climate damages

B.C. municipalities called on to sue 'Big Oil' over climate damages

"This industry has to bear some responsibility for the products that they’ve produced," says a staff lawyer with West Coast Environmental Law.
Canada suspends COVID-19 vaccination requirement for travel

Canada suspends COVID-19 vaccination requirement for travel

Changes affect those flying and on trains within Canada, and those flying out of the country
'World-precedent measure': Heart and Stroke Foundation applauds single cigarette warnings

'World-precedent measure': Heart and Stroke Foundation applauds single cigarette warnings

Annual exposures to warning messages are expected to increase from 7,300 to 58,000. "It's going to be a daily reminder," says a spokesperson for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Furnace or boiler expiring soon? Here's why you should consider an electric alternative

Furnace or boiler expiring soon? Here's why you should consider an electric alternative

In order to hit 2030 emissions reduction targets, B.C. must rapidly electrify hundreds of thousands of homes, states a new report.
'We are salmon people': First Nation leaders in B.C. demand audience with fisheries minister

'We are salmon people': First Nation leaders in B.C. demand audience with fisheries minister

“There's a really strong feeling that DFO’s management of the fishery is preventing us from passing on ancient knowledge to our younger generations.” 
B.C. nurse suspended for N95 mask theft

B.C. nurse suspended for N95 mask theft

The nurse also over-reported practice hours to the regulator by 7,623 hours.
Unprecedented NHL game online blocking could help combat piracy, lawyers say

Unprecedented NHL game online blocking could help combat piracy, lawyers say

Internet companies will have to block access to certain website addresses during NHL games in order to help combat the intellectual property piracy around the broadcasts.
Vaccine injury program compensates eight Canadians in first two weeks

Vaccine injury program compensates eight Canadians in first two weeks

The Vaccine Injury Support Program offers compensation to anyone injured by any vaccine after Dec. 8, 2020.
Feds set to lift COVID travel mandates, announcement expected today

Feds set to lift COVID travel mandates, announcement expected today

The vaccine mandate will also be lifted for domestic travellers on passenger trains and buses, allowing unvaccinated Canadians to move more freely around the country.