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Economist, union president named to Fair Wages Commission

B.C. Business Council vice-president also named to minimum wage panel

President of Brazilian Olympic Committee arrested

Investigation continues into a vote-buying scheme to bring the Olympics to Rio de Janeiro.

Victoria man reunited with Las Vegas men who saved his life

Sheldon Mack was pulled to safety by an off-duty paramedic and driven to hospital by a Armed Forces veteran.

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Grizzly seen in backyard near Terrace B.C.

     

    Canadian veterans fight to reinstate lifelong pensions

       

      Ex-hostage Joshua Boyle calls for justice

         

        Occupied car hit in brazen daylight Cloverdale shooting

           

          Victoria woman guilty of first degree murder, sentenced to life in prison

          Jury rejected not criminally responsible defence in Kaela Mehl’s murder trial

          Smuggling snakes in socks over border

          An Ontario man admits to smuggling snakes in his socks across the Canada-U.S. border.

          B.C. teen’s death points to gaps in youth mental-health supports: rep

          Report into in-care death calls for a more comprehensive continuum of youth mental health program

          Referendum on B.C. voting system next year

          B.C. government moves on proportional representation

          John Horgan blasts Ottawa’s marijuana tax grab

          B.C. premier confident lumber talks not forgotten

          VIDEO: Perfect timing!

          This young whale watcher near Campbell River timed the perfect pose.

          Expert says put aside politics to act on drugs

          Expert calls on Liberals, Tories and the NDP to join forces to aid in overdose crisis.

          Rupert RCMP investigation leads to discovery of 3,000 pot plants near Burns Lake

          Grow-op and clandestine lab found on 6th Avenue East and West tied to larger operation

          Burns Lake RCMP dismantle large scale marijuana grow

          Two men were arrested by Burns Lake RCMP

          • Oct 4th, 2017

          B.C. school superintendent fills in as substitute teacher due to shortage

          Jim Cambridge steps up to take over classroom teaching duties for the first time in 10 years

          • Oct 4th, 2017

          B.C. lawyer banned after writing himself into client’s will

          Law Society says Christopher Penty admitted writing himself into a client’s will.

          NDP tap brakes on ride sharing despite election promises

          Transportation Minister Claire Trevena says government can’t pinpoint the timing of policy

          Surrey pastor, wife accused of multiple sex assaults, child molestation

          Couple charged with multiple counts of sexual assault, RCMP ask any other victims to come forward

          Feds keen to see Trans Mountain pipeline built

          Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says its the safest way to transport oil

          Inmates play vital role in managing B.C.’s worst-ever wildfire season

          Prisoners from Maple Ridge, Nanaimo and Prince George helped out

          Taxidermists included in grizzly hunt review

          B.C. government seeks input on regulations for bear parts