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'Utterly useless' wood splitter was for former B.C. legislature clerk's own gain: Crown

'Utterly useless' wood splitter was for former B.C. legislature clerk's own gain: Crown

James is accused of improperly approving a $257,988 retirement allowance to himself in February 2012, among other alleged fraud and breach of trust violations
B.C. reports 24 COVID-19-related deaths, 4,997 infections over a three-day period

B.C. reports 24 COVID-19-related deaths, 4,997 infections over a three-day period

VICTORIA — British Columbia officials say there are 64 health-care facilities across the province that have COVID-19 outbreaks.
B.C. human rights complaint dismissed against Loblaws for mask policy

B.C. human rights complaint dismissed against Loblaws for mask policy

The complaint against the supermarket chain was dismissed due to a lack of evidence
Final stretch of Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon reopened Monday

Final stretch of Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon reopened Monday

The estimated price tag for the repairs to highways damaged by the flooding, including the Coquihalla and Highway 1 is between $170 and $220 million
Fincad scooped up in Canadian fintech consolidation

Fincad scooped up in Canadian fintech consolidation

Acquisition deal worth a reported US$33M
Court dismisses WestJet's appeal on baggage-fees class action

Court dismisses WestJet's appeal on baggage-fees class action

Class-action lawsuit alleges WestJet posted two prices for baggage fees, and charged the higher amount
B.C. athlete Elena Gaskell to compete in freestyle skiing at Beijing Olympics

B.C. athlete Elena Gaskell to compete in freestyle skiing at Beijing Olympics

The 23-year-old Vernon athlete will joining the national team after overcoming an injury
Émilie Castonguay is the first woman to be named Assistant General Manager by the Vancouver Canucks

Émilie Castonguay is the first woman to be named Assistant General Manager by the Vancouver Canucks

Historic hire for the Vancouver Canucks
'I don't have time to pee:' Canadian teachers report burnout during pandemic

'I don't have time to pee:' Canadian teachers report burnout during pandemic

81 percent of surveyed teachers said they’re putting their students’ needs above their own, according to the Canadian Teachers' Federation
Another First Nations group wants in on Trans Mountain pipeline

Another First Nations group wants in on Trans Mountain pipeline

New coalition of indigenous groups includes B.C. First Nations