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Victoria police take man into custody after hours-long standoff at apartment building

VICTORIA — An hours-long barricade at a Victoria apartment building ended peacefully Monday night, with police taking a man into custody.
British Columbia appoints former Calgary police deputy chief as sergeant-at-arms

British Columbia appoints former Calgary police deputy chief as sergeant-at-arms

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has appointed a new sergeant-at-arms in the legislature nearly three years after the former officer in the assembly was suspended.
Victoria unveils changes to information and privacy legislation

Victoria unveils changes to information and privacy legislation

Privacy commissioner calls some changes ‘exceedingly troubling’
Surrey mall gangland execution detailed in judge’s decision

Surrey mall gangland execution detailed in judge’s decision

Victim gunned down by two men while waiting in Starbucks drive-thru
North Vancouver utility may heat homes with Bitcoin's wasted heat

North Vancouver utility may heat homes with Bitcoin's wasted heat

Council must approve deal before cryptocurrency mining rig can be installed
Vaccine passports will be mandatory to ski or snowboard at Grouse Mountain this winter

Vaccine passports will be mandatory to ski or snowboard at Grouse Mountain this winter

No decisions about vaccine passports have been announced yet for Cypress or Seymour ski hills
B.C.’s lack of whistleblowing program for publicly traded companies opens door to misconduct: lawyer

B.C.’s lack of whistleblowing program for publicly traded companies opens door to misconduct: lawyer

What protection that is afforded only came into force in March 2020 and is limited, says Vancouver securities litigator.
Protesting TSB investigation

Protesting TSB investigation

Lytton residents protesting TSB wildfire investigation Sunday
B.C. reports 667 cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths in wake of northern B.C. restrictions

B.C. reports 667 cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths in wake of northern B.C. restrictions

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 667 new cases of COVID-19 after new health restrictions in northern B.C. came in to effect. The Health Ministry says there are 5,128 active cases of the virus, with 367 people hospitalized.
Two B.C. women file constitutional challenge of vaccine card

Two B.C. women file constitutional challenge of vaccine card

VANCOUVER — Two British Columbia women who say doctors advised them against getting COVID-19 vaccines have filed a constitutional challenge of the province's vaccine passport. A petition filed in B.C.