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Vancouver and B.C. government officials met last fall with FIFA, but most details are secret

Vancouver and B.C. government officials met last fall with FIFA, but most details are secret

BC Place will host seven matches in 2026.
West Vancouver mayor suspended from practising law for 2 years after admitting misconduct

West Vancouver mayor suspended from practising law for 2 years after admitting misconduct

The professional misconduct involved Mayor Mark Sager’s handling of an elderly friend’s estate, with four West Van charitable groups among the beneficiaries
Public Health Ontario staff awarded retroactive pay as Bill 124 compensation

Public Health Ontario staff awarded retroactive pay as Bill 124 compensation

TORONTO — Employees of Public Health Ontario labs are set to receive an additional 5.25 per cent in pay increases to compensate for a provincial wage restraint law that was found unconstitutional and has now been repealed.
Will B.C. learn lessons from other provinces before funding IVF?

Will B.C. learn lessons from other provinces before funding IVF?

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is joining seven provinces in paying for some of the cost of in vitro fertilization but scant details and long-standing inequities have raised questions about how the plan could benefit patients.
Suspected gang member believed to be recruiting near schools: Victoria police chief

Suspected gang member believed to be recruiting near schools: Victoria police chief

The individual, who was arrested, was allegedly recruiting students in parking lots across the street from several schools, Del Manak told the Greater Victoria School Board
Heavy snow, winter storm bring hazardous driving conditions to B.C. highways

Heavy snow, winter storm bring hazardous driving conditions to B.C. highways

WHISTLER, B.C. — Environment Canada is warning of hazardous driving conditions on several stretches of British Columbia highways as a strong Pacific frontal system pushes into the Interior.
New snow in Prince George leaves ski trails in great shape for world championships

New snow in Prince George leaves ski trails in great shape for world championships

Prince George getting ready to host the world March 5-17 at Otway Nordic Centre
Stop killing orphaned bear cubs, District of North Vancouver urges

Stop killing orphaned bear cubs, District of North Vancouver urges

Wildlife advocates say too many black bear cubs are being shot by conservation officers
Vancouver park board 'Transition Team' messages deleted

Vancouver park board 'Transition Team' messages deleted

Even if the messages still existed, Vancouver's information access director said the city would not release them.  
Province not effectively managing hazardous spills, says B.C.'s auditor general

Province not effectively managing hazardous spills, says B.C.'s auditor general

VICTORIA — The number of hazardous spills in British Columbia has trended upwards over the last several years, making it even more important for the government to prepare, auditor general Michael Pickup says.