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North Vancouver boater injured when vessel struck from behind awarded more than $2 million

North Vancouver boater injured when vessel struck from behind awarded more than $2 million

Brent Henderson launched a civil suit against Michael Raymond Gettle in November 2016 seeking damages for past and future wage loss, loss of pension and cost of future care.
UBC professor missing, last seen on Salt Spring Island

UBC professor missing, last seen on Salt Spring Island

Police and search and rescue crews are looking for a missing woman who was last seen on Salt Spring Island.
Tsleil-Waututh Nation School students do their part to help restore health of Burrard Inlet

Tsleil-Waututh Nation School students do their part to help restore health of Burrard Inlet

'Restoring the health of the inlet restores the health of the people'
Video captures 'demovicted' North Van eagles raising chicks

Video captures 'demovicted' North Van eagles raising chicks

The eagles have landed. Not only that, they’ve set up a home and have started a young family.
Amazon ups Metro Vancouver recruitment campaign to nearly 3,000

Amazon ups Metro Vancouver recruitment campaign to nearly 3,000

In 2019, when Amazon employed 2,300 employees in B.C., it said that it planned to triple that workforce within the next few years.
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on social gatherings in B.C. over the summer months

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on social gatherings in B.C. over the summer months

"Slowly, gradually."

Police investigate 'suspicious' death of 55-year-old man found on B.C. road

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Police have identified a man whose body was found on a road in Abbotsford, B.C., as they try to determine the cause of what appears to be a suspicious death. Sgt.
Immunization working, making difference in B.C., gradual reopening on horizon

Immunization working, making difference in B.C., gradual reopening on horizon

VICTORIA — COVID-19 immunizations are starting to make a difference in British Columbia and a gradual loosening of restrictions is being considered as the summer months approach, health officials say.
B.C. government axes climate change fund for cities — without warning

B.C. government axes climate change fund for cities — without warning

Since 2010, the Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) has refunded cities carbon taxes levied at the local government level, offering both a steady funding stream to take action on climate change and a mechanism to report local emissions.
Will B.C. soon change mask mandate as vaccination rate increases?

Will B.C. soon change mask mandate as vaccination rate increases?

Henry addressed B.C.'s mask mandate, including if we'll soon drop the requirement like in the U.S.