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After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

Community engagement suffers, says Southern Sunshine Coast FAC chair as BC Ferries faces criticism for lack of responsiveness and delays.
B.C. sex worker killer, child abuser gets bail

B.C. sex worker killer, child abuser gets bail

Jatin Patel is accused of breaching a long-term supervision order after convictions for killing a sex worker and for sexually assaulting adolescent females.
Arshdeep Bains getting top-six shot with Canucks

Arshdeep Bains getting top-six shot with Canucks

J.T. Miller and Brock Boeser had a new linemate at Thursday's morning skate in Seattle: Arshdeep Bains.
'Vogue' judge: Pamela Anderson surprises fans at Madonna concert in Vancouver

'Vogue' judge: Pamela Anderson surprises fans at Madonna concert in Vancouver

The crowd went wild when the Ladysmith-born beauty appeared on the stage. 
Taylor Swift in Vancouver: Budget hotel rates skyrocket to 10 times the usual

Taylor Swift in Vancouver: Budget hotel rates skyrocket to 10 times the usual

There's no such thing as a cheap hotel in Vancouver when Taylor Swift's Eras Tour arrives in Vancouver this December.
B.C. nurse banned five years after sex assault convictions

B.C. nurse banned five years after sex assault convictions

"The inquiry committee found that the most severe outcome was necessary to ensure that public safety was not compromised."
All oil and natural gas permits in B.C. waters relinquished, energy minister says

All oil and natural gas permits in B.C. waters relinquished, energy minister says

Chevron Canada has relinquished the last of 227 oil and gas exploration permits that once blanketed B.C.’s coast to the federal government
Flushed finances: B.C. woman's drunken deuce costs big

Flushed finances: B.C. woman's drunken deuce costs big

A woman became inebriated and defecated throughout a man's home, "damaging his carpet, recliner, bed, pillows, comforter, sheets, and mattress protector."
One person dead after load from construction crane falls on Vancouver building

One person dead after load from construction crane falls on Vancouver building

VANCOUVER — B.C.'s premier and minister of labour are sharing their heartfelt condolences after a worker was killed in Vancouver's Oakridge neighbourhood when a load from a crane fell on a building under construction.
Burnaby auto mechanic posed as UBC dental student to get $350K line of credit: Crown

Burnaby auto mechanic posed as UBC dental student to get $350K line of credit: Crown

Alberto Cuellar Ojeda, 30, presented the Royal Bank of Canada with a forged letter from UBC so he could get access to a $350,000 line of credit available to medical and dental students, according to facts presented during his sentencing hearing Wednesday.