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B.C. trial lawyers urge government action on sheriff shortage

B.C. trial lawyers urge government action on sheriff shortage

The Trial Lawyers Association of B.C. says the shortage is a severe issue affecting the administration of justice.
B.C. penny stock company from Bridgemark case sues lawyer

B.C. penny stock company from Bridgemark case sues lawyer

PreveCeutical Medical is blaming its former lawyer for writing a press release that was found to be misleading by a hearing panel at the B.C. Securities Commission; the company was cleared of allegations it breached the Securities Act.
Astronaut who took Earthrise photo dies in plane crash near Vancouver Island

Astronaut who took Earthrise photo dies in plane crash near Vancouver Island

The body of retired Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders was recovered ­Friday afternoon from the waters off Washington state's San Juan Islands. He was 90.
Video: Air Ambulance fleet replacement to cost $673M

Video: Air Ambulance fleet replacement to cost $673M

The new planes are able to fly to more remote areas as they are equipped to land on gravel.
Opinion: Is Canada finally taking far-right extremism seriously? Latest arrests are a positive sign

Opinion: Is Canada finally taking far-right extremism seriously? Latest arrests are a positive sign

Historically, Canadian police have disproportionately targeted Muslim communities in counter-terrorism efforts, while far-right extremists received comparatively scant scrutiny. Is that changing?
B.C. mountaineers missing eight days as drone footage being analyzed

B.C. mountaineers missing eight days as drone footage being analyzed

Drone footage is being analyzed by search-and-rescue members on Saturday after the group has been missing for eight days.
‘Wilfully blind’ B.C. drug mule, 79, gets house arrest

‘Wilfully blind’ B.C. drug mule, 79, gets house arrest

Bernard Julius Horvath didn't know the suitcase he was carrying into Vancouver contained 2.96 kilos of methamphetamine.
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Keeping an eye on neighbours who water too much

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Keeping an eye on neighbours who water too much

Animals on the lam: Welfare group documents exotic animal escapes, attacks

Animals on the lam: Welfare group documents exotic animal escapes, attacks

OTTAWA — A lot of Canadians have heard of Darwin, the Ikea monkey, who was found wandering a parking garage at the furniture chain's North York store wearing a shearling coat and a diaper.
B.C. will replace its fleet of air ambulances by fall 2025, premier says

B.C. will replace its fleet of air ambulances by fall 2025, premier says

The planes have the ability to carry advanced neonatal incubators and other life-support machines.