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Les Leyne: Tired of arguing, NDP cuts off debate on bill that reduces power of lawyers

Les Leyne: Tired of arguing, NDP cuts off debate on bill that reduces power of lawyers

The NDP have unilaterally declared debates over multiple times in the past few years.
B.C. government and social media giants make deal on non-consensual intimate images

B.C. government and social media giants make deal on non-consensual intimate images

The companies have committed to providing B.C. with so-called direct escalation channels that will allow for quick reporting of non-consensual intimate images being placed online even before a protection order is issued. 
B.C. couple's pothole claim dismissed by tribunal

B.C. couple's pothole claim dismissed by tribunal

The Civil Resolution Tribunal ruled the City of Victoria met its duty of care in filling the pothole the day after it was reported.
Federal parties lose judicial review of B.C. privacy ruling

Federal parties lose judicial review of B.C. privacy ruling

A B.C. judge has affirmed provincial privacy law applies to federal political parties.
B.C. credit card fraud charges could be tossed as accused drags feet

B.C. credit card fraud charges could be tossed as accused drags feet

Joseph Jason Allen has had seven lawyers for more than 70 court appearances involving 30 judges or justices of the peace.
Canucks' Elias Pettersson has struggled like this before

Canucks' Elias Pettersson has struggled like this before

"I’m trying out there. It’s maybe not going the best way right now, but I’m trying. I want to win.”
Christmas lights to be lit this year by Site C hydro-electric dam

Christmas lights to be lit this year by Site C hydro-electric dam

BC Hydro chief explains why B.C. still needs more power, even with the new Site C dam.
Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre visits North Vancouver business

Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre visits North Vancouver business

The Tory leader warned municipalities they must approve more growth or face financial consequences
'The whole country is not on fire': Canadian tourism industry struggles as fires rage

'The whole country is not on fire': Canadian tourism industry struggles as fires rage

OTTAWA — Canada's tourism industry is trying to put on its Sunday best this week, showcasing itself to more than 500 international travel agents and tour operators at the largest annual tourism convention in Canada.
Solar storms hit deep-sea compasses: UVic

Solar storms hit deep-sea compasses: UVic

Ocean Networks Canada, which operates deep-sea observatories, discovered the disturbances during quality-control checks.