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B.C. bug bake off — a gimmick or a glimpse into the future of food?

B.C. bug bake off — a gimmick or a glimpse into the future of food?

From beef tacos wrapped in cricket flour-laced tortillas to mealworm ginger sugar cookies, a panel of judges had their work cut out for them at the Great UBC Bug Bake Off.
'Near 0 visibility': Fog advisory issued for Richmond, Metro Vancouver

'Near 0 visibility': Fog advisory issued for Richmond, Metro Vancouver

Drivers may experience reduced visibility and potentially slippery surfaces.
Sub called in after SFU Burnaby prof's anti-feminist, anti-trans rant

Sub called in after SFU Burnaby prof's anti-feminist, anti-trans rant

A class of computing science students at Simon Fraser University's Burnaby campus got a substitute prof Tuesday after their regular prof sent them a message with 'personal views that do not represent the views of the university,' according to an SFU spokesperson.
Festive holiday Reindeer Buses return to Metro Vancouver roads

Festive holiday Reindeer Buses return to Metro Vancouver roads

The nine not-so-little reindeer will be all over the region.
Can my employer force me to take lieu time instead of pay for overtime?

Can my employer force me to take lieu time instead of pay for overtime?

In most provinces, employees must agree in writing to receive time off in lieu of overtime pay. If you have not done so, then it is not legal for your boss to provide you with paid lieu time instead
Sexual-message exchange with former student costs Nanaimo-Ladysmith teacher his certificate

Sexual-message exchange with former student costs Nanaimo-Ladysmith teacher his certificate

The school district began investigating Alexandro Vizza, a secondary school teacher, in June 2021 regarding inappropriate conduct of a sexual nature with a former student
Ottawa aims to increase Canadians’ understanding of grief and healthy coping strategies

Ottawa aims to increase Canadians’ understanding of grief and healthy coping strategies

Canadian Grief Alliance to utilize $1-million in federal funding to develop resources and a national awareness campaign to support grieving families and friends
Government impersonation, phishing are top financial scams, Interac survey finds

Government impersonation, phishing are top financial scams, Interac survey finds

TORONTO — Government impersonation is one of the most common financial scams plaguing people across Canada, a new survey from payment processing company Interac Corp. has found.
B.C. holiday parties being scaled back this year due to impact of inflation, interest rates

B.C. holiday parties being scaled back this year due to impact of inflation, interest rates

'A lot of people are being very conservative and reflective of how they’re spending money.'
Why widespread EV adoption in B.C. will take time

Why widespread EV adoption in B.C. will take time

Province's timeline for phasing out selling new gas-powered car could make available vehicles scarce, and hike prices
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