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B.C. teacher disciplined for hijab Halloween costume comments

B.C. teacher disciplined for hijab Halloween costume comments

Surrey substitute teacher asked hijab-wearing student if they had been trick-or-treating.
B.C. debtor forced to pay after BBQ cash-stuffing claim rejected

B.C. debtor forced to pay after BBQ cash-stuffing claim rejected

Debtor forced to pay after B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal finds no evidence Vancouver woman stuffed an envelope full of cash into a backyard barbecue.
B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

VICTORIA — The New Democrat government pledged more homes for middle-class people in British Columbia and eviction protection for renters in a throne speech that promised affordability measures in this week's budget, with a provincial election set fo
Foreign interference public inquiry commissioner withholds almost all applications for standing

Foreign interference public inquiry commissioner withholds almost all applications for standing

The inquiry examines the roles of Chinese, Russian and Indian government and non-government actors in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections.
Off-duty paramedics, beach-goers in the right place to save soccer player, surfer

Off-duty paramedics, beach-goers in the right place to save soccer player, surfer

The five —including a family of three — were recognized in a B.C. Emergency Heath Services Vital Link ceremony for their lifesaving efforts
Spectators in awe as killer whale surfaces in Victoria

Spectators in awe as killer whale surfaces in Victoria

A photograph captured the moment a Bigg's killer whale checked out some people at Ogden Point Breakwater.
'Physical misery': B.C. court orders dentist to pay $15K in damages

'Physical misery': B.C. court orders dentist to pay $15K in damages

Marie Harrison went in for three fillings. The dentist worked on 19 teeth without her consent during a single eight-hour session.
Hitchhiking hen finds new home after ride from Campbell River to Nanaimo

Hitchhiking hen finds new home after ride from Campbell River to Nanaimo

The chicken hopped out of the undercarriage of a recycling truck that had brought materials to Nanaimo to be processed
B.C. teacher suspended for throwing things at students

B.C. teacher suspended for throwing things at students

Justin Ray Arnesto told the student that reporting an incident would "not make any difference" because the principal "will take my side over your side."
Watch: North Vancouver bus lane bandit fined $1,500

Watch: North Vancouver bus lane bandit fined $1,500

The hefty bill for a driver nabbed speeding in a bus lane to avoid bridge traffic should be a warning to others, North Vancouver RCMP say.