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B.C. couple loses lawsuit over privacy screen installed by neighbour

B.C. couple loses lawsuit over privacy screen installed by neighbour

The couple claimed the screen was a 'spite fence'
Police seize 150K potentially fatal fentanyl doses in Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Police seize 150K potentially fatal fentanyl doses in Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS)

The busts also resulted in the seizure of $150,000 in cash
Health alert: Prepared meals recalled from Metro Vancouver supermarkets due to possible salmonella

Health alert: Prepared meals recalled from Metro Vancouver supermarkets due to possible salmonella

Check your fridges!
Good Samaritan helped B.C. woman escape after vehicle slid into icy river

Good Samaritan helped B.C. woman escape after vehicle slid into icy river

Kamloops resident 'just elated' to see someone was there in time of need
Our casual use of facial analysis tools can lead to more sinister applications

Our casual use of facial analysis tools can lead to more sinister applications

Facial recognition technologies have become more popular through increasingly sophisticated devices and popular fads. Casual use of face scanning and analysis features has long-term social impacts.
Winter road salting has year-round consequences

Winter road salting has year-round consequences

Salty water seeps into our soils and groundwater through surface runoff and storm-water pipes. The long-term storage of salt in the environment impacts aquatic life, infrastructure and drinking water.
Income inequality and COVID-19: We are in the same storm, but not in the same boat

Income inequality and COVID-19: We are in the same storm, but not in the same boat

How two Canadian teams of economists and epidemiologists studied COVID-19 from a social science perspective to show that higher national income inequality is associated with worse COVID outcomes.
New study reveals intensified housing inequality in Canada from 1981 to 2016

New study reveals intensified housing inequality in Canada from 1981 to 2016

The conversation about housing policies needs to highlight the significant role the state plays in creating existing housing problems, and providing the resulting solutions.
To get through the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to learn how to live in an ongoing disaster

To get through the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to learn how to live in an ongoing disaster

Canadians need to rethink their relationship to the pandemic by learning to live in a state of continual disaster for the foreseeable future.
The long fight against sexual assault and harassment at universities

The long fight against sexual assault and harassment at universities

The struggle against sexual harassment and sexual assault at Ontario universities goes back to the 1970s.