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Fraser Valley pastor's 10-day hearing into COVID-related worship bans begins

Fraser Valley pastor's 10-day hearing into COVID-related worship bans begins

A 10-day hearing to consider application by Chilliwack pastor over in-person worship bans has begun
Ottawa give B.C. short-term certainty on RCMP contract policing

Ottawa give B.C. short-term certainty on RCMP contract policing

Federal government looking at a revamp of how federal police force operates
Yukon expects return to ‘normal’ wildfire season after busy 2023: officials

Yukon expects return to ‘normal’ wildfire season after busy 2023: officials

Damp ground and a significant snowpack expected to hurt chances of a repeat of last year
B.C. considers legal action against Ottawa over equalization: Eby

B.C. considers legal action against Ottawa over equalization: Eby

B.C. Premier says province may join constitutional challenge launched earlier by Newfoundland
VIDEO: Bear tries to paw, chew its way out of B.C. garage

VIDEO: Bear tries to paw, chew its way out of B.C. garage

RCMP see spike in bear reports between early May and September
B.C. officials want audit of $3.86B wastewater treatment plant

B.C. officials want audit of $3.86B wastewater treatment plant

Explanation wanted for delays, overruns on North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant
Police warn of violent assault on sex worker in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Police warn of violent assault on sex worker in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Sex worker is recovering after being assaulted with a weapon, pushed out of a vehicle
Vancouver-based Vancity credit union lays off 200 employees

Vancouver-based Vancity credit union lays off 200 employees

The credit union has more than 50 branches in B.C.
RCMP helicopter footage captures motorcyclist racing through B.C. city

RCMP helicopter footage captures motorcyclist racing through B.C. city

Helicopter deployed to assist Coquitlam officers on the ground with locating the dangerous driver
B.C. premier tells app-based firms to 'suck it up' over new rules

B.C. premier tells app-based firms to 'suck it up' over new rules

Premier David Eby tells app-based companies to suck it up over new rules