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Former B.C. man accused of allegedly running call centre scam

Former B.C. man accused of allegedly running call centre scam

Frank Biller, a key figure in B.C.'s Eron Mortgage scandal, is once again facing fraud charges. This time, in the U.S.
No end to 48-day transit strike in B.C.'s Sea-to-Sky region as talks break off

No end to 48-day transit strike in B.C.'s Sea-to-Sky region as talks break off

WHISTLER, B.C. — Talks have collapsed between striking transit workers and their employer in the Sea-to-Sky region of B.C., with the two sides unable to agree on eventual wage parity.
BC Supreme Court shuts the door on van breach of lease case

BC Supreme Court shuts the door on van breach of lease case

Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Canada Corp. has been awarded more than $20,000 in damages in a dispute with a Richmond father and son over vehicle.
Hospitalizations down in British Columbia, but seven more deaths from COVID-19

Hospitalizations down in British Columbia, but seven more deaths from COVID-19

VICTORIA — Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 continued to drop in B.C. on Thursday, but seven more people have died of the illness. The Health Ministry says the death toll stands at 2,960 since the start of the pandemic.
B.C. targets homelessness with funds for youth in care, complex-care housing

B.C. targets homelessness with funds for youth in care, complex-care housing

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is expanding supports for former youth in care and complex-care housing as part of an approach that it says targets the root causes of homelessness.
Man charged in Vancouver manslaughter case pleads not guilty

Man charged in Vancouver manslaughter case pleads not guilty

Jeff Arnie Lincoln was arrested on New Year's Eve following a five-month-long VPD investigation.
Destruction of giant cargo plane in Putin’s Ukraine invasion shocks head of B.C. freight company

Destruction of giant cargo plane in Putin’s Ukraine invasion shocks head of B.C. freight company

Massive freight carrier Antonov An-225 had helped Surrey company deliver heavy mining equipment.
B.C. government's ‘March Madness’ ad blitz in full swing

B.C. government's ‘March Madness’ ad blitz in full swing

Promotional campaigns “a waste of taxpayers’ money,” says advocacy group
Horgan's letter on fish farms causes 'stir' among chiefs

Horgan's letter on fish farms causes 'stir' among chiefs

Premier weighs in on salmon farm issue, cautioning against massive job losses
Ketamine could help treat a host of mental health issues: UBCO

Ketamine could help treat a host of mental health issues: UBCO

Ketamine could also help treat other disorders, like eating disorders, problematic substance use, post-traumatic stress and anxiety