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B.C. seniors feel 'invisible and forgotten,' new seniors advocate says

B.C. seniors feel 'invisible and forgotten,' new seniors advocate says

VICTORIA — Seniors in British Columbia are feeling "invisible and forgotten" as they fall thorough the cracks in existing provincial support systems, their advocate says. In his first report as B.C.
Updated: Squamish council pushes floatel decision off into future

Updated: Squamish council pushes floatel decision off into future

At the June 4 meeting, council referred the TUP for the WLNG floatel back to muni staff; Woodfibre LNG 'dismayed with the ongoing delay.'
She was jailed in Panama. This Coquitlam woman shares why

She was jailed in Panama. This Coquitlam woman shares why

Alana Moor, a graduate of Coquitlam's Gleneagle Secondary, was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for drug trafficking in Panama. Now, she's a life coach who's placed in a major speech competition.
'Rebuilding a plane while it’s still flying': UVic supercomputer to get $16.4M overhaul

'Rebuilding a plane while it’s still flying': UVic supercomputer to get $16.4M overhaul

UVic’s Arbutus computer network has about three million users.
Bee die-offs due to cool weather, not aerial spraying, says provincial apiculturist

Bee die-offs due to cool weather, not aerial spraying, says provincial apiculturist

The biological insecticide Foray 48B affects only moth and butterfly caterpillars after ingestion, says Paul van Westendorp
Vancouver councillor hints at city memorial for Tiananmen Square massacre

Vancouver councillor hints at city memorial for Tiananmen Square massacre

A new public memorial of the Tiananmen Square massacre on City of Vancouver land has support from city councillor Lenny Zhou, who will mark the event's 35th anniversary at David Lam Park on Tuesday.
B.C. organ donor project aims to reduce kidney rejection with better matches

B.C. organ donor project aims to reduce kidney rejection with better matches

VANCOUVER — Researchers in British Columbia have set their sights on virtually eliminating organ rejection by using advanced genetic testing to better match patients with kidney donors. Dr.
B.C. Airbnb knife attack victim sues alleged attacker, company

B.C. Airbnb knife attack victim sues alleged attacker, company

Arvin Pasha, 34, is charged with the aggravated assault of two women.
Delay murder conspiracy case until murder case finished, B.C. accused asks

Delay murder conspiracy case until murder case finished, B.C. accused asks

Richard Charles Reed is awaiting a judge's decision after a murder trial in B.C. Supreme Court.
Trust account negligence nets B.C. lawyer five-month suspension

Trust account negligence nets B.C. lawyer five-month suspension

A 30-year veteran lawyer has admitted to various trust and accounting violations and will pack up his law office for five months.