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B.C. tax evasion steady through pandemic

B.C. tax evasion steady through pandemic

CRA finds more money per audit of both real estate and income taxes during pandemic but conducted fewer than half the number of assessments than in 2019-20.
BC Ferries website crashes as end of provincial travel ban confirmed

BC Ferries website crashes as end of provincial travel ban confirmed

Mounties investigate toxin after dead squirrels found at park in Richmond, B.C.

Mounties investigate toxin after dead squirrels found at park in Richmond, B.C.

RICHMOND, B.C. — The discovery of a toxic substance in a park where a number of dead and sick squirrels were reported last week is being investigated by police in Richmond, B.C.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says increase in COVID-19 cases is 'likely' during B.C.'s restart plan

Dr. Bonnie Henry says increase in COVID-19 cases is 'likely' during B.C.'s restart plan

Henry said that it is "likely we will see an increase in numbers of people infected with the virus."
B.C. charts different path from U.K. on containing Delta variant

B.C. charts different path from U.K. on containing Delta variant

Young British Columbians have much higher vaccination rates than do counterparts in the U.K.: Bonnie Henry
Everything to know about B.C.'s new guidance on gatherings in the province

Everything to know about B.C.'s new guidance on gatherings in the province

"This will be our summer of hope and healing from this pandemic."
Everything to know about B.C.'s new guidance on travel in the province

Everything to know about B.C.'s new guidance on travel in the province

The B.C.-wide ban on non-essential travel has been lifted
B.C. restaurants can serve liquor later, banquet halls re-open with limited capacity

B.C. restaurants can serve liquor later, banquet halls re-open with limited capacity

Step 2 of the province's re-opening plan begins June 15. Here's what it means for restaurants, bars, and pubs in B.C.
Date set for pandemic-delayed inquest into 2016 in-custody death of B.C. teen

Date set for pandemic-delayed inquest into 2016 in-custody death of B.C. teen

PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — An inquest into the police-custody death of an 18-year-old Vancouver Island woman will be held in Port Alberni next week, nearly five years after she died.
Woman seriously injured in traffic stop in British Columbia: police watchdog

Woman seriously injured in traffic stop in British Columbia: police watchdog

CASTLEGAR, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog says a woman suffered potentially life-threatening injuries after she was pulled over in a traffic stop in Castlegar on Saturday.