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B.C. landlord ordered to pay $11K for pressuring new mother to move

B.C. landlord ordered to pay $11K for pressuring new mother to move

“It doesn’t matter to me that you are sorry. You are a liar and I’m sorry for you that your lies cost your family a home," the Landlord said in a text to the new mother recovering from a c-section.
Study says flu vaccine protected most Canadians during unusual influenza season

Study says flu vaccine protected most Canadians during unusual influenza season

The current flu season was the most unusual in about five years.
Vancouver philanthropist, visionary Robert Lee dies at the age of 86

Vancouver philanthropist, visionary Robert Lee dies at the age of 86

Vancouver philanthropist and former chancellor of the University of British Columbia Robert Lee has died at the age of 86. University of B.C. president Santo Ono called Lee an exemplary humanitarian whose legacy will forever inspire the community.
Vancouver Fire says smoking caused the city's first fatal fire of 2020

Vancouver Fire says smoking caused the city's first fatal fire of 2020

VANCOUVER — A man with mobility challenges has died after being trapped in his burning home in Vancouver. Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services says in a statement that the fire broke out Sunday evening in a home on the city's west side.
How to enjoy Family Day in Tofino among the Gortex-clad hordes

How to enjoy Family Day in Tofino among the Gortex-clad hordes

Grant Lawrence had a beachy time when he and his family visited Tofino over the Family Day long weekend...
B.C. teacher banned 15 years for sexual relationship with student, inappropriate touching

B.C. teacher banned 15 years for sexual relationship with student, inappropriate touching

The unnamed man was employed as a secondary school teacher in 2016-17.
3,000 forestry workers, 50-truck convoy to rally at B.C. legislature on budget day

3,000 forestry workers, 50-truck convoy to rally at B.C. legislature on budget day

Thousands of B.C. forestry workers and supporters will gather on the B.C. legislature lawn this afternoon, coinciding with the release of the province’s 2020 budget.
RCMP arrest woman who robbed a Dairy Queen with a hammer in B.C.

RCMP arrest woman who robbed a Dairy Queen with a hammer in B.C.

"Thankfully, no one was injured during this incident."
Injunction prohibits protest disruption of BC Ferries sailings

Injunction prohibits protest disruption of BC Ferries sailings

The order issued by B.C. Supreme Court on Friday bars people from blocking access to ferry terminals by land or water.
Whistler Blackcomb staff respond to ‘Make Whistler Great Again’ petition (VIDEO)

Whistler Blackcomb staff respond to ‘Make Whistler Great Again’ petition (VIDEO)

A recent petition dubbed “Vail: Make Whistler Great Again,” has been gaining traction online over the past week.