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Release uncensored money laundering records, Eby challenges Liberals

Release uncensored money laundering records, Eby challenges Liberals

Attorney general says former finance minister in ‘profound conflict of interest’
Charges laid in stabbing death of B.C. 16-year-old Elijah Beauregard

Charges laid in stabbing death of B.C. 16-year-old Elijah Beauregard

The Kelowna RCMP says an 18-year-old female was taken into custody on Friday and charged with one count of manslaughter.
This Metro Vancouver cannabis grower's product will be used in hemp-derived cosmetics

This Metro Vancouver cannabis grower's product will be used in hemp-derived cosmetics

A cannabis producer that has a partnership with a Delta greenhouse will be selling hemp-derived cosmetic products on Amazon.
Union of BC Indian Chiefs calls for salmon catch-and-release ban

Union of BC Indian Chiefs calls for salmon catch-and-release ban

"First Nations in British Columbia have long witnessed flagrant double standards around the monitoring of sport fishing and endured the violence of catch-and-release practices."
B.C. photographer hopes to reunite lost teddy bear found at Centennial Beach with owner

B.C. photographer hopes to reunite lost teddy bear found at Centennial Beach with owner

"We are reaching out to the community to help reunite teddy with his one true friend."
Loved ones hold candlelight vigil for missing Squamish man (PHOTOS)

Loved ones hold candlelight vigil for missing Squamish man (PHOTOS)

The aim was to keep community awareness focussed on Daniel Reoch's disappearance and build strength among his family and friends.
Study reveals what B.C. parents are really worried about

Study reveals what B.C. parents are really worried about

Research Co. looked at the way parents in B.C. are feeling about the present and the future...
B.C. pipeline welds could fail under stress, regulators warn

B.C. pipeline welds could fail under stress, regulators warn

Documents posted to both the BC Oil and Gas Commission and Canada Energy Regulator (CER) websites in the past week are warning of the potential for failures of joints in high-strength pipelines.
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.