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Vancouver fire chief leaving post for job in Alberta

Vancouver fire chief leaving post for job in Alberta

Darrell Reid is moving to Alberta to become Strathcona County’s new chief commissioner, effective July 13
B.C. landlords, tenants conflicted over eviction ban, rent increases

B.C. landlords, tenants conflicted over eviction ban, rent increases

Bans on evictions and rental increases continue, and the tensions are piling up

Victoria to review racial and gender composition of police department

VICTORIA — The police board in Victoria and Esquimalt is doing an analysis of the racial and gender composition of the department to help determine where it should focus recruiting.

Youth sickened with pot used it with other mood-altering substances: B.C. study

VANCOUVER — Researchers say most youth treated for cannabis poisoning at a British Columbia hospital combined it with other substances such as alcohol, illicit drugs and medication. Dr.

Road tests for certain types of driver licenses set to resume in B.C.

VANCOUVER — The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia is resuming on-road testing for commercial licences but drivers waiting for passenger vehicle tests must hold on a little longer. In line with B.C.
Public legal drinking in Vancouver could happen this summer after all

Public legal drinking in Vancouver could happen this summer after all

Coun. Lisa Dominato requests council reconsider vote that sunk proposal for legal drinking in public spaces this summer
Defunding B.C. police: How it could work, but what do we lose?

Defunding B.C. police: How it could work, but what do we lose?

Defunding the police does not mean disbanding police departments
Dr. Bonnie Henry 'disappointed' that protesters broke health regulations

Dr. Bonnie Henry 'disappointed' that protesters broke health regulations

B.C.'s success at controlling the COVID-19 pandemic could be put in jeopardy in the wake of the protests

B.C. film industry given go-ahead to restart productions halted due to COVID-19

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's film industry has been given the go-ahead to restart production after WorkSafeBC released new health and safety guidelines to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Intelligence agency limited in info it can provide B.C. money laundering inquiry

VANCOUVER — A public inquiry into money laundering has heard that British Columbia appears to have more high-level organized crime groups than other provinces.