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B.C. casinos 'last on my list' to reopen: Henry

B.C. casinos 'last on my list' to reopen: Henry

Because casinos are closed indoor environments frequented by seniors and others vulnerable to the virus, she said their reopening would be considered “further down the line.”

Vancouver police say anti-Asian, hate-related crimes spiked in April

Vancouver police are reporting an increase in anti-Asian, hate-motivated incidents in recent weeks.
James resolute about government's $1.5 billion cushion to aid COVID-19 recovery

James resolute about government's $1.5 billion cushion to aid COVID-19 recovery

The British Columbia government is counting on its $1.5-billion economic recovery fund to get the province through the turmoil of the COVID-19 pandemic, says Finance Minister Carole James.
B.C. teachers reach collective agreement amid work-from-home orders

B.C. teachers reach collective agreement amid work-from-home orders

98% of teachers agreed to the new terms, which were recommended by union executives
B.C. top court denies transgender woman’s extradition appeal

B.C. top court denies transgender woman’s extradition appeal

The situation hinges on a September 2014 homicide
Grizzly bear spotted in Whistler neighbourhood

Grizzly bear spotted in Whistler neighbourhood

While it’s rare to see grizzlies in inhabited areas, conservation officers say they've been expecting a rise in sightings as the local bear population grows.
Caretaker a suspect in arson fire at B.C. hotel that likely killed him

Caretaker a suspect in arson fire at B.C. hotel that likely killed him

Investigators believe the caretaker not only set the fire, but also died in the blaze

Teachers in B.C. agree to new contract with provincial government

VANCOUVER — B.C. teachers have voted to approve a new, three-year collective agreement with the provincial government. The deal with the B.C.
Members still paying fees at Steve Nash Fitness despite insolvency

Members still paying fees at Steve Nash Fitness despite insolvency

In addition to fees, members report thousands of dollars spent on training sessions they can't use - and they can't get refunds
Rent is due today. Across B.C., worries about being able to pay

Rent is due today. Across B.C., worries about being able to pay

“Right now, renters are hurting, and quite frankly, so are an awful lot of landlords.”