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Charges laid in pipeline protest outside B.C. Premier John Horgan's home

VICTORIA — The BC Prosecution Service says it has appointed a special prosecutor to oversee charges against three people in relation to allegations of mischief and trespass at the home of Premier John Horgan.
Photos: Hong Kong activists picket Chinese consulate over Beijing's national security law

Photos: Hong Kong activists picket Chinese consulate over Beijing's national security law

Pro-democracy activists picketed China’s consulate on Vancouver’s Granville Street Saturday afternoon to raise awareness over Beijing’s proposed national security law that could be unilaterally imposed by the Chinese Communist Party.
This all-inclusive assistive technology program is helping B.C. workers overcome barriers in the workplace

This all-inclusive assistive technology program is helping B.C. workers overcome barriers in the workplace

The WorkBC Assistive Technology Services program, operated by Neil Squire, helps people who face obstacles in their employment-related activities by providing access to supportive tech.
B.C. campsite booking website crashes soon after reservations opened today

B.C. campsite booking website crashes soon after reservations opened today

There are a lot of unhappy campers at their computers this morning across B.C.
Albertan owner of B.C. cabin apologizes for calling 'stay away' message 'insulting'

Albertan owner of B.C. cabin apologizes for calling 'stay away' message 'insulting'

"My aim was just to get people to think, but it was pretty heavy handed and a bit of an over reaction."

Eight arrested as Victoria police enforce order to clear tent encampments

VANCOUVER — Eight people have been arrested as officials work to clear tent camps at two locations in Victoria.

Police watchdog investigates man's death in B.C. after Mounties respond to call

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — RCMP say a man who allegedly shot at police attending a call about a distraught person with firearms died after an interaction with officers at a home in Chilliwack, B.C. Spokesman Cpl.
Will British Columbians be able to wine-tour in the Okanagan this summer?

Will British Columbians be able to wine-tour in the Okanagan this summer?

“There may be limitations, for example on (wine) tastings and things, so that would have to be worked to make sure that it meets the criteria.”
B.C. drive-in theatres seek clarification from province about 50-car cap

B.C. drive-in theatres seek clarification from province about 50-car cap

B.C.'s provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the order restricting mass gatherings to no more than 50 individuals remains in place. The order was amended to include drive-in events.

Shots fired at RCMP during standoff with 'distraught' male in Chilliwack, B.C.

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — RCMP in Chilliwack, B.C., say shots were fired at Mounties responding to a call about a "distraught male" Saturday night. Police say in a release that it happened around 10:00 p.m.
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