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Rich Coleman doubles down on his casino decisions

Rich Coleman doubles down on his casino decisions

Former deputy premier of B.C. Rich Coleman explains decisions he made during three stints as minister responsible for gambling policies and casino enforcement
Cullen Commmission: Rich Coleman doubles down on his casino decisions

Cullen Commmission: Rich Coleman doubles down on his casino decisions

Former deputy premier of B.C. Rich Coleman explains decisions he made during three stints as minister responsible for gambling policies and casino enforcement
Strathcona homeless accept housing as encampment shrinks

Strathcona homeless accept housing as encampment shrinks

101 people moved out of park between weekend and Tuesday
Former B.C. gaming minister asked to reflect about B.C. money laundering issue

Former B.C. gaming minister asked to reflect about B.C. money laundering issue

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's longest-serving gaming minister was asked Wednesday if he would have done things differently to stamp out money laundering at provincial casinos.
Confusion after B.C. resident follows travel order, gets charged cancellation fee

Confusion after B.C. resident follows travel order, gets charged cancellation fee

BC Parks has an option to receive a refund on the home page of its website and Parks Canada says people will be reimbursed in full.
B.C. hits new record for COVID-19 hospitalizations at 515, five more deaths

B.C. hits new record for COVID-19 hospitalizations at 515, five more deaths

VICTORIA — The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in British Columbia has ticked up to 515, breaking a previous record set last week. Among those hospitalized, 171 people are in intensive care.
Powerful drugs linked to six overdose deaths in Surrey, B.C., say Mounties

Powerful drugs linked to six overdose deaths in Surrey, B.C., say Mounties

SURREY, B.C. — Mounties are warning of highly toxic drugs circulating in Surrey, B.C., that may be responsible for six deaths in less than a week.
B.C. confirms 841 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 127,889

B.C. confirms 841 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 127,889

There have been five new COVID-19 related deaths
Meet the man behind Vancouver's Seabus Memes (VIDEO)

Meet the man behind Vancouver's Seabus Memes (VIDEO)

Spreading the satire.
Richmond resident fighting ICBC over Catholic first names

Richmond resident fighting ICBC over Catholic first names

Sylvie Faucher says common sense needs to prevail over ICBC's use of the names on her birth certificate