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Old-growth forest activists to appeal B.C. court injunction against blockades

Old-growth forest activists to appeal B.C. court injunction against blockades

VANCOUVER — A group of activists maintaining blockades aimed at preventing old-growth trees from being logged have filed a notice to appeal a British Columbia Supreme Court decision that granted an injunction against them.
B.C. Securities Commission whittles ‘Bridgemark Group’ down to four

B.C. Securities Commission whittles ‘Bridgemark Group’ down to four

Dozens of purported consultants tied to alleged inside traders may not face a BCSC hearing
B.C. Securities Commission whittles ‘Bridgemark Group’ down to four

B.C. Securities Commission whittles ‘Bridgemark Group’ down to four

Dozens of purported consultants tied to alleged inside traders may not face a BCSC hearing
B.C. pop-up vaccine clinics not successful, face challenges, say health officials

B.C. pop-up vaccine clinics not successful, face challenges, say health officials

VICTORIA — Pop-up vaccine clinics in Metro Vancouver COVID-19 hot zones are an experiment that didn't work, British Columbia health officials said Thursday.
Will Vancouver ever turn the corner on homelessness?

Will Vancouver ever turn the corner on homelessness?

B.C. Housing document shows more than 1,700 indoor spaces to open in Vancouver over next two years
Vaccine update: Henry apologizes for pop-up vaccine clinic confusion

Vaccine update: Henry apologizes for pop-up vaccine clinic confusion

Some Lower Mainlanders went without vaccinations after waiting in lines for hours
Vaccine update: Henry apologizes for pop-up vaccine clinic confusion

Vaccine update: Henry apologizes for pop-up vaccine clinic confusion

Some Lower Mainlanders went without vaccinations after waiting in lines for hours
Street drugs poisoned with benzos can lead to 'catastrophic' overdoses: advocate

Street drugs poisoned with benzos can lead to 'catastrophic' overdoses: advocate

VANCOUVER — A drug policy adviser to the City of Vancouver is warning of a dangerous drug saturating British Columbia's illicit supply in much the same way fentanyl did several years ago.
B.C.-owned addiction rehab cited for workplace safety violations

B.C.-owned addiction rehab cited for workplace safety violations

Asbestos problems, lack of inspections and respirator use cited as issues at Baldy Hughes Therapeutic Community
Alberta driver caught by police doing ‘doughnuts’ beside B.C. playground

Alberta driver caught by police doing ‘doughnuts’ beside B.C. playground

Police say the stunt was performed just 30 metres from a playground where kids were playing