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District of North Vancouver warns hikers to stay off Quarry Rock

District of North Vancouver warns hikers to stay off Quarry Rock

More than 500 warnings issued, but no bylaw tickets
Money laundering reports were broad and apolitical, says Peter German

Money laundering reports were broad and apolitical, says Peter German

Author of two “Dirty Money” reports says politics played no role in his findings, which are meant to be broad and not investigative. Peter German also told a public inquiry that anti-money laundering rules need to be tightened in Canada.
Wedding host, business owners fined in Surrey, B.C., for breaking COVID-19 orders

Wedding host, business owners fined in Surrey, B.C., for breaking COVID-19 orders

SURREY, B.C. — Nearly $17,000 in fines have been handed out by RCMP in Surrey, B.C., in the last week to a growing number of people who police say are ignoring COVID-19 health orders.
B.C. marks five years of opioid health emergency

B.C. marks five years of opioid health emergency

More than 12,632 people have died of overdoses since 1996
Backroom organizer Mark Marissen announces bid for mayor in Vancouver

Backroom organizer Mark Marissen announces bid for mayor in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Longtime political organizer Mark Marissen has announced his bid for mayor of Vancouver. In messages posted Wednesday on social media, Marissen says he will run for Vancouver's top job in the next civic election set for October 2022.
Prince Philip recalled fondly by West Van monarchist as power behind the throne

Prince Philip recalled fondly by West Van monarchist as power behind the throne

Duke of Edinburgh Awards among best-known programs for youth
Dr. Perry Kendall reflects on fifth year of B.C.’s overdose death emergency

Dr. Perry Kendall reflects on fifth year of B.C.’s overdose death emergency

‘COVID has sucked so much oxygen out of the room’
Mark Marissen is running for mayor of Vancouver

Mark Marissen is running for mayor of Vancouver

Longtime federal Liberal and ex-husband to former premier Christy Clark announces campaign via website, YouTube
B.C. COVID-19 in-dining restrictions to be extended through to May: industry group

B.C. COVID-19 in-dining restrictions to be extended through to May: industry group

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Restaurants and Food Association says it has been told that current health orders restricting in-person dining will be extended beyond next Monday's deadline. The group says they had a meeting with provincial health officer Dr.
Tougher COVID-19 restrictions in B.C., including travel, still 'on the table': Horgan

Tougher COVID-19 restrictions in B.C., including travel, still 'on the table': Horgan

VICTORIA — Further COVID-19 restrictions may be on the way for British Columbia, with the premier suggesting changes could come as early as Thursday.