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Republican Jesus not real Jesus: UBC professor

Republican Jesus not real Jesus: UBC professor

Opposition needed to counter “right-wing influencers’ ‘biblical gaslighting”
Protecting mental health trumps unearthing political duplicity: Privacy boss

Protecting mental health trumps unearthing political duplicity: Privacy boss

Former Vancouver School Board chair Patti Bacchus wanted records from executives who claimed mental anguish from a toxic workplace environment
Surrey commemorates Komagata Maru, explores systemic racism

Surrey commemorates Komagata Maru, explores systemic racism

Council agrees to investigate alleged systemic racism through consultation process
Temporary homeless camps considered for Vancouver city hall campus

Temporary homeless camps considered for Vancouver city hall campus

Senior government money crucial for any options to proceed
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to fall as recoveries top 7,000

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to fall as recoveries top 7,000

There were 98 new infections reported overnight, while 119 people recovered and one died
Pharmacist fined $20,000, suspended for ethics violations

Pharmacist fined $20,000, suspended for ethics violations

B.C. regulator cites “egregious breach of trust”
Assist transit systems, UBCM tells the B.C. government

Assist transit systems, UBCM tells the B.C. government

Reduce reliance on farebox revenues, resolution says
Student safety concerns prompt teachers’ labour board application

Student safety concerns prompt teachers’ labour board application

Pandemic safety measures called “inconsistent and inadequate”
CP, Maersk cooperate to meet Vancouver supply chain demands

CP, Maersk cooperate to meet Vancouver supply chain demands

Tight warehouse space put pressure on cargo velocities
Surrey Mounties turn an ice cold shoulder to new municipal force

Surrey Mounties turn an ice cold shoulder to new municipal force

Amid concerns over seniority, pensions and work roles, only 14% of Surrey Mounties intend to apply to SPS; Nearly half have decided to leave the city while others are undecided