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BC Law Society files petition against Kelowna man allegedly claiming to be a lawyer

BC Law Society files petition against Kelowna man allegedly claiming to be a lawyer

Scott McCluskey says the society's petition contains false allegations, and he has only practised law while self-representing himself in court.
From 'Monster Mash' to 'Disturbia': TransLink’s Halloween playlist is a certified bop

From 'Monster Mash' to 'Disturbia': TransLink’s Halloween playlist is a certified bop

No Halloween playlist is complete without the classics but TransLink included some under-the-radar Halloween tie-ins as well
Controversial Vancouver restaurant shut down for not following COVID-19 regulations (VIDEO)

Controversial Vancouver restaurant shut down for not following COVID-19 regulations (VIDEO)

"You're being ordered to close, that's that," says a health authority employee.
New database shows Canada's highest-polluting cities, what needs to change

New database shows Canada's highest-polluting cities, what needs to change

Where does your community need to reduce emissions the most? A new tool helps more than 4,000 towns and cities across Canada calculates emissions and their biggest sources.
Fisherman saves four after collision between float plane, water taxi

Fisherman saves four after collision between float plane, water taxi

It's not the first time Ken Brown has saved someone's life.
Vancouver mayor takes second shot at rejected housing plan

Vancouver mayor takes second shot at rejected housing plan

Kennedy Stewart re-launched ‘making home’ proposal Wednesday at city hall
Five men use turbans to rescue stranger dangerously stuck beside B.C. waterfall

Five men use turbans to rescue stranger dangerously stuck beside B.C. waterfall

Five international students turned their turbans and clothing into a makeshift rescue rope to save a stranger.
Former Richmond teacher's licence suspended after privately messaging students, taking photos and videos

Former Richmond teacher's licence suspended after privately messaging students, taking photos and videos

Photos and videos were taken of female students without consent
LifeLabs workers issue 72-hour strike notice, fair wage increases 'an outstanding issue'

LifeLabs workers issue 72-hour strike notice, fair wage increases 'an outstanding issue'

Unionized workers have issued a 72-hour strike notice over 'unfair' pay.
Absolutely massive salmon caught in B.C.

Absolutely massive salmon caught in B.C.

Holy moly those are some big fish