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Social media flooded with claims of ‘insurance fraudster’ at parking lots in Metro Vancouver

Social media flooded with claims of ‘insurance fraudster’ at parking lots in Metro Vancouver

Social media flooded with ‘insurance fraudster’ at parking lots in Richmond and Burnaby.
Former Vancouver Canuck Dave 'Tiger' Williams charged with sexual assault

Former Vancouver Canuck Dave 'Tiger' Williams charged with sexual assault

The Department of National Defence has released the below statement regarding charges laid against former NHL player, Dave "Tiger" Williams.
B.C. announces $20M in support for Indigenous communities battling overdoses

B.C. announces $20M in support for Indigenous communities battling overdoses

Naloxone. Photograph By ADRIAN LAM, TIMES COLONIST B.C. has announced $20 million over three years for First Nations communities struggling with the drug-overdose crisis that’s disproportionately affecting Indigenous communities.
Update: Richmond's red light runners were undercover cops

Update: Richmond's red light runners were undercover cops

A YouTube video of a trio of cars running a red light on Shell Road, at Cambie Road, has turned out to be an undercover police operation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C. The shocking incident took place the morning of Jan. 31.
Rare video shows seals hunting massive "bait ball" of fish in Howe Sound

Rare video shows seals hunting massive "bait ball" of fish in Howe Sound

Sean Eckford from one of our sister publications, the Coast Reporter , has posted a great article about the video shown below.
Leading legal minds in B.C. seek anti-SLAPP legislation to halt abusive lawsuits

Leading legal minds in B.C. seek anti-SLAPP legislation to halt abusive lawsuits

A civil liberties group and prominent figures in the legal community are calling on British Columbia's attorney general to help stop lawsuits that stifle public participation. The B.C.
Premier says minimum wage hike to $15.20 by 2021 will keep B.C. competitive

Premier says minimum wage hike to $15.20 by 2021 will keep B.C. competitive

Premier John Horgan announces changes to the province’s minimum wage, at a coffee shop in North Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday February 8, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck British Columbia will gradually hike its minimum hourly wage to get to $15.
Police warn a sexual offender will be living in a Vancouver halfway house

Police warn a sexual offender will be living in a Vancouver halfway house

The Vancouver Police Department issued a warning Thursday indicating a federal sexual offender has been released and will be residing in a Vancouver halfway house.
Lululemon CEO resigned in part due to workplace relationship with designer

Lululemon CEO resigned in part due to workplace relationship with designer

Laurent Potdevin, CEO of Lululemon, addresses the Gateway Conference in Toronto on Monday, September 25, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christopher Katsarov A relationship between the CEO of Lululemon Athletica Inc.
Rio Theatre operators say their offer to buy the place has been accepted

Rio Theatre operators say their offer to buy the place has been accepted

Now the real work begins: raising the money