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North Shore wastewater plant needs forensic audit of $2.8B cost overrun, say councillors

North Shore wastewater plant needs forensic audit of $2.8B cost overrun, say councillors

The extraordinary $2.8-billion cost overrun of the North Shore wastewater treatment plant project needs a thorough independent eye, says a group of municipal councillors.
BCTF removes online presence of committee allied with pro-Hamas rallies

BCTF removes online presence of committee allied with pro-Hamas rallies

A BC Teachers Federation committee had been promoting anti-Israel rhetoric, according to Jewish groups who are equally concerned with a lack of Holocaust education mandate and resources from the union.
West End tenants form group to dispute new landlord's eviction efforts

West End tenants form group to dispute new landlord's eviction efforts

The Park Beach Tenants Collective has issued a list of demands to their new landlord Plan A Real Estate Services following several disputes with occupants of the company's newly purchased property.
RCMP and regulator's warning to cryptocurrency 'money mules' deemed 'toothless' by critic

RCMP and regulator's warning to cryptocurrency 'money mules' deemed 'toothless' by critic

The RCMP and B.C. Securities Commission are offering the public a warning about text messages soliciting people to ultimately become money launderers.
B.C. penny stock company from Bridgemark case sues lawyer

B.C. penny stock company from Bridgemark case sues lawyer

PreveCeutical Medical is blaming its former lawyer for writing a press release that was found to be misleading by a hearing panel at the B.C. Securities Commission; the company was cleared of allegations it breached the Securities Act.
B.C. premier bidding 'good riddance' to slain serial killer undermines rule of law, say experts

B.C. premier bidding 'good riddance' to slain serial killer undermines rule of law, say experts

'Let’s not beat around the bush,' B.C. Premier David Eby and Minister of Public Safety are 'approving murder,' says prison law expert Tom Engel at the Canadian Prison Law Association.
Vancouver councillor hints at city memorial for Tiananmen Square massacre

Vancouver councillor hints at city memorial for Tiananmen Square massacre

A new public memorial of the Tiananmen Square massacre on City of Vancouver land has support from city councillor Lenny Zhou, who will mark the event's 35th anniversary at David Lam Park on Tuesday.
B.C. magic mushroom bust leads to $334K forfeiture claim and Charter challenge

B.C. magic mushroom bust leads to $334K forfeiture claim and Charter challenge

A Vancouver Police Department drug trafficking investigation led to the seizure of $334,890 and three luxury vehicles that are now subject to forfeiture; but one alleged trafficker wants to keep the money.
Trust account negligence nets B.C. lawyer five-month suspension

Trust account negligence nets B.C. lawyer five-month suspension

A 30-year veteran lawyer has admitted to various trust and accounting violations and will pack up his law office for five months.
B.C. government says 'sensitive' information breached in state-sponsored cyberattack

B.C. government says 'sensitive' information breached in state-sponsored cyberattack

B.C.'s public safety minister says "there is no indication" at this point that the general public's information has been breached.