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B.C. adds 6K jobs in February, making up some full-time losses

B.C. adds 6K jobs in February, making up some full-time losses

Province's unemployment rate falls to 5.2%
B.C. government halts mining, exploration activities in two coastal regions

B.C. government halts mining, exploration activities in two coastal regions

Interim moratorium imposed for Ehattesaht, Gitxaała territory
B.C. Supreme Court confirms class-action lawsuit against Kimberly-Clark over flushable wipes

B.C. Supreme Court confirms class-action lawsuit against Kimberly-Clark over flushable wipes

Manufacturer said its recalled products failed to meet its "high-quality standards" and could contain the bacterium Pluralibacter gergoviae.
Rob Shaw: Ousted minister blasts NDP for 'double standard' on antisemitism

Rob Shaw: Ousted minister blasts NDP for 'double standard' on antisemitism

Selina Robinson cites 'hurt' and 'broken heart' in leaving NDP caucus over antisemitism concerns
Ex-minister Selina Robinson quits B.C. NDP, citing antisemitism in caucus

Ex-minister Selina Robinson quits B.C. NDP, citing antisemitism in caucus

VICTORIA — A former British Columbia cabinet minister quit the New Democrat government Wednesday, citing antisemitism in the party caucus and indifference towards the problem.
Okanagan developers hit by soaring construction costs, projects stalled

Okanagan developers hit by soaring construction costs, projects stalled

B.C. housing crisis worsens as developers struggle with costs
Tight-lipped Bank of Canada holds key rate at 5%, says it's too early to cut rates

Tight-lipped Bank of Canada holds key rate at 5%, says it's too early to cut rates

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada brushed off questions about rate cuts as it held its policy rate at five per cent, arguing inflation is still too high to justify lower borrowing costs.
B.C. minister defends secrecy over World Cup costs, cites business interests

B.C. minister defends secrecy over World Cup costs, cites business interests

Lana Popham testified at a budget estimate hearing at the provincial legislature
Discount-price condos were to be sold only to first-time buyers; 13 sued for buying when they didn't qualify

Discount-price condos were to be sold only to first-time buyers; 13 sued for buying when they didn't qualify

Civil suits filed by B.C. Housing allege 13 of the units at Vivid at the Yates on Johnson Street went to people who already owned property, or who rented out their units instead of living in them.
B.C. judge calls lawyer's use of fake AI cases 'alarming'

B.C. judge calls lawyer's use of fake AI cases 'alarming'

Vancouver family lawyer Chong Ke has been ordered to pay court costs after submitting fake AI-generated court cases to opposing counsel; Ke was spared from more serious punitive 'special costs.'