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How to register to get $25 Loblaw card after bread price-fixing admission

How to register to get $25 Loblaw card after bread price-fixing admission

Various brands of bread sit on shelves in a grocery store in Toronto on Wednesday Nov. 1, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Doug Ives Loblaw Companies Ltd.
Snow closes roads and schools on Vancouver Island; thousands without power

Snow closes roads and schools on Vancouver Island; thousands without power

Thousands of Vancouver Island residents are without power due to snow and freezing rain. As of 11:15 a.m., B.C. Hydro was reporting 129 outages on the Island, affecting almost 50,000 customers. A list of all the outages can be seen on the B.C.
Burrard Bridge crash kills one person, injures two

Burrard Bridge crash kills one person, injures two

A fiery crash on a Vancouver bridge has left one person dead. Vancouver police confirm the fatality and say two others were seriously hurt when two vehicles collided on the Burrard Street Bridge just after 1 a.m.
Don’t let thieves ruin your holiday season

Don’t let thieves ruin your holiday season

Vancouver police are sharing tips for how to avoid becoming a victim of theft this holiday season. ‘Tis the season for shopping… and stealing.
Canadian grocers make $3M per year from penny-rounding: UBC study

Canadian grocers make $3M per year from penny-rounding: UBC study

Shutterstock Grocery stores across the country are cashing in on the demise of the penny, according to a young researcher at the University of British Columbia.
A special holiday film event for people that don't like holiday movies

A special holiday film event for people that don't like holiday movies

For those who are more moody than merry...
Don't fall for this viral holiday gift swap scam

Don't fall for this viral holiday gift swap scam

‘Secret Sister’ gift exchange on social media is an illegal scam Sometimes things are too good to be true — and legal. The Better Business Bureau is warning people to be alert for a pyramid scheme making the rounds on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
B.C. woman brain injured in pedestrian crash as a baby gets $1.1 million

B.C. woman brain injured in pedestrian crash as a baby gets $1.1 million

Shutterstock A woman has been awarded almost $1.2 million by the B.C. Supreme Court after her skull was fractured 17 years ago in a pedestrian crash when she was a baby.
Court denies WestJet's bid to toss harassment lawsuit filed by former worker

Court denies WestJet's bid to toss harassment lawsuit filed by former worker

A WestJet plan takes off from YVR/Shutterstock WestJet has lost a bid to throw out of court a proposed class-action lawsuit that accuses the company of failing to provide a harassment-free workplace for women.
Vancouver concert promoter bans Nazi symbols at shows

Vancouver concert promoter bans Nazi symbols at shows

A Vancouver concert promoter has announced a zero tolerance policy against hate speech at her shows after a man was witnessed making a Nazi salute.