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22 B.C. government employee emails feared hacked in cyberattack

22 B.C. government employee emails feared hacked in cyberattack

Province says inboxes contained personal information on 19 employees
126 B.C. children have died from toxic drugs in the last 5 years: coroner

126 B.C. children have died from toxic drugs in the last 5 years: coroner

Numbers highest among children who spent time in ministry care, those who had mental health struggles
B.C. LNG ads claiming emission reductions are misleading, watchdog rules

B.C. LNG ads claiming emission reductions are misleading, watchdog rules

Ad claims LNG ‘will’ cut emissions, but Ad Standards Canada says that isn’t a known fact
B.C. society calls for end to schizophrenia stigma on national awareness day

B.C. society calls for end to schizophrenia stigma on national awareness day

Up to 1.8% of people live with the mental illness, but few in the public understand it
Three-quarters of B.C. job posting now include salary info: Indeed report

Three-quarters of B.C. job posting now include salary info: Indeed report

Job listing site recorded significant jump after Pay Transparency Act came into effect in November
B.C. man gets 4 years for shooting sex worker while high on his birthday

B.C. man gets 4 years for shooting sex worker while high on his birthday

Varinder Singh Deo began arguing with escort after saying she didn’t look like online photo
Obstruction charge stayed against B.C. cop linked to Indigenous man’s death

Obstruction charge stayed against B.C. cop linked to Indigenous man’s death

Three out of five Prince George Mounties initially charged no longer facing trial
B.C. should review vaccination order for remote health-care workers: judge

B.C. should review vaccination order for remote health-care workers: judge

Ban may not be justifiable for unvaccinated workers who don’t interact with patients, court says
Vancouver officer suspended 5 days for drunk driving; watchdog reviewing

Vancouver officer suspended 5 days for drunk driving; watchdog reviewing

Const. Samuel Cheung crashed into an occupied van in Delta in 2022 while off duty
Vancouver not ready for oil spill, advocates say as pipeline starts pumping

Vancouver not ready for oil spill, advocates say as pipeline starts pumping

Burrard Inlet expecting to see up to 34 oil tankers a month due to Trans Mountain pipeline expansion