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Vancouver mayor, police apologize to retired B.C. judge for wrongful detainment

Vancouver mayor, police apologize to retired B.C. judge for wrongful detainment

VANCOUVER — The mayor of Vancouver says he is "appalled" that police officers wrongfully detained and handcuffed a retired British Columbia Supreme Court justice out for a walk on Friday morning.
Drought is on Metro Vancouver's horizon — will fixing water scarcity cost too much?

Drought is on Metro Vancouver's horizon — will fixing water scarcity cost too much?

Metro Vancouver has banked at least 60% of the region's future water supply on the Coquitlam Reservoir. But as it moves to secure municipal water for the next half-century, the fate of an Indigenous community and the river they live on is at stake.
Heroes honoured for saving drowning man in Lynn Canyon

Heroes honoured for saving drowning man in Lynn Canyon

Good Samaritans receive Fire Chief’s Commendation for role in March 26 river rescue
Richmond health-food business makes Financial Times list of fastest-growing companies

Richmond health-food business makes Financial Times list of fastest-growing companies

The profit growth was driven by different factors, including collaborating with Canadian retailers to make health products more accessible and expanding into international markets. 
Former gaming minister agrees 'unfair' to cop who said 'something stinky' at casinos

Former gaming minister agrees 'unfair' to cop who said 'something stinky' at casinos

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's former gaming minister said comments he made more than a decade ago about a top-ranking financial crime investigator's concerns about "something stinky" going on at provincial casinos were not fair.
INVESTIGATION: B.C.-owned addiction rehab environmentally safe: BC Housing

INVESTIGATION: B.C.-owned addiction rehab environmentally safe: BC Housing

Agency confirms cleanup of hazardous materials on already-operating facility site
B.C. reports 494 new cases of COVID-19 as vaccination rollout accelerates

B.C. reports 494 new cases of COVID-19 as vaccination rollout accelerates

VICTORIA — All British Columbia residents over 25 years old can now book their COVID-19 vaccine, while those 18 and older will be able to do so by the end of the weekend, as the province speeds up its vaccine rollout.
Metro Vancouver seeks public's input after dam tragedy

Metro Vancouver seeks public's input after dam tragedy

Two men drowned in Oct. 2020 tragedy
COVID trauma, burnout, stress rising among critical care nurses: study

COVID trauma, burnout, stress rising among critical care nurses: study

Conflicting instructions intensifying nurses’ mental health concerns, researchers find
North Vancouver boater injured when vessel struck from behind awarded more than $2 million

North Vancouver boater injured when vessel struck from behind awarded more than $2 million

Brent Henderson launched a civil suit against Michael Raymond Gettle in November 2016 seeking damages for past and future wage loss, loss of pension and cost of future care.