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Woman sues City of North Van following 'wobble board' injury

Woman sues City of North Van following 'wobble board' injury

A woman who broke her leg after falling off a “wobble board” while getting a personal training session at the Harry Jerome recreation centre has filed a lawsuit against the City of North Vancouver.
Mothers join rally at legislature in call to fund more midwives

Mothers join rally at legislature in call to fund more midwives

Mothers embracing swaddled babes stood on the stairs of the B.C. legislature on Thursday to call on the province to fund more midwives. Ganga Jolicoeur, CEO of the Midwives Association of B.C.
Transit driver reports body at side of Highway 99

Transit driver reports body at side of Highway 99

SOUTH DELTA CRIME BEAT
Fighting the fire within: Ex-firefighter's death raises questions about support

Fighting the fire within: Ex-firefighter's death raises questions about support

A retired Richmond firefighter's recent suicide is making the department's current focus on mental health all the more pertinent, and raising questions about whether more can be done to help retirees.
Les Leyne: Ride-hailing saga to hit the legislature

Les Leyne: Ride-hailing saga to hit the legislature

One of the last bills to be introduced in the current legislative session is going to be one of the most closely watched. A package of changes that could finally open the door in B.C. to ride-hailing companies will be introduced, likely next week.
Campbell River man trapped in truck for several days after crash

Campbell River man trapped in truck for several days after crash

Duncan Moffat, 23, of Campbell River, ate apples and drank Gatorade to survive
Vancouver police officer could face charges in collision that left pedestrian seriously injured

Vancouver police officer could face charges in collision that left pedestrian seriously injured

B.C.’s Independent Investigations Office has sent its report to Crown counsel to consider if charges are warranted
Protected grizzly bear, wolverine habitat expanded in B.C.

Protected grizzly bear, wolverine habitat expanded in B.C.

Ministers unveil major expansion of the Darkwoods Conservation Area
Natural gas shortage could last all winter; households urged to conserve

Natural gas shortage could last all winter; households urged to conserve

British Columbians are heeding the call to conserve natural gas, but it might not be enough, says Fortis B.C.
Five deaths in B.C. shootings linked to gangs

Five deaths in B.C. shootings linked to gangs

VANCOUVER — The latest fatal shooting in the Lower Mainland has been linked to the region’s escalating gang activity, bringing the number of victims in the conflict to five in the past six weeks.