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B.C. gaming inspector facing 37 Vancouver fraud, bribery and bogus licence charges

B.C. gaming inspector facing 37 Vancouver fraud, bribery and bogus licence charges

Alleged corruption at Vancouver's Hastings Racecourse led to a gaming inspector's court appearance May 26 on 37 charges of immigration fraud, accepting bribes and bogus licence charges.
World Cup controversy set to spark $10M compensation claim against Canadian Soccer Association

World Cup controversy set to spark $10M compensation claim against Canadian Soccer Association

Iranian government official lashes out at CSA for cancelling World Cup tune-up match in BC Place.
What do pipelines have to do with reconciliation?

What do pipelines have to do with reconciliation?

First Nation environmental assessments and ownership are the new way of doing business
J-Pod back in Salish Sea, with healthy female calf

J-Pod back in Salish Sea, with healthy female calf

Presence of J-Pod in Island waters so soon in season regarded as a good sign
Convicted offender sold toys at Prince George convention

Convicted offender sold toys at Prince George convention

The operator of Galactic Funko was convicted of luring a child online in 2006.
Surrey man dies from injuries in Whalley-area shooting

Surrey man dies from injuries in Whalley-area shooting

SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP say a 58-year-old Surrey man has died after suffering serious injuries in a shooting in the city's Whalley neighbourhood last weekend. The Mounties have identified the victim as Michael Gordon Brown.
Bitcoin mining coming to Prince George, Mackenzie

Bitcoin mining coming to Prince George, Mackenzie

Australian tech company Iris Energy is investing millions in two new data centres in northern B.C.
B.C. cannabis company loses bid to suppress disaffected shareholder

B.C. cannabis company loses bid to suppress disaffected shareholder

Emerald Health Sciences sought an injunction against a shareholder who raised concerns about company ties to a major U.S. fraud investigation.
B.C. financial regulator advises three-day 'cooling-off' period for homebuyers

B.C. financial regulator advises three-day 'cooling-off' period for homebuyers

VANCOUVER — The regulator for British Columbia's real estate sector has recommended that the province adopt a so-called "cooling-off" period of three business days to protect people buying a home, through legislation tabled this spring.
Court delays worry lawyer for ex-Vancouver school trustee entangled in underage sex sting

Court delays worry lawyer for ex-Vancouver school trustee entangled in underage sex sting

Former Vision Vancouver trustee Kenneth Joseph Clement is one of seven men charged in an underage sex sting.
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