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B.C. Jehovah's Witnesses challenge record production order in court

B.C. Jehovah's Witnesses challenge record production order in court

Two congregations argue an order to hand over former member records would be a breach of "elders' private and prayerful religious deliberations and expression."
MP warns of repeating AIDS stigma with monkeypox, as Feds announce funding

MP warns of repeating AIDS stigma with monkeypox, as Feds announce funding

Vancouver Centre member of Parliament Hedy Fry has warned about stigmatization in the battle against monkeypox, recalling the fear surrounding HIV-AIDS when she was a physician in the '80s.
B.C. couple still owes $19M despite bankruptcy, appeal court rules

B.C. couple still owes $19M despite bankruptcy, appeal court rules

Thalbinder Singh Poonian and Shailu Poonian had appealed a B.C. Supreme Court decision stating penalties stemming from fraud can't be discharged in bankruptcy proceedings.
B.C. strata pot, tobacco dispute ends in $13,000 in fines and legal fees

B.C. strata pot, tobacco dispute ends in $13,000 in fines and legal fees

A complaint said smells emanated from bathroom drains, plug outlets, the master bedroom, upstairs bedroom and the kitchen cupboards.
Charges in machete attack that seriously injured two in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Charges in machete attack that seriously injured two in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

VANCOUVER — An appeal for information about a suspect in a machete attack on two people has led to charges against a Vancouver man. Vancouver police say the 37-year-old suspect was arrested Wednesday near the city's Chinatown neighbourhood.
Assault charge laid after Vancouver police say officers were 'swarmed' by crowd

Assault charge laid after Vancouver police say officers were 'swarmed' by crowd

VANCOUVER — Police say a charge of assault with a weapon has been laid against a woman after officers in Vancouver were allegedly attacked in the same area as a tent encampment was being removed from the city's Downtown Eastside.
Climate change, health and cost of living top priorities for next B.C. budget

Climate change, health and cost of living top priorities for next B.C. budget

B.C. real estate prices dip for fourth straight month

B.C. real estate prices dip for fourth straight month

Vancouver suburbs leading decline in home sale prices, report shows, as market soon poised for negative year-over-year price adjustment
'Transformative' change possible, says Anjali Appadurai, 2nd NDP leadership candidate

'Transformative' change possible, says Anjali Appadurai, 2nd NDP leadership candidate

VICTORIA — A former federal election candidate who describes herself as a human rights and climate advocate has entered the British Columbia New Democrat leadership race.

Former B.C. New Democrat leader and B.C. member of Parliament Bob Skelly dies

VANCOUVER — Former British Columbia New Democratic Party leader Bob Skelly has died at the age of 79. In a message posted on social media, Premier John Horgan says he is saddened to hear of Skelly's death and thanks him for his years of service to B.