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Injuries and a death leads to thousands of wall beds recalled across Canada and U.S.

Injuries and a death leads to thousands of wall beds recalled across Canada and U.S.

More than 180,000 Bestar beds were sold across the two countries. The product is prone to falling off the wall if not installed properly
More than 100,000 people moved to BC in 2021

More than 100,000 people moved to BC in 2021

Of the 100,797 newcomers to B.C. in 2021, 67,000 were immigrants
Former Mountie says researching his own code-of-conduct investigation led him to mistrust RCMP

Former Mountie says researching his own code-of-conduct investigation led him to mistrust RCMP

Filing an Access to Information and Privacy request gave this Mountie clarity
Lawyer for RCMP dog handler disputes arrestee's claims

Lawyer for RCMP dog handler disputes arrestee's claims

Aubichon accused of exaggerating injuries and making false claims during cross-examination
Sea lions feast on salmon after breaking into fish farm

Sea lions feast on salmon after breaking into fish farm

Getting the sea lions to leave has been difficult; rules prohibit some methods
‘Time is now to make our voices heard again,’ Tsleil-Waututh Sacred Trust says of TMX pipeline

‘Time is now to make our voices heard again,’ Tsleil-Waututh Sacred Trust says of TMX pipeline

The Tsleil-Waututh Sacred Trust will hold a rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery this Saturday (April 9) to pressure the government to stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project.
Metro Vancouver mayors ask province for more funding for affordable housing

Metro Vancouver mayors ask province for more funding for affordable housing

VANCOUVER — Metro Vancouver mayors are asking the provincial government for more support to provide affordable housing in the region.
B.C. makes changes to allow a single-step process for workers to unionize

B.C. makes changes to allow a single-step process for workers to unionize

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is making changes to the Labour Relations Code to allow a single-step process to certify a union when a majority of workers want to unionize.
British Columbia reports 329 people in hospital with COVID-19

British Columbia reports 329 people in hospital with COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Health Ministry says the number of people in hospital with COVID-19 has dropped by five patients to 329. The ministry says 37 of those patients were in intensive care.
Extradition hearing for retired Mexican general set for January

Extradition hearing for retired Mexican general set for January

Eduardo Trauwitz is wanted in Mexico for allegedly facilitating the theft of at least 1.87 billion litres of hydrocarbon
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