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Trial set for spring of 2023 for man charged in Lynn Valley stabbing attacks

Trial set for spring of 2023 for man charged in Lynn Valley stabbing attacks

Yannick Bandaogo, 29, is charged with second-degree murder along with five counts of attempted murder and one count of aggravated assault in the attacks which happened a year ago in North Vancouver. His trial will start in May 2023.
Six more COVID-19 deaths in British Columbia, hospitalizations down

Six more COVID-19 deaths in British Columbia, hospitalizations down

VICTORIA — British Columbia is reporting six more deaths from COVID-19, for a total of 2,981 fatalities during the pandemic. The Health Ministry said Thursday that 255 people were in hospital, with 52 of them in intensive care.
Outcry grows as B.C. government agency plans widespread South Coast herbicide spray

Outcry grows as B.C. government agency plans widespread South Coast herbicide spray

The five-year Pest Management Plan, which covers Squamish to Hope, targets native hard woods and Indigenous medicines and food in efforts to increase lumber output.
Burnaby business sued in alleged counterfeit dumbbell conspiracy

Burnaby business sued in alleged counterfeit dumbbell conspiracy

Purchase of adjustable dumbbells at Brentwood Fitness Town sparks lawsuit from PowerBlock
Petition to free Sask. Saulteaux sisters gains momentum

Petition to free Sask. Saulteaux sisters gains momentum

The petition to free Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance is trending in the criminal justice category on change.org
Prince George, B.C., apologizes for taking down part of a homeless camp

Prince George, B.C., apologizes for taking down part of a homeless camp

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The City of Prince George, B.C., has apologized for the harm it caused to vulnerable people when it removed their structures from a homeless camp.
Vancouver mayoral candidate proposes putting 2030 Olympic bid to public vote

Vancouver mayoral candidate proposes putting 2030 Olympic bid to public vote

Coun. Colleen Hardwick wants city council to get a yes/no plebiscite on the October ballot.
B.C. ready to proceed with permanent repairs to flood-damaged Coquihalla Highway

B.C. ready to proceed with permanent repairs to flood-damaged Coquihalla Highway

HOPE, B.C. — The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure says it is moving ahead with permanent repairs to a key B.C. highway damaged by catastrophic flooding last November.
BCPA wants psychologists in family doctor practices in B.C.

BCPA wants psychologists in family doctor practices in B.C.

The psychologists would provide brief assessments and treatments for mental health concerns like depression anxiety, and behavioural health concerns.
Public guardian sued by woman with brain injury who lost $400K loan to Vancouver actor

Public guardian sued by woman with brain injury who lost $400K loan to Vancouver actor

The suit alleges Jordan Ninkovich told her he would invest her home's equity in the real estate market with "no risk."
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