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RBCM event explores lives of B.C.'s Black pioneers

RBCM event explores lives of B.C.'s Black pioneers

You can learn about B.C.’s Black pioneers — and meet descendants of Black settlers who arrived in B.C. in 1858 — at the B.C Black History and Heritage Day at the Royal B.C. Museum today.
Flower supply chain issues prompt some B.C. buyers to look local

Flower supply chain issues prompt some B.C. buyers to look local

VANCOUVER — It was stubbornness that led a family farm on Vancouver Island to keep growing roses when competitors left the industry or shifted production to marijuana years ago.
Fake modelling agent gets jail time for sexually assaulting women in Vancouver, Surrey

Fake modelling agent gets jail time for sexually assaulting women in Vancouver, Surrey

A Pakistan-born B.C. man sentenced to two years in prison for sexual assault could face deportation and the splitting up of his family.
Another 17 COVID-19 deaths in B.C., booster dose vaccination reaches 51.5 per cent

Another 17 COVID-19 deaths in B.C., booster dose vaccination reaches 51.5 per cent

VICTORIA — Nine COVID-19 outbreaks at seniors' care homes in British Columbia have been declared over, while two more have been announced. There are 46 health-care facilities in the province with ongoing outbreaks, most of them seniors' care homes.
Lost in the B.C. woods for 74 days, Bear Henry thankful to forestry workers' rescue

Lost in the B.C. woods for 74 days, Bear Henry thankful to forestry workers' rescue

VICTORIA — Bear Henry says they survived more than 70 days stuck in a camper van on a remote Vancouver Island mountain forest road with only a few days' worth of canned beans, raw rice, cat food and melted snow.
B.C. legislature accountants' credibility questioned by Craig James' defence team

B.C. legislature accountants' credibility questioned by Craig James' defence team

Ex-clerk Craig James is on trial for breach of trust and fraud
Accused in Vancouver murder, manslaughter case wants jury trial

Accused in Vancouver murder, manslaughter case wants jury trial

Two men facing multiple charges, including murder and manslaughter in connection with a shooting death in a Vancouver Downtown Eastside hotel, will go to a preliminary inquiry and then, if merited, a jury trial
Collective bargaining begins between province and 58K unionized health-care workers in B.C.

Collective bargaining begins between province and 58K unionized health-care workers in B.C.

The current agreement expires March 31
Three Vancouver cops headed to trial following 2017 SkyTrain arrest

Three Vancouver cops headed to trial following 2017 SkyTrain arrest

Three Vancouver police officers who allegedly assaulted a man on a stop regarding bicycle safety will go on trial in December for various assault charges
B.C. provides millions for Chinese Canadian museum in Vancouver's Chinatown

B.C. provides millions for Chinese Canadian museum in Vancouver's Chinatown

VANCOUVER — The oldest building in Vancouver's Chinatown will soon become a Chinese Canadian Museum. The provincial government is providing $27.5 million for the project and real estate marketer Bob Rennie is adding another $7.
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