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B.C. Human Rights Tribunal tosses grocery store mask complaint

B.C. Human Rights Tribunal tosses grocery store mask complaint

A disability claim from a woman who was refused entry to a market without a mask and instead wore a face shield she got from her car has been dismissed
B.C. government mute on Penny Ballem pay, Bonnie Henry book

B.C. government mute on Penny Ballem pay, Bonnie Henry book

Woman in charge of province's COVID-19 vaccination campaign was paid $405,000 over nine months, provincial documents show.
Lack of powder silences Vancouver's historic Nine O'Clock Gun indefinitely

Lack of powder silences Vancouver's historic Nine O'Clock Gun indefinitely

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver parks board says the city's historic Nine O'Clock Gun is being silenced by a lack of explosive powder that's needed to fire it.
B.C., Alberta backcountry users warned of avalanche dangers

B.C., Alberta backcountry users warned of avalanche dangers

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — A special public avalanche warning has been issued for parts of British Columbia and Alberta's backcountry about the potential for triggering large avalanches.
Telus CEO says 5G deployment "a marathon not a sprint"

Telus CEO says 5G deployment "a marathon not a sprint"

VANCOUVER — As Telus Corp. accelerates investments into its 5G network, CEO Darren Entwistle expects commercialization to take time while the company focuses on developing the right product services and applications.
Three charged after police investigation nets $30M in drugs

Three charged after police investigation nets $30M in drugs

Charges have been approved against three men after a sweeping police investigation that resulted in the seizure of $30 million in drugs in 2020, including high-concentration fentanyl.
Trades worker shortage worsens through pandemic

Trades worker shortage worsens through pandemic

An estimated 64,000 additional tradespeople will be needed in B.C. over the next 10 years
Vancouver Island First Nation ready to search for unmarked graves at former school

Vancouver Island First Nation ready to search for unmarked graves at former school

PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — A Vancouver Island First Nation says it has taken the first steps toward locating possible unmarked graves at the former site of the Alberni Indian Residential School.
B.C.-wide recall of chicken nuggets due to salmonella

B.C.-wide recall of chicken nuggets due to salmonella

Check your fridge!
Lytton gets funding to help cover lost tax revenue, repair infrastructure and replace bylaws destroyed in wildfire

Lytton gets funding to help cover lost tax revenue, repair infrastructure and replace bylaws destroyed in wildfire

More money is flowing to the Village of Lytton as it tries to rebuild after the last summer's wildfire
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