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Run over on a sidewalk, North Shore man a test case in new ICBC insurance model

Run over on a sidewalk, North Shore man a test case in new ICBC insurance model

A man who was run over on a sidewalk on Vancouver's North Shore says he's finding cracks in the new 'no-fault' insurance program ICBC put into place May 1.
RCMP arrest five more people at anti-logging protest on southern Vancouver Island

RCMP arrest five more people at anti-logging protest on southern Vancouver Island

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — Remote forest areas of southern Vancouver Island were the scene of more arrests as police continue to enforce a British Columbia Supreme Court injunction against anti-logging protesters camped in the wilderness. RCMP Cpl.
Details on vaccinating youth in B.C. will be revealed Thursday

Details on vaccinating youth in B.C. will be revealed Thursday

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is preparing to vaccinate youth aged 12 to 17 and will roll out its plan shortly. Premier John Horgan is joining Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr.
Put new B.C. investment fund under freedom of information: commissioner

Put new B.C. investment fund under freedom of information: commissioner

Privacy commissioner McEvoy calls for transparency and accountability in managing $500 million
Construction to start on new Lions Gate Hospital tower

Construction to start on new Lions Gate Hospital tower

Costs have almost doubled since last year
B.C. government walks back approval of park day-pass system

B.C. government walks back approval of park day-pass system

'The system will be back,' said a spokesperson from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy. 'It’s not an if but a when.'
B.C. company fined $60K for illegally importing shark fins from threatened species

B.C. company fined $60K for illegally importing shark fins from threatened species

VANCOUVER — A trading company based in Vancouver has been fined for importing hundreds of kilograms of shark fins from a threatened species.
Watch this osprey snatch a fish on the North Vancouver waterfront (PHOTOS)

Watch this osprey snatch a fish on the North Vancouver waterfront (PHOTOS)

Gorgeous bird of prey swiftly brings death from above
Cyber insurance for smaller businesses on the rise

Cyber insurance for smaller businesses on the rise

Smaller businesses increasingly at risk as cybercrooks go downmarket
Staff managing B.C.'s forest rec sites overwhelmed, planning falling by wayside

Staff managing B.C.'s forest rec sites overwhelmed, planning falling by wayside

A special report developed by the Forest Practices Board found there has been very little in the way of planning related to recreation assets in public forests in the past 20 years.
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